Re: GTK+ Question

Hi Paul,

I think, you could try to define your own handler for
"start-interactive-search" signal  and to block
signal propagation to the standart handler.

Best regards,

2011/11/4, Paul Jordan <paullj1 gmail com>:
> Hello,
> So, I'm not sure if this is the place to be asking this, so by all means
> please redirect me if necessary.
> I'm trying to use a button to generate a keystroke ( touch screen
> application with no keyboard present ) to pass on to a GtkTreeView. The
> problem I'm experiencing is that the Tree View's search box is 'grabbing'
> all click events after I send the first key. So I can successfully send one
> character, but then the next click closes the search window.
> Now, I understand that the TreeView must know when to hide the search box,
> so my question is, is there a way to override the actual search method and
> 'ungrab' the device immediately after entering the character?
> Alternatively, is there a better way to make my on screen keyboard so that
> it doesn't generate the clicks that are hiding the window?
> I'm not opposed to other alternatives, and I would greatly appreciate any
> feedback/help.
> Thanks,
> Paul

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