I'll add it here for better visibility in case anybody else stumbles across this thread.
Indeed, setting a height to the TileLayout big enough will allow resizing on the bottom tiles. However, this will force the whole widget to have a fixed height and tiles will be limited within it.
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Posted on:28 May 2021 15:11
Sorry, I just rechecked my code and it seems it is possible when height is provided. However, setting the height had some unwanted results. So I commented the height out.
When height is set, the last row is allowed to be resized. But when resizing other elements, the total "rows" just keeps increasing, and consequently decreasing the rowsHeight of elements.
Posted on:28 May 2021 14:54
It's been almost a year. Is there any fix?
I understand why elements should be kept within the content. Setting the width and height of the content seems appropriate. So the width works, but the height doesn't. Meaning the elements have not reached the maximum height set in the configuration. So shouldn't the last row still be allowed to be increased up to the point where the element reaches the boundary of the content height?
Posted on:09 Jun 2020 12:59
Thank you for your feedback.
The current implementation of the TileLayout restricts the user from resizing elements from the last row in a downward direction, as well as elements in the last column to the right.
The TileLayout is a new component and this behavior as well as other use cases and new features are subject to discussion and improvement. So this behavior will be reviewed by our team and if it gets popularity it may be changed.
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