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    flexible height

    Hello friends, I have the following questions:

    I have a frame that you can have 10, 20 or 30 objects, all arranged vertically (as in a list)

    quantity is obtained by a method get a response from a web server.

    if I put a typical height of the frame at 800px, and each object measured 80px high, works well when they are 10, but not when they are 20 or 30.

    you can change the height of the frame when running, that is if I get 30 objects, make it something of 2400px.

    thanks for any help

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    I think I tried this before using the Window Control object, Android doesn't respond to changing the window height at runtime. Use scaling; Action > Active Object > Scale (i.e. If the number of objects is 20, set the scale to 0.5)

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