[BUG 1.1.1] scrollable notebook arrows
- From: "Juergen A. Erhard" <jae laden ilk de>
- To: GTK <gtk-list redhat com>
- Subject: [BUG 1.1.1] scrollable notebook arrows
- Date: Wed, 30 Sep 1998 16:32:53 +0200
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Start testgtk, go to the notebook example. Now make it scrollable.
Okay... why's the left arrow active? Click on it... it jumps to the
last page. Keep the arrow pressed... it stops at the first page.
WHY'S THIS A BUG?
Well, that should be bleedin' obvious, yeh bollicks!
I mean, the arrows should always behave the same way, no matter
whether it's already been open for a couple hours or we just opened
WHAT TO DO?
I looked at the code... and I got to odd feeling that this is
deliberate. Then I diff'd it with the 1.0.4 source...
Can anyone (Owen?) tell me why this was done? Excuse me, but the
way it is now is bullsh*t!
And there's nothing in the ChangeLog, nil.
Hoping for an answer, J
 Obviously read to much Preacher in the recent past ;-)
Jürgen A. Erhard eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (GERMANY) 0721 27326
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Win32 has many known work arounds. For example, Linux.
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