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- Tim Streater
July 29, 2012, 10:15 pm
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by doing so alter the overall window width too. The user may also do
this by hand.
I have the impression that, as long as I do *not* adjust the frame's
innerWidth, then reading the frame's innerWidth later gives me a value
that reflects the frame's actual width. So if the user manually makes
the frame narrower, I would get a smaller innerWidth value.
say), thereby making the frame narrower, then X is always what I'll get
back when reading innerWidth, even if the user manually resizes the
frame, making it wider or narrower.
Is this expected behaviour for innerWidth? Would I be better off using
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