Re: #80127 Rubberbanding issues

On 5/19/06, mortenw gnome org <mortenw gnome org> wrote:

> The traditional answer to this request is: a treeview is not a table.

Oh, it isn't?  Then it must be high time to undeprecate gtkclist.
Otherwise there is a big hole in gtk's widget coverage.

Seriously, the treeview has been touted as gtk's replacement for all
things tabular and when no expanders are in sight, the user will see
it as a table.

Take a look at one!  For example the one in the default filechooser.
It clearly has columns and rows.  How much more like a table can it

It could have rectangular selection, and treat rows and columns symmetrically.
But it doesn't do that, since it is not a table.


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