- From: "Egon Andersen, Talura" <post talura dk>
- To: gtk-list <gtk-list gnome org>
- Subject: gtk_table
- Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2002 14:08:54 +0200
I have a problem with using table containers in gtk2. The thing is I
would like to be able to insert and remove rows in the table at runtime.
Currently I can only add a row to the end the table. But I would like to
be able to insert and remove a row in the middle of the table.
I have tried using gtk_widget_destroy on the elements in the row and it
seems that the row is removed, but I presume that the row is still there
and I just can't see it? I would think that it should be possible to
move the rest of the rows upwards, but when I try to use
gtk_table_attach to move the elements upwards I get a runtime error.
So actually what I'm looking for is a kind of reattach method that would
allow me to move any element onto an empty field in the table or a field
where I just destroyed the previous element.
Or in short:
How do I insert/remove rows into/from the middle of a table.
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