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lhutchersonCurious why the default is not detailed.
such as;
<ColumnDefinition></ColumnDefinition>Thu, 07 Apr 2011 02:26:29 -0700
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pi patel...would receive twice the available space? How would that work, exactly?Experiment suggests this is the case:
n* notation specifies a length in terms of that left unallocated by 'auto' and explicit sizing. If 'n' is unspecified, it is taken to be one.
Suppose N lengths are specified using n* notation, and the n's have the values n1, n2, ...nN. Then the unallocated length U is divided into S = n1 + n2...+ nN units. The item whose width is n1 gets n1 units, and so on. Nobody gets twice S.
Equivalently, the item whose length is ni gets the fraction ni/S of U.Wed, 22 Dec 2010 20:28:19 -0800