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modules/javafx.graphics/src/main/java/javafx/scene/layout/VBox.java

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*** 48,58 **** import javafx.css.Styleable; import javafx.util.Callback; /** * VBox lays out its children in a single vertical column. ! * If the vbox has a border and/or padding set, then the contents will be layed * out within those insets. * <p> * VBox example: * <pre>{@code * VBox vbox = new VBox(8); // spacing = 8 --- 48,58 ---- import javafx.css.Styleable; import javafx.util.Callback; /** * VBox lays out its children in a single vertical column. ! * If the vbox has a border and/or padding set, then the contents will be laid * out within those insets. * <p> * VBox example: * <pre>{@code * VBox vbox = new VBox(8); // spacing = 8
*** 107,117 **** * <b>vbox.setPrefWidth(400);</b> * </code></pre> * Applications may restore the computed values by setting these properties back * to USE_COMPUTED_SIZE. * <p> ! * VBox does not clip its content by default, so it is possible that childrens' * bounds may extend outside its own bounds if a child's min size prevents it from * being fit within the vbox.</p> * * <h3>Optional Layout Constraints</h3> * --- 107,117 ---- * <b>vbox.setPrefWidth(400);</b> * </code></pre> * Applications may restore the computed values by setting these properties back * to USE_COMPUTED_SIZE. * <p> ! * VBox does not clip its content by default, so it is possible that children's * bounds may extend outside its own bounds if a child's min size prevents it from * being fit within the vbox.</p> * * <h3>Optional Layout Constraints</h3> *
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