Re: Preventing a window going to front - moving a window

You're right, its because the window is hidden.

I tried with a timeout() and it does work.

It would be better with an event though, there's probably no way to
get something to run before hiding a window, so I'm trying to update
the variables when dragging occurs, I tried signal_drag_begin() and
signal_drag_end() from Gtk::Widget but the event function isn't

I'm probably missing something again.. :(

On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 9:26 PM, Chris Vine <chris cvine freeserve co uk> wrote:
> On Tue, 6 Sep 2011 19:02:18 +0100
> lecas malecas <darkiiiiii gmail com> wrote:
>> I did a bit more testing, the move() function works well, I tried
>> calling it with some numbers.
>> The problem is really with the get_position(), which returns always 0
>> (for x and y).
>> I think I'm calling it right (the compiler doesn't complain at
>> least :p).
>> I have this on the function that gets called on the signal_hide():
>> this->get_position (x_position, y_position);
>> cout << "ONHIDE x " << x_position << " y " << y_position << endl;
>> where x_position and y_position are integers of the class.
> I am not completely sure I understand what you mean, but if you hide
> it, by definition it has no position, so the result you are getting
> seems correct.
> Chris

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