I have a generic view for setting set points, which also shows recent changes to those set points, shown in a popup.
I have a popup when called with particular parameters, allows you to change set points and also shows your recent changes to those setpoints:
However, I can’t manage to make the size dynamic based on the content. Sometimes there may just be two set points, sometimes 5 or 6.
It’s constrained by the
max-height css property of the
div. Removing this rule fixes my issue.
If I enable the “resizeable” property of the popup, when it’s resized, that css property is removed but it’s constrained with other rules.
I’ve tried to give the view a
max-height style, but it’s overwritten by the calculated one.
So it appears that Perspective popups are of a fixed size, or manually resizeable. I’d like to be able to have them a little more dynamic in size to make them a little more reusable.
I wonder whether Change perspective popup size after it is opened could also benefit from this change? I.e. fixed size, then changing the
max-width property to allow it to expand.
Note, I have thought of some other solutions, however, this is designed to be used on mobile, so I’d prefer to keep to a single popup and just adding some more vertical scroll.