|Panel width||Panel width (in pixels).|
|Panel height||Panel height (in pixels).|
|Extend subobjects||By this button it is possible to do a continuous extension of the panel area size (position and size of all Pmg objects) in order to make all Pmg objects to fit into the entered panel size.|
|Display resolution||The information regarding resolution of the display that is currently being used. The value je in the form "width x height" (in pixels).|
|Control enabled||If checked, then actions over the Pmg object as for example mouse clicking, editing, etc. are functional (default).
If not checked, then the object (and its subobjects) does not get the focus and the events will not be triggered for example: onFocusIn, onFocusOut, onKeyPress, onMousePress, onMenuFill, onButtonUp ...
This configurator sets the initial value of the Enabled property.
|Pmg object parameters||List and configuration of user defined object parameters.
This is a text in the KeyVal format. These parameters can be modified when the panel is opened (contrary to the parameters in other Pmg objects). Then, after the panel is open, these parameters are static and cannot be modified. The parameter values of panels that are being open can be entered in two ways:
- while calling the OpenView method in the sParams parameter or
- in the "PmaPanel > Panel > sViewPars default value" configurator.
|Panel background image||If checked, then the background image is enabled. The background of a panel does not have to be only single-color area, an image can be used instead, for example an operational scheme.|
|Edit||The button opens a configuration window for editing the PmgRasterImage object that will be used as panel background. The button is displayed only if the background image is enabled.|
|Background color of the panel||This configurator sets the initial value of the BgColor property.|
|Focus frame color||This configurator sets the initial value of the FocusColor property.|
|Show grid||If checked, then the grid will be displayed in the development environment of the panel. The grid configurators affect only in the development environment. These are not used in the runtime mode.
The grid (or raster) can be rendered in the panel. This grid (if turned on) allows to place the Pmg objects on the desktop easily by sticking the edges to the grid intersection points thus aligning them. If the grid is visible, then the editor would not allow the user to place or resize an object arbitrary not respecting the grid intersections - the Pmg object sticks. (this is not true for Pmg objects embedded into other Pmg objects).
The grit can also be set in the toolbar in the "(Raster)" item.
|Raster color||Grid color|
|Raster size||Distance between lines (in pixels).|