Hopfeully someone has run into this design problem before and can provide some helpful insight. Here’s what I’m trying to do. I’m using the Flow Layout control to draw several images that are all different shapes and sizes. I’m looking for a way to lay these out tightly, meaning, layout so that two smaller images may stack vertically next to a larger, taller image.
As of now, the flow layout appears to be assuming a single row of images per “row” which causes the layout to spread wide apart with lots of whitespace with these smaller images meged with larger images. What I’m looking for is a way to tightly layout my multiple images so that there could be multiple images per row stacked on top of each other if they fit.
Any suggestions on how to accomplish this? I suspect I’ll need to add multiple flows to the primary view, but that seems like it would introduce a host of other layout issues as well.
Another option may be to subclass the Flow Layout control, however, I’m not sure where to start with that. Maybe someone from Shinobi can chime in and provide some guidance if this is even possible to achieve with this control element.
Anyone run up against this and how did you solve it?