A kivy grid layout that allows user to resize columns ad rows.
A GridLayout-like widget, that allows the user to manually change the relative
sizes of each collumn and row. If the widget is resized, the preferences will
be conserved relalively (a column resized to 10% of the total width will stay
10% of the total width). As with GridLayout, either a number column or a number
of rows must be set, if both are set, then
cols is used.
It also allows setting the order of filling through the
all the modes you could hope for are implemented:
tb-lr, top to bottom, left to right, which means the first column will be filled from top to bottom, then the second column, etc.
bt-lr: bottom to top, left to right
tb-rl: top to bottom, right to left
bt-rl, bottom to top, right to left
lr-tb: left to right, top to bottom
lr-bt: left to right, top to bottom
rl-tb: right to left, top to bottom
rl-bt: rigth to left, bottom to top
The margin between each cell can be dragged by the user, resizing the
corresponding row or column (or both, if you drag from an intersection).
min_row_height allowing to set constraints on user
interaction. On desktop, the mouse cursor is set to arrows indicating the
possibility of resizing when hovering a margin.
This layout doesn't use
properties of its children.
The module can be ran standalone and will display a basic demonstration of the layout.
Check out our contribution guide and feel free to improve the flower.
This software is released under the terms of the MIT License. Please see the LICENSE.txt file.
How to release
See the garden instructions for how to make a new release.
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