Re: Bug with custom cell renderers in gtk-2.10.x

Murray Cumming skrev:
On Fri, 2006-10-20 at 09:10 +1000, Daniel Kasak wrote:
Hi all.

I'm using custom cell renderers, and have noticed that after upgrading to any version of gtk-2.10.x, I'm getting problems with the vertical size allocated for my editables - the 1st time I go to edit data in a cell, the editable is *very* short, and in the middle of the cell. Any subsequent edits produce a properly sized editable. I've reported the problem first to the gtk-perl list, and Torsten Schoenfeld ( one of the gtk2-perl authors ) said:

I think I've seen this too, with GtkCellRenderPixbufs, so maybe it's
only while using fixed-height rows. The first time you show the
treeview, the row is small, and the pixbuf is cropped. If you hide and
reshow it (for instance by switching a notebook tab), the row becomes
big enough to show the whole pixbuf.

It sounds like this one:

There is a patch there which would be good to get tested in other apps besides Gossip.


Imendio AB,

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