Re: [gtk-list] overriding/changing key/key_press in gtkentry widget
- From: Brandon Long <blong fiction net>
- To: gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] overriding/changing key/key_press in gtkentry widget
- Date: Sat, 5 Sep 1998 12:20:46 -0700
On 09/04/98 Brandon Long uttered the following other thing:
> The app I'm writing is a wrapper to a legacy application, and the legacy
> application used control-C to stop running and prompt for a new command.
> Is there a way to put a key_press callback in front of the one which the
> entry widget uses, to intercept certain keys and pass the rest on to the
> normal key entry function? Or, perhaps a way to add our own callbacks
> to the control_keys callback table?
> Another possible use would be for a history mechanism bound to the
> up/down arrow keys, though it appears that I could switch to the combo
> box to handle that case.
Never mind, looking at the gtkcombo widget, I noticed that you can
override the key_press event, and have done so.
Brandon Long God took 6 days to create the world, but the
MD6 Crash Test Dummy first one was an allnighter.
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