[Glade-users] would like a stock button without the text (GtkButton), or a stock GtkToolButton that gets button-pressed-event

Thanks Gergely for your suggestion.

But how would i do that entirely in glade, and using only stock images?

TIA for any info.


On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 1:04 AM, Gergely Polonkai <gergely at polonkai.eu>


how about you create a simple button, and add an image inside? Buttons are
containers, you can put anything inside (even a button, but that doesn?t
make much sense).


Gergely Polonkai
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2016-06-24 7:49 GMT+02:00 Dan Hitt <dan.hitt at gmail.com>:

I would like to have a widget, created in glade, that acts like a
button in that it gets button-press-event, and has a stock image, but
does not have any text label.

A GtkToolButton almost fits the bill, in that it has an image but no text.

However, if you put signal handlers on a GtkToolButton, you can see
when it is clicked, or gets a button-released-event, but the
button-pressed-events are unreliable.   In my setup, they only show up
for double clicks.

On the other hand a GtkButton certainly does get button-pressed-event
and button-released-event, but if it's a stock button, there does not
seem to be a way to tell it to just not show any text.

I would like to do this entirely in glade, without writing any code,
and using only standard images.

Is this possible?

I'm using xubuntu 16.04, and the glade which comes with it which is

Thanks in advance for any clues, and i can provide more details if i'm
leaving something out here.

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