Re: [gtk-list] Re: Gtk+ 1.1.5 ...
- From: "Kemal 'Disq' Hadimli" <disq iname com>
- To: gtk-list redhat com
- cc: timj gtk org
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] Re: Gtk+ 1.1.5 ...
- Date: Sat, 28 Nov 1998 18:45:11 +0000 (GMT)
On Thu, 26 Nov 1998, Tim Janik wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Nov 1998, Kemal 'Disq' Hadimli wrote:
> > Hi.
> > There are lots of visual 'bugs' in Gtk+ 1.1.5. For example, when I
> > set_sensitive(FALSE) a GtkWindow, the buttons of the CList are not grayed.
> > And then I set_sensitive(TRUE) the GtkWindow, the clist-buttons are
> > grayed. And the GtkTree is not properly ungrayed.
> > When I move my mouse pointer (enter_event) onto the CList buttons, their
> > appearence is fixed.
> > weird. Gtk+ 1.1.3 (and even the nov22 CVS version of Gtk) did not have
> > those strange 'features' :)
> hm, at least with current CVS, not using any theme, i can't reproduce this
> "bug". could you give it a shot with current CVS as well?
I tried it with nov26 CVS, and the clist bug is still there.
and also the tree bug which i did not mention in my previous message is
still there. after i select a child of a tree (not ctree) the whole window
is grayed, but some the portions of the tree aren't.
and when the whole window is set_sensitive(true)'d, the tree becomes
normal, except some items.
here's an example.
on select_item_from_tree: set_sensitive(window,false)
on another_event: set_sensitive(window,true)
1) select an item from the tree, eg. child2
only child2 and child3 are grayed out. (NOT the whole tree!)
2) activate another_event
child2 and child3 are ungrayed
BUT parent, child1 and upper half of child2 grays out.
lower half of child2 is the "selection color" (blue by default)
> > bye,
> > disqk
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