Re: [Fwd: Re: Gtk2::MenuItem get_label?]

On Sun, 2005-04-17 at 20:30 +0200, Martin Junius wrote:
Back to some Gtk2-Perl hacking after a longer break ...
There is still one problem, where I didn't get an answer yet, see below. 
I'd really appreciate a way to get to all the labels. Thanks.



So it seems I can only retrieve the label from menu items which are
*not* currently selected? Strange.

I didn't get the effect you describe with a standard menu bar created in
Glade - all the labels are available, whether the item is selected or
not (works for both radio button and checkbox menu items).

However then I noticed in your code you were calling get_menu whereas I
needed to call get_submenu.  After a bit of searching, I found that
get_menu is a method of the Gtk2::OptionMenu class.  So instead of using
a menubar for testing, I created a toolbar and added an OptionMenu item
to it.  This gave exactly the behaviour you describe.

I notice the OptionMenu widget is on the 'Deprecated' tab in Glade.  Is
there a reason you need to use this widget in particular?

I've attached a test script that uses the MenuBar widget and seems to
work.  Does it achieve the kind of effect you're after?


Description: Perl program

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