Re: emulating a button click by software
- From: Ricardo Cruz <rpmcruz clix pt>
- To: Carlos Lacasta ific uv es
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: emulating a button click by software
- Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 20:22:53 +0000
Not sure what you mean... I have made you a couple of tests, one with an
ordinary button, the other with radio buttons, and you can see it's really
No need for any hack. You don't even need to do anything unusual. Just do
your normal connection to "clicked" / "toggled" and whenever you want to
programatically click on a button, send an "activate".
On the toggle callback of a radio button, you must check its state to see if
it was pressed or released. But this is no different than if it was "humanly"
Hope that helps.
Carlos Lacasta wrote (@ Segunda, 11 de Dezembro de 2006 08:12):
> Many thanks for the hack Ricardo,
> It turned out that I was doing something wrong: I was "deactivating" a
> radio button of a group with just 2 of them, hoping that this would
> trigger the other button activation. However, I did manage to leave the
> application in a fancy state, that is, what happens if none of the
> radiobuttons in a group is activated ?
Reisner's Rule of Conceptual Inertia:
If you think big enough, you'll never have to do it.
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