1. Aart Onkenhout
  2. PowerBuilder Beta
  3. Friday, 14 February 2020

Hi,

 

I wondered if it's possible to change the width or height of a scrollbar by a setting in the theme.json file. I found this in the json:

    "vscrollbar":
    {
        "drawing":true,
        "groove":
        {
            "width":14,....

 

but changing the number by the atrribute 'width' doesn't change anything. Is it possible?

 

Regards,

Aart

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Hi Aart,

This is supported. You can find my test result of PB 2019 R2 Beta Build 2279 from the screenshot (the width of vscrollbar can be modified to a smaller value).  Please make sure your theme.json file has been correctly modified.

If the issue still exists, I suggest you submit a bug in the Appeon Support system (https://www.appeon.com/standardsupport/newbug) with a small test case including PBL and the modified theme.json file so that the Appeon engineer can better analyze it.

 

Regards,

Ken

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Hi Ken,



Thank you. I've got it working now, but I had to uncheck the 'HSplitScroll' property.



Regards,

Aart
  1. Aart Onkenhout
  2. Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Hi Art;

This would only be a workaround. I would suggest that you open a Support Ticket to have the Theme feature support Split Horizontal Scroll Bars. I know lots of PB Apps that use that "HSplitScroll" feature.

Regards ... Chris
  1. Chris Pollach @Appeon
  2. Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Hi Art,



Thank you very much for telling us that you have found out the root cause of it.

I will submit the issue which relates to the HSplitScroll property to the Appeon development team.



Regards,

Ken

  1. Ken Guo @Appeon
  2. Wednesday, 19 February 2020
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Hi Ken,

I'm using PB2019 R2 Beta 2279. I found out that groove isn't the width or height I like to change, I like to make the scrollbars look thinner, as shown in the attached image. Is that possible?

Regards,

Aart

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  1. Monday, 17 February 2020
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Hi Aart

 

The function you mentioned is supported by PB. What PB version are you using now?

I suggest you use PB 2019 R2 Beta 2279 and see if it works.

 

Regards,

Ken

 

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