Re: Scrolling with Gtk::TextView

On Mon, 2008-03-31 at 13:33 +0200, Søren Hauberg wrote:
> Hi,
>   Sorry about replying to my own messages.
> 2008/3/31, Søren Hauberg <hauberg gmail com>:
> > The problem is that I can't figure
> >  out how to create a Gtk::TextMark and place it at the end of the
> >  buffer. How do I do that?
> So, I figured things out by reading chapter 10 of the book. Very nice
> and well-written documentation. I do have one complaint:
>   If I go to and press on the Documentation link at
> the top I'm presented with an overview page. Under the headline
> "Getting Started with gtkmm" I see some text about a book, and a list
> of 7 chapters. If I had actually read the text I would have realised
> that these are selected chapters, and not the entire list of chapters.
> This subtle difference has taken me a couple of days to figure out (I
> know, I'm stupid). Perhaps some alternative layout should be used to
> emphasize that the book has more chapters ?

Yes, that confusion is understandable. Do you have a suggestion about
how to show those quick links into the most useful chapters without
giving the impression that they are the only chapters?

It's html in gnomemm-website if you'd like to play with it and maybe
make a patch.

murrayc murrayc com

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