Re: [gtkmm] Minimalistic FileChooserWidget?

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Oh, i tried to use that too now, really, the add and remove buttons appears...
Do you already try the class Gtk::FileChooser? I think you can derive a class 
from that... it's a virtual constructor, and FileChooserDialog and 
FileChooserWidget use that, maybe you can implement another...

On Thursday 29 July 2004 20:19, MattMorten wrote:
> Hey all,
> I am trying to make a program which is based around a single VBox, with
> a filechooserwidget in the left box (for the user to select the desired
> directory), and a Listview in the right box (to display all the mp3s in
> that directory).
> However, I am compiling on Gnome 2.6, and when I use FileChooserWidget I
> not only get the list of files, I get the shortcut menu, Add and Remove
> buttons, and other stuff I dont need.
> Can I get rid of this?
> Or, perhaps you could direct me to a way of using a Treeview in the left
> box, which displays the filesystem structure from the root node (I have
> no idea how to do this, since the STL has no directory scanning functions).
> Thanks
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