RadSplitter fullscreen problem after postback

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  1. David
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    Sep 2012

    Posted 03 Oct 2012 Link to this post

    Hi there!

    I am trying to use the RadSplitter with its Width and Height properties at 100% to have a full screen layout in the browser.
    Before you think about this : Yes, I have read all the possible answer on this subject (the 100% on each container.) Please read further

    My layout is composed of an horizontal Splitter (header, content, footer), with both header and footer having fixed sizes
    and a nested vertical splitter in the content, having a sliding pane on each side and a main content pane in the middle.

    I've come to setup the layout at 100% percent and everything works fine... until I make a single-classic-ASP.Net postback (synchronous).

    After the postback, the Splitter takes (100% + scrollbar size) in both horizontal and vertical, and thus makes window's scrollbars to appear.
    I can set the overflow:hidden on body to make them disappear, but my header and footer are still overflowing on the right and bottom, hiding some of my right aligned content.... Sad world. :(

    Anyone already had this issue ? is it a bug ? am I too stupid to use a RadSplitter ?
  2. David
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    Member since:
    Sep 2012

    Posted 03 Oct 2012 Link to this post

    I figured it out finally... for the records :

    Do not set a css-padding directly on your radpane...............
    use a nested div instead.. otherwise the thing (-that process the whole size-stuff) seems to not been able to compute the right size
    maybe a littre js bug to fix in next versions.

    details available if needed
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