rewrite question:how to attach a pixmap to a GtkWindow as the background
- From: Jiang XU <jiang xu echostar com>
- To: gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: rewrite question:how to attach a pixmap to a GtkWindow as the background
- Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 13:25:06 -0600
I want to attach a pixmap to a GtkWindow as the background, there is
a function 'gdk_window_set_back_pixmap` , but this function
'gdk_window_set_back_pixmap` only supports GdkWindow.
But my application is using GtkWindow which let me can add
other widgets to the window.
So I wonder how I can attach a pixmap to a GtkWindow as the background?
Or, How to get the associate GdkWindow from a GtkWindow, so that I can
use that function?
Or, How to create a GtkWindow from a GdkWindow which is already get a
pixmap background by using that function.
Or, any other way?
In struct _GtkWidget, there is a parameter called GdkWindow *window.
But, if using 'windows1=gtk_window_new(..)' it won't set that parameter,
which means windows1->window=NULL, it does not
link to a GdkWindow, and same as button,table.....
If anyone know, please teach me ASAP, it is very urgent!!!! because I
must attach a pixmap to a GtkWindow as the background right now.
Thanks very much!
> Previously, you (Jiang XU) wrote:
> > I try to attach a pixmap (declare as GdkPixmap *) as the background
> > picture of the top level window (or pop up window, or dialog),so
> > can put other widgets in the window without affecting the background
> > picture. But I don't know how to attach the pixmap as the property
> > (background) of the window, so need help!
> > If anyone knows please teach ASAP!
> > thanks very much
> > John
> use 'gdk_window_set_back_pixmap(GdkWindow *window, GdkPixmap *pixmap,
> gint parent_relative)'
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