Re: signals of a GtkWindow
- From: Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com>
- To: Ludovic Larue <ludovic larue1 mageos com>
- Cc: gtk-app-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: signals of a GtkWindow
- Date: 27 Feb 2001 15:21:13 -0500
Ludovic Larue <ludovic larue1 mageos com> writes:
Can someone tell me what signals are emitted when i click on the
'kill' button that is in the titlebar of a toplevel window ?
I would like to have a popup window raised when i click on this
button, that window would ask me the classical "save", with three
buttons 'Yes', 'No' and 'cancel'.
I currently use the destroy signal (as in the simple examples in the
tutorial), but the main window disappears before the popup window is
shown. I read in the reference that user defined callbacks are always
called after default callbacks.
Is there a solution ?
I have another question, about the "full screen" button. What signal
does it emit ? Because I would like my window to be full screen when
The delete_event signal corresponds to the "X" button on most window
If your WM has two options, "Close" and "Kill", the "Kill" means "kill
the app even if the app doesn't want to die", and there is no way to
recover from it. You can only recover from the delete_event.
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