I put this in my ScreenGraph XML document: <ButtonGrouplayoutDirection = "vert" addItemSpacingAfterChild = "false" horizAlignment = "left"> <Button id = "button1" text = "Red"/> <Button id = "Button2" text = "Green"/> <Button id = "Button3" text = "Blue"/> </ButtonGroup>[/size][/color] It displays as: * Red * Green * Blue This looks like a HTML bulleted list. I am looking for the almost default looking grey/black lettering selection buttons with the white square on the right side. Is this the right widget? Can't believe something so simple causing so much pain, so I am asking for help
Thanks for the reply. I wanted to use that type button because i thought it was a standard or best practice. In looking, it seems that is not the case. Although the wrong colors, the closest pic I could find to what I was looking for is attached.
Yeah you cannot do that old SDKA behavior anymore in scene graph. That had the button left or button right. You could make your buttons align to either side. Now you can just build a label list and align however you want. Or even the check list or radio button list. You can then justify the button however you want.
Plus.. those old SDKA buttons with the useless box on the right was just it's poor implementation of a bullet list with the bullets and text right justified. That is ugly isn't it? That isn't modern. That isn't forward looking. It arcs to by-gone era of yesterday. I think Roku wants users to abandon those old ugly templates. Not try to "reimagine" them in scene graph and remember them with nostalgia. Not much nostalgia left for those old screens. They look dated and deserved to be retired.
RokuKC - Thanks - You are correct, LabelList is what I ended up going with
speechles - I think the "ugly button with the useless box on the right" is what I was actually looking for all this time. Only because I have seen it in so many Roku apps as an end user. Makes sense that I could not find it in the documentation as it was left in the old SDK.
Thanks for your help. I ended up with three LabelLists inside a LayoutGroup. All works well.