Long story short, I need to get the
FloatingXSize property from a
When I try to run the code below,
local Info = DockWidgetPluginGuiInfo.new(
local DefaultWidth = Info.FloatingXSize
I run into an error at line 11 (
local DefaultWidth = Info.FloatingXSize).
Both the autocomplete and documentation point to this being possible, yet, for some reason, it isn’t.
I’ve already tried to see if
FloatingXSize can be assigned to a
DockWidgetPuginGuiInfo object to check if that’s what the autocomplete thinks i’m trying to do, but I get another error.
If you read the documentation it doesn’t show “FloatingXSize”
Unfortunately, this does not work either.
Not sure if you are still having this issue but one way to work around this is by creating a frame inside of the widget with the UDim2 size of (1,0,1,0) and just getting the AbsoluteSize of that instead.
Widgets have a AbsoluteSize property so many try that as well.
I gave up on trying and made my own module for constructing widgets which gave me more control over what I could access/do.
I initially looked into getting the
AbsoluteSize of the Widget or Frame parented to the Widget, but due to my widget’s default
Enabled state of
false, it would not work. When a Widget is first created, its
AbsoluteSize property remains
0, 0 until it is enabled. I always set the scaling of the background frame to
1, 0, 1, 0 so my UI scales nicely but it also means the frame’s
AbsoluteSize will also be