It doesn't suggest a fix, it only shows you where the anchors are wrong. It is not really possible to make a good suggestion as there are many cases where it it doesn't know what the developer actually wants. It only knows that the anchors are wrong.button to apply the suggestions provided by the checking would be useful
If it knows where they are wrong, it also knows how they should be set, or not?It only knows that the anchors are wrong
Zooming is not same as Resizing.It would be better if you were to see it in the designer when zooming in or out of the layout.
Not really.If it knows where they are wrong, it also knows how they should be set, or not?
Fair enough, then. Especially given your tag line: my English is getting better now. Your English is heaps better than my German ;-)I know, but that's the Google translation.
Yes, we need it in B4A, if possible, somehow.It would be a cool if there was a way like this to test the designer scripts and activity code positioning in B4A in real-time.
Yes, we need it in B4A, if possible, somehow.
That does indeed do a lot of what was wished for, if Designer is in script mode.* I still like the idea of (also) being able to change the prospective width and height by dragging the bottom right corner about, as an alternative to choosing from the pulldown menu. Seeing the views resize dynamically will give a better understanding of how the scaling works, and highlight which views are not scaling as expected/intended/planned(/hoped).The abstract designer allows you to see how the views positions and sizes will change based on various screen sizes.
Actually no. You don't need to enter script mode to see how the anchors affect the layout.if Designer is in script mode.*
Agreed re: anchors, but needed re: preview scaling.Actually no. You don't need to enter script mode to see how the anchors affect the layout.