- From: Marcus Harnisch <Marcus Harnisch gmx net>
- To: gtk-list@@redhat.com
- Subject: Resizing questions
- Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 18:24:27 +0100 (CET)
While playing with GTK+, I wrote a small application that displays a
dialog containing a scrolled window, which in turn contains a table of
buttons (Looks like minesweeper, doesn't it. Nope, it's a `game of
- The default config is a table of 20x20 buttons which are
gtk_widget_set_usize'd to 16x16. When I used the default table
options, the buttons would resize according to the window size. This
takes *several seconds* on my PIII 450. Is there a workaround like
freezing the output until the datastructures have been reorganized?
- How can I obtain a window that has an initial size which is big
enough to display the entire table?
- How can I suppress resizing if the window is big enough (=the
entire table fits in the window)
Thanks a lot,
Some operating systems are called `user friendly',
UNIX however is `expert friendly'.
Marcus Harnisch <mailto:email@example.com>
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