Presentation styles changes

Modifications to consider when using presentation styles.

scaleIcon supports nnpx

Starting with GBC 4.01.00, the scaleIcon attribute value can be defined with "px" unit, to specify a number of pixels.

For more details, see scaleIcon.

New Window.topmenuDesktopRendering and Window.topmenuMobileRendering style attributes

Starting with GBC 4.01.05, the topmenuDesktopRendering and topmenuMobileRendering style attributes for Window objects can be used to control the rendering of topmenus.

For more details, see topmenuDesktopRendering and topmenuMobileRendering style attributes reference page, and Understanding topmenus.

defaultTTFColor applies to any type of form element

Starting with GBC 4.01.06, the defaultTTFColor style attribute becomes a common style attribute that can be specified for any kind of form elements. Before GBC 4.01.06, the defaultTTFColor style attribute could only be specified for the Window element.

For more details, see defaultTTFColor.

New defaults for navigationDots and navigationArrows

Starting with GBC 4.01.08, the defaults for navigationDots / navigationArrows style attributes for HBOX and VBOX no longer depend on the front-end platform type (desktop vs mobile), nor do they depend on the use of NOSWIPE attribute.

For more details, see HBox style attributes, VBox style attributes.

resizeFillsEmptySpace attribute is again supported

Starting with GBC 4.01.10, the resizeFillsEmptySpace attribute – which had been desupported in version 4.00 – is once again supported for TABLE and TREE.

See table.resizeFillsEmptySpace, tree.resizeFillsEmptySpace.

Deprecated style attributes

The following style attributes are deprecated:
  • No deprecated style attributes in this version.

Desupported style attributes

The following style attributes are desupported:
  • No desupported style attributes in this version.

Changes in earlier versions

Make sure to check the upgrade notes of earlier versions, to not miss changes introduced in maintenance releases. For more details, see Presentation style changes in BDL 4.00.