Re: gtk_widget_show() not showing window


I am not sure if you got an answer, so here is my expectation - am I am
no expert.  
GTK _show/_hide api have an impact on the expose or painting function of
gtk widgets.  This effect is a consolidation of area needing repaint as
a result of many factors.  Thus a _show_all. _hide, and _show should be
netted to the effect of a single  gtk_widget_show(); unless there is an
opportunity to process the gtk_main() loop in between calls; and I
didn't see that.
Is this your experience?


On Tue, 2007-08-28 at 06:58 +0000, G. Paul Ziemba wrote:

On Mon, 2007-08-27 at 19:00 +0000, G. Paul Ziemba wrote:


skoona verizon net (James Scott Jr) writes:

Try this instead.  The gtk_widget_show_all() then gtk_widget_hide() then
gtk_widget_show() is the cause of your problem; unless you were thinking
the window should blink once before appearing.


Thank you for your suggestion - I must apologize because
I should have mentioned (but forgot) in my original post that I
am actually trying/helping to debug a problem in a larger piece 
of software (

This test program is a minimal set of code that demonstrates
the problem. My real question is, should the show_all/hide/show
sequence work?



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