Re: Gdk RGBA color

On Mon, 13 Aug 2012 16:55:00 +0100
Emmanuele Bassi <ebassi gmail com> wrote:


On 13 August 2012 16:33, zentara <zzmiloschxx gmail com> wrote:
I'm trying to utilize the c functions:


not a great plan; if you want to modify the style, use an app-specific

I do know how to do it with a CssProvider, but the C docs mention
the override methods, and it would be useful to have for multiple
widgets. For instance to have 2 textviews, each with a different background.

The problem I'm facing is that a blessed Gdk::RGBA object is required.
How do I do it?

I tried this ( with a few variations) :

$textview1->override_background_color('normal', Gtk3::Gdk::RGBA( 0,0,0,1 ) );

but no luck.

Any clues on how to create the RGBA object?

a RGBA object is just a boxed type, like the Color object in Gtk2, so
Gtk3::Gdk::RGBA->new(0, 0, 1, 1,) should work. if it doesn't, it means
you need to add an override.


Gtk3::Gdk::RGBA->new() dosn't work, can't find method new.
It looks like it needs an override, thanks for the tip.


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