Re: GtkNotebook

gtk_notebook_set_scrollable, according to , "Sets whether the tab label area will have arrows for scrolling if there are too many tabs to fit in the area."

This is not the functionality I mentioned.  We want to be able to use the scroll wheel on our mouse to switch between tabs in GTK+ 3, as was the case in GTK+ 2.

Is this still possible in GTK+ 3, or if not, why has it not been made an option?

On 06/18/2011 10:44 AM, Luis Matos wrote:
I think they want to tell that it should be the default behaviour, but
it no longer is.

Sáb, 2011-06-18 às 08:35 -0300, diegotoral gmail com escreveu: 
On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 1:15 AM, ArcherSeven <archerseven gmail com>
        My friend and I are using Arch Linux with a few GTK+ 3
        applications.  We've noticed that we can't by default scroll
        through GtkNotebook tabs using the scroll wheel anymore and as
        far as we can tell, the feature was completely removed, not
        even made an option.  I hope we're wrong and we've just missed
        documentation somewhere, if so, please let us know, but we'd
        really like to know why this is not a possible / default
        option anymore. 
There ir a method to set this option on Gtk+ 3 Reference Manual, look:
void gtk_notebook_set_scrollable (GtkNotebook *notebook, gboolean

Gtk+ 3 Reference Manual:

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