|author||Xavi Artigas <email@example.com>||2018-07-27 05:50:00 -0700|
|committer||apache <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2018-07-27 05:50:00 -0700|
|parent||Wiki page efl-1.21.0-beta1 changed with summary  by Stefan Schmidt (diff)|
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## Step 5: Adding some Formatting to your Widgets ##
-The layout of your window is slightly skewed. In this section you'll learn how to change the space assigned by default to each widget to make your app look better. You''ll also discover how to change the alignment of the text in the text box.
+The layout of your window is slightly skewed. In this section you'll learn how to change the space assigned by default to each widget to make your app look better. You'll also discover how to change the alignment of the text in the text box.
To change how much relative space each widget takes up, you use *weight hinting*: in other words you can assign a how much proportional space each widget should take up relative to each other and the overall space available in the container. For example you can add an ``efl_gfx_size_hint_weight_set()`` function to your text box and button like so: