using an arbitrary widget in a CLIST?
- From: Mark Galassi <rosalia cygnus com>
- To: GNOME discussion list <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: using an arbitrary widget in a CLIST?
- Date: Sat, 31 Oct 1998 15:48:43 -0700 (MST)
Dudes, the gtk manual introduces CLISTS and says that they can take a
widget as a list element, not just text strings and pixmaps. The
blurb from the manual is below.
But I have looked through the manual an the source and (so far) not
found any way to put anything except for text and pixmaps in a clist
There is a call gtk_clist_set_column_widget(), but it claims to put a
widget in the column title, not in an ordinary List entry. The only
other calls that seem to set a cell are gtk_clist_set_text() and
gtk_clist_set_pixmap(), as well as the gtk_clist_insert_*() calls,
but they all take char * arguments, not widgets.
Am I missing something? Has anyone used this?
The compound list widget
A list of rows of columns, with a title row. You can insert rows,
and delete rows. The user can scroll around and select a row. Derived
from *note GtkContainer::.. Cells can be empty, have a text and/or
pixmap, or be a widget.
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