Re: GtkStack, builder and hidden objects

Hi Emmanuele. Thanks for the response.

No, I checked for that ... the only thing like it is when I construct the stack *switcher*:

    $self->{main_stack} = $self->{builder}->get_object( "main_stack" );
    $self->{main_stack_switcher} = Gtk3::StackSwitcher->new();
    $self->{main_stack_switcher}->set_stack( $self->{main_stack} );
    $self->{builder}->get_object( 'HeaderBar' )->pack_end( $self->{main_stack_switcher} );

 ... which I do in code because there are other things that are packed into the header bar by code.


On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 11:22 PM Emmanuele Bassi <ebassi gmail com> wrote:

Are you calling gtk_widget_show_all() on the Stack or Notebook, at any point?

If you call show_all() on a container, all children will be marked as visible; you need to use gtk_widget_set_no_show_all() if you don't want this behaviour.


On Tue, 19 Feb 2019 at 12:14, Daniel Kasak via gtk-list <gtk-list gnome org> wrote:
Hi all.

I'm using glade to lay out my UIs. I've just noticed after porting some things that used GtkNotebook to GtkStack that objects that I've set as *not* visible ( in glade, select the object, go to the 'common' page, go to 'widget flags' and de-select 'Visible' ) are in fact visible. It seems like GtkStack is calling 'show all' on the widget tree.

Is this intended behaviour? I would expect my 'Visible' flag to be honoured, though I can see how this would be extra work.

For now, I've hooked up some code to re-hide my hidden widgets when the GtkStack's 'set-focus-child' event fires.

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