Re: GtkPopover bug ?

On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 11:48 PM, Victor A. Santos
<victoraur santos gmail com> wrote:
  popover = gtk_popover_new (window);

This doesn't make sense - relative_to is the widget the popup should
point to inside window, so you'd want mbutton here; however
gtk_menu_button_set_popover() will already take care of that, so
passing NULL should be fine.

  button = gtk_button_new_with_label ("Test");
  gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (popover), button);

The popover is not part of the widget hierarchy of window, so the
gtk_widget_show_all() call misses button.

  mbutton = gtk_menu_button_new ();
  gtk_menu_button_set_popover (GTK_MENU_BUTTON (mbutton), popover);
  gtk_container_add (GTK_CONTAINER (window), mbutton);

Here is the actual problem - the popover is constrained to the
toplevel window and set up to point to a widget that fills the entire
toplevel - there's simply no space for the popover to appear. If you
do something like:

  gtk_widget_set_halign (mbutton, GTK_ALIGN_START);

the popover should work.


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