Using Layouts with different UI elements#

This example shows how to place different UI elements in different Layouts. The Layouts used here is GridLayout (with different cell shapes).

First, some imports.

from fury import ui, window
from fury.layout import GridLayout

We create some panels and then we arrange them in a grid fashion

First, we create some panels with different sizes/positions

panel_1 = ui.Panel2D(size=(200, 200), color=(0.4, 0.6, 0.3), position=(100, 100))

panel_2 = ui.Panel2D(size=(250, 250), color=(0.8, 0.3, 0.5), position=(150, 150))

Now we create two listboxes

listbox_1 = ui.ListBox2D(size=(150, 150), values=['First', 'Second', 'Third'])

listbox_2 = ui.ListBox2D(size=(250, 250), values=['First', 'Second', 'Third'])

Now we create two different UI i.e. a slider and a listbox

slider = ui.LineSlider2D(length=150)
listbox = ui.ListBox2D(size=(150, 150), values=['First', 'Second', 'Third'])

Now, we create grids with different shapes

rect_grid = GridLayout(position_offset=(0, 0, 0))
square_grid = GridLayout(cell_shape='square', position_offset=(0, 300, 0))
diagonal_grid = GridLayout(cell_shape='diagonal', position_offset=(0, 600, 0))

Applying the grid to the ui elements

rect_grid.apply([panel_1, panel_2])
square_grid.apply([listbox_1, listbox_2])
diagonal_grid.apply([slider, listbox])

current_size = (1500, 1500)
show_manager = window.ShowManager(size=current_size, title='FURY UI Layout')

show_manager.scene.add(panel_1, panel_2, listbox_1, listbox_2, slider, listbox)

# To interact with the UI, set interactive = True
interactive = False

if interactive:

window.record(show_manager.scene, out_path='ui_layout.png', size=(400, 400))
viz layout

Total running time of the script: (0 minutes 0.059 seconds)

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