Re: emulating a button click by software
- From: Carlos Lacasta <Carlos Lacasta ific uv es>
- To: Ricardo Cruz <rpmcruz clix pt>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: emulating a button click by software
- Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 07:14:09 +0100
Thanks for the examples.
On Mon, 2006-12-11 at 20:22 +0000, Ricardo Cruz wrote:
> Holla Carlos,
> 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 ?
> > REgards,
> > Carlos
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