Re: keyboard events

Ok, I'm trying with the signal, but I get a lot of errors.

where's what I'm doing:

my class inherits from Gtk::Window.

then on the constructor I have,
this->signal_key_release_event().connect ( sigc::mem_fun(*this,
&AnimeWindow::onKeyRelease) );

(here, I don't know if I have to send an argument?..)

and then my function:

void AnimeWindow::onKeyRelease(GdkEventButton *event)
cout << "key" << endl;

On Thu, Aug 25, 2011 at 8:17 PM, Yann LEYDIER <yann leydier info> wrote:
> Hi,
> signal_key_release_event() seems the right way to do it. For the list of key
> values, see gdk/gdkkeysyms.h as stated in Gtk's documentation :
> You could also derivate your class from Gtk::Dialog, which recieves a
> response when ESC is pressed.
> yann
> On 25/08/11 21:00, lecas malecas wrote:
>> Hey, I have a window which I want to close when the esc key is
>> pressed, I've tried overriding the "virtual bool on_key_release_event
>> (GdkEventKey* event); " but I get some weird errors (also can't find
>> the documentation about GdkEventKey, to identify the keys). I tried
>> adding a function to the "signal_key_release_event()" but also get
>> some errors :)
>> Can anyone tell me how to call a function when the esc key is pressed
>> (on a Gtk::Window derived class)?
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