Re: GtkOverlay


Apparently we have not wrapped GtkOverlay. Given that it is available
since Gtk+ 3.2, maybe there is a good reason why it is not wrapped. I'll
try to wrap it right now, anyways.

Remember that gtkmm is just a wrapper, and every Gtk::Widget subclass
has a gobj() method that provides access to the underlying GtkWidget*
object. Therefore if you want to add Gtk::Widget my_widget to an
overlay, you could do gtk_overlay_add_overlay (overlay,

Hope I didn't say anything wrong.


On Fri, 2014-06-20 at 11:24 +0200, Alessandro Vincenzi wrote:
Hi everybody.

could you please tell me if Gtkmm has the equivalent of a GtkOverlay
to stack widgets on top of each other? If not, there is any way to
obtain the same functionality with something else?


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