#106 ✓resolved
Daniel Kennett

CPSplitView indents its subviews by frame.origin

Reported by Daniel Kennett | October 13th, 2008 @ 06:36 AM | in 0.6

When placing a CPSplitView in a window, all subviews added to it gets indented by the value of the SplitView's origin.x, and the first subview gets indented by origin.y.

Here's the code that sets up the splitView. topView and bottomView are CPTextField instances. Attached is a screenshot of what happens.

var splitView = [[CPSplitView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(250,0, CPRectGetWidth([contentView frame]) - 250, CPRectGetHeight([contentView frame]))];

[splitView setAutoresizingMask:CPViewHeightSizable | CPViewWidthSizable];

[splitView setVertical:NO];

[splitView addSubview:topView];
[splitView addSubview:bottomView];

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