Re: Rebuilding a table that has changed.

=D TY for replying.

So gtk_container_remove I'll use to remove the table itself, then rebuild
it? Or can I somehow use that to remove individual elements of the table? 
I'm leaning towards the former, but I figured I'd ask.

Thank you so much.

Ross Burton wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 11:10 -0700, serratemplar wrote:
>> My application has multiple windows that will be used to sort objects
>> (represented by images within event boxes); the intention is that objects
>> can be dragged from one window and dropped into another, and that the
>> tables
>> within each will update to reflect this.  As far as I understand it, GTK
>> tables are not designed to do this (as there is no "remove" function call
>> in
>> the table subset).
>> I dug thru docs and forums and found no way to do this that seemed the
>> correct way, and no other container class seems fit for the job.  I would
>> really appreciate any advice you have to offer me.
> GtkTable is a subclass of GtkContainer, you are looking for
> gtk_container_remove().
> Ross
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