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Changes the dimensions of a widget found in a Dashboard control. This widget is already configured or displayed.
Reminder: A widget corresponds to:
    Example
    // Places the widget #1 on two columns to display the details
    DASH_MyDashboard.ResizeWidget(1, 2, 1)
    STC_Details..Visible = True
    Syntax

    Resizing a wigdet identified by its subscript Hide the details

    <Dashboard control>.ResizeWidget(<Widget subscript> , <Width> , <Height> [, <Options>])
    <Dashboard control>: Control name
    Name of Dashboard control to use.
    <Widget subscript>: Integer
    Subscript of widget to use. This subscript corresponds to:
    • the addition number of the widget defined in the window editor or in the page editor.
    • the addition number of widget returned by <Dashboard>.AddWidget.
    <Width>: Integer
    Width of widget in number of cells or in pixels. The minimum size corresponds to a cell. The value in pixels is rounded to correspond to an integer number of cells.
    <Height>: Integer
    Height of the widget in number of cells or in pixels. The minimum size corresponds to a cell. The value in pixels is rounded to correspond to an integer number of cells.
    <Options>: Optional Integer constant
    Allows you to define the unit used and the reorganization mode:
    dashNoReorganizationResizes the widget without reorganizing the adjacent widgets.
    Caution: Using the dashNoReorganization constant may produce an incorrect display (with overlapping widgets). When using this constant, it is important to entirely reorganize the Dashboard control with <Dashboard>.ResizeWidget and <Dashboard>.MoveWidget.
    dashUnitCell
    (Default value)
    The unit used for the widget size is a number of cells.
    dashUnitPixelThe unit used for the widget size is the pixel.
    Remarks

    Rule used for calculating cells

    Let's see some examples for a widget whose size is equal to 100 px by 100 px with a margin set to 10 px:
    DASH_TimeZones.ResizeWidget(1, 80, 80, dashUnitPixel)
    // the widget will be set to 1 x 1
     
    DASH_TimeZones.ResizeWidget(1, 200, 200, dashUnitPixel)
    // the widget will be set to 2 x 2
     
    DASH_TimeZones.ResizeWidget(1, 201, 201, dashUnitPixel)
    // the widget will be set to 3 x 3
     
    DASH_TimeZones.ResizeWidget(1, 400, 500, dashUnitPixel)
    // the widget will be set to 4 x 5
    Component : wd250obj.dll
    Minimum version required
    • Version 23
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