API Proposal: RT-10376 - Add maximize property to Stage

Radko Najman radko.najman at oracle.com
Fri Jan 18 05:22:35 PST 2013

I will check if it is documented or not. In case it is not documented I 
will do it as a part of this proposed change.


On 01/17/2013 09:27 PM, Tom Schindl wrote:
> But where is this documented? Could find it.
> Tom
> Am 17.01.13 21:00, schrieb Radko Najman:
>> It works as it was described in all three cases. The order of importance
>> (from strongest to weakest) is iconified, fullscreen, maximized.
>> If you set some state to true and then to false, the state is set back
>> to the state in which it was before.
>> Radko
>> On 01/16/2013 11:47 AM, Tom Schindl wrote:
>>> Isn't the same true for iconified as well. Say I was in maximized and
>>> the set iconified true and then false? - Something the user can do using
>>> the trim buttons as well.
>>> Tom
>>> Am 16.01.13 11:16, schrieb Daniel Zwolenski:
>>>> I kind of feel that full screen is out on its own a bit. If I
>>>> setFullScreen true then false, I'd expect to be back to the same
>>>> state I was in before.
>>>> Not overly fussed though.
>>>> On 16/01/2013, at 9:09 PM, Werner Lehmann
>>>> <lehmann at media-interactive.de> wrote:
>>>>> If they all are mutually exclusive this sounds like a job for an
>>>>> enumeration property instead of several booleans...
>>>>> On 16.01.2013 09:03, Tom Schindl wrote:
>>>>>> When I set maximized to true and fullScreen to true who will win? Same
>>>>>> goes for other combinations.
>>>>>> I guess it should be document which one is the strongest one. My guess
>>>>>> of order of important (strongest to weakest): iconified, fullscreen,
>>>>>> maximized.

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