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adam asked on 09 Apr 2008, 05:44 PM
How can I get back the Width of a RadPane in Percent after a postback?

I am creating the Splitters and Panes dynamically, and on the creation of the Panes, I am specifying their widths in percentages. I have a postback LinkButton that will persist the state of the splitters and panes - but when I access the Width of the panes, they are all specified in pixels -- not percentages.

I checked with firebug, and the width in pixels that is being returned matches the width of the pane in the browser, but I want the width to be in percent not pixels.

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Adam

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Svetlina Anati
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answered on 16 Apr 2008, 08:48 AM
Hello Adam,

You can take the initially pre-set sizes of RadSplitter and RadPane's controls but if you change them and want to take the new set values you should use a formula which calculates them, based on the pixels sizes.

As to taking the initial size settings in percentages:
  1. RadSplitter has the following two properties:
   var splitter = $find("<%=RadSplitter1.ClientID %>");  
   alert(splitter._originalWidth);  
   alert(splitter._originalHeight); 

    2.   RadPane can change only one of its sizes - if it is in a horizontal RadSplitter, its width is a constant and is equal to the RadSplitter's width and only its height is variable. When you have a vertical RadSplitter the height is a constant and the width is a variable. This being said you need to take only this variable size and it can be taken with the following method:

var pane =  $find("<%=RadPane1.ClientID %>");  
alert(pane._getOrigVarSize()); 


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Svetlina
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