2/22/2013 12:20:30 PM
will see into changing that height
btw, there's also a manual trick one can do that I write here for anyone interested:
if you open a .clipflair.zip with say WinZip, then you'll notice in it exists one .clipflair.zip for each component in the activity.
It's easy to see which one is which, since they have as filename the title of the component in the activity together with a GUID (a so-called Globally Unique Identifier - a statistically unique "number").
If you open the .zip for the Captions component in your case, then you can open from inside it the ClipFlair.Windows.Views.CaptionsGridView.xml file (e.g. right-click and edit with notepad) with a text editor and edit the height value manually, then press Save in your editor and close it. (UPDATED: used to call that file options.xml in the past, but calling it with the data object classname now since I added provisioning for dynamic component code loading from a component catalogue for the future)
The ZIP software you use should then tell you that the .xml file was updated and if you want to include it in the archive. If you say Yes and then close the .zip file for the captions component, then the parent zip file (for the activity) should ask you that the captions zip file
was updated and then you say again that yes you want it to be updated inside the parent zip. Then close the parent zip and you're done.
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