[Glade-devel] WAS: [Glade-users] one aspect of code generation we must keep in the no-code-generation version

On Fri, 5 Nov 2004 22:16:48 -0800, Christopher Cramer

<crayc greatjustice org> wrote:
On Fri, Nov 05, 2004 at 06:00:58PM -0700, Neil Zanella wrote:
There is one advantage of code generation which I really miss. It has
nothing to do with code generation itself though. It has to do with the
fact that I have so many widgets, and I keep forgetting exactly what I
have named them, so while I write the backend for my glade code I keep
having to reopen the glade file and have to constantly go back and click
just to find that name.

I just keep Glade open and switch between it and the source code while I'm
coding. No different for me than having to look at the GTK+ documentation
all the time.

Well, my glade windows occupy a lot of screen estate. If nobody minds
I am going to add a menu invoked by right clicking on the dockable toolbar.
That menu will have a togglable show all/hide all option. That way it's much
simpler to just show/hide windows without having to quit glade, and I will
also add options to hide/show individual glade windows. Is this OK with
everyone. Right now right clicking on the dockable toolbar
does absolutely nothing so that should be OK right?



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