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I Have an Error Please Help

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sorry for my english

i learn vi class in my university

and i try to do property node

and i found this error

dont know how to fix it

thanks a lot

 

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The error dialog is pointing to the Height input being invalid.  What value are you trying to set it to?  I suspect you will have a similar issue with the Width input as well.


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You can't change the height of a numeric control.

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To change height: 

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This actually works, but I don't think that is what you want, right?

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Maybe it would be more interesting to know what you are actually trying to do with all this. Is there also an xcontrol involved? What problem are you trying to solve with these properties? What do you expect as a result?

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@altenbach wrote:

Maybe it would be more interesting to know what you are actually trying to do with all this. Is there also an xcontrol involved? What problem are you trying to solve with these properties? What do you expect as a result?


I also wander why they are teaching you property nodes at this stage...

 

Property nodes are useful of course, but far less important than for instance dataflow and writing clean(er) code.

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