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[Suggestion] Scaling Panel

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  • [Suggestion] Scaling Panel

    Hi

    I'm playing around with UI for a custom game mode and would love to enlarge a section of my ui on mouseover. However, while I can transition the width and height up to a larger value I can't transition text size up. A solution for this would be to add a panel type which scales its contents to fit the size of the panel. Similar to a wpf viewbox. I'm sure this wouldn't be too hard in the background code and it would make a huge difference for what I'm doing

    MrM

  • #2
    Would this perhaps be what you want?

    https://developer.valvesoftware.com/...nsform-scale2d

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    • #3
      No not really. I've played with it and while I can reproduce some of what I want, the way it handles margins and other bits and pieces make it pretty unwieldy

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