Scaled components are uneditable

There is always a challenge what to do with the components that are scaled to a small size. As you can see from the screenshot you can still edit them when they are small (unless it has no point even with magnifying glass). Fortunatelly you can edit the components in other "state" when they are scaled to "normal" size. It creates nice effect when switching between the pages. And all the effects were set up in the UI (no code).


There is something in the green box on right bottom.
It synchronizes the selection even in Navigator (as shown by arrow).



Components in full size in different state.
Notice the small orange box. Those are the User and Tag textfields.


How it looks when the application runs?

Comments:

Can I use primitives to build my own UI elements?

Also it looks like your padding went very wrong when you placed your elements.

Will you have a 'timeline' for animation?

Posted by tiger on November 15, 2009 at 02:07 PM CET #

so true, even everyday mundane activities are always accompanied with different challenges

Posted by drywall repairs calgary on November 24, 2009 at 09:55 PM CET #

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