Re: gtk3 replacement for gdk_pixmap_foreign_new

Somewhat OT, but still applicable. Gmail is a PITA to use on most lists. (At work i have no choice but to use the web UI) But at home i use a dedicated email client with filters. So when i reply to a list using gmail web ui i don't see anything, but when i check my email at home  I see my outbound messages to lists as well as inbound replies which eliminates those nasty thoughts of "wtf happened to my sent mail..." Basically i avoid the web ui when possible.

A good client will permit threaded view which works fine with gmail as a basic mail server.


On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 10:15 PM, salsaman <salsaman gmail com> wrote:
Hi Michael,
thanks for your replies. Yes I was wondering why my posts were not
showing up in gmail. The function you mention is not really a
replacement. The original function is used by LiVES to capture and
record external windows from the desktop. Its not really a
show-stopper not having it but its a useful feature (you just click on
a window and its output is recorded as a clip) and I will need to find
a replacement function before I can implement GTK+ 3.completely in


On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 21:46, Michael Torrie <torriem gmail com> wrote:
> On 01/04/2012 05:40 PM, Michael Torrie wrote:
>> On 12/30/2011 02:56 PM, salsaman wrote:
>>> I would like to know what cairo function is the equivalent of
>>> gdk_pixmap_foreign_new(). I cannot seem to find any reference to this
>>> anywhere.
> Actually does this function replace it?
> cairo_xlib_surface_create_for_bitmap()
> Thought it requires more information than the gdk call, it does create a
> Cairo surface for a native X11 pixmap, which if I read the GDK manually
> correctly, that is what the deprecated call does.
> I found this function by searching Google for "cairo surface native X11
> pixmap"
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