Re: Pane or Panel ?

Subject: Re: Pane or Panel ?
From: Linda Sherman <linsherm -at- GTE -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 1998 15:29:33 -0500

Matthew DONOVAN wrote:
>
> I have been asked to provide a definition of "pane" and "panel" to see
> which best suits the areas of the program.

> Is there a *fundamental* difference between the two?

Yes, but keep in mind that both terms are so widely abused and misused
that it is unlikely your readership will appreciate your attempts at
accuracy.

A pane is a (usually) independently scrollable subsection of a window.
It's what you get, for example, if you drag the splitter bar in a Word
window.

A panel is an object that is used to group controls and other objects.
It is often but not always dragable, occasionally resizable or
scrollable. Most toolbars, for example, consist of a panel with buttons.
Panels may or may not have a visible border.

L.
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Linda K. Sherman <linsherm -at- gte -dot- net>
Freelance Writer: Technical - Business - Government


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