AbsoluteLayout.LayoutChildren(Double, Double, Double, Double) Method

Definition

Positions and sizes the children of an AbsoluteLayout.

protected override void LayoutChildren (double x, double y, double width, double height);
override this.LayoutChildren : double * double * double * double -> unit

Parameters

x
Double

The X coordinate of the region that contains the child elements and that is used to calulate proportional values.

y
Double

The Y coordinate of the region that contains the child elements and that is used to calulate proportional values.

width
Double

The width of the the region that contains the child elements and that is used to calulate proportional values.

height
Double

The height of the region that contains the child elements and that is used to calulate proportional values.

Remarks

Application developers can override LayoutChildren(Double, Double, Double, Double) to change the default behavior of AbsoluteLayout. When doing so, it is recommended to call the base LayoutChildren(Double, Double, Double, Double) method and then modify the dimensions and locations of the children directly.

Applies to