[Glade-devel] Re-ordering the glade-3 palette

On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 12:54, Paolo Borelli wrote:
On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 10:56 -0500, John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
On that note how about letting the palette flow like the gimp palette? 
I haven't used glade-3 in awhile so I'm not sure if it does this but
glade-2's palette is fixed.

What do you mean?
If you mean that the palette is marked like a tool window and it stays
always on top, yes it does. As a matter of fact it did before than
galde-2 :)

No, no :-) The widget layout in Glade is a n x m grid which is fixed.  I
can resize the window but the widgets stay in the n x m grid.  In the
new gimp tool palette when you stretch the dialog the widgets flow (like
word wrapping in a text editor).  If I stretch the dialog long enough I
can have all the tool widgets on one row.  If I do it the otherway they
can be in one column.  If I make it a square the tools show up in an n x
n grid configuration.  And so on.  I'm just thinking in the case someone
wants their IDE to be in a more Borland C++Builder interface where the
widgets are at the top as a tabbed toolbar as opposed to the current VB
layout Glade has.  It is also nicer since a user can adjust the palette
to match their spacial needs.


If you mean something else, can you clarify? (keep in mind a don't have
a gimp2 build at hand)


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