[Gtk-sharp-list] problems with GdkWindow

Thomas 'Dent' Mirlacher dent@cosy.sbg.ac.at
Thu, 27 Feb 2003 17:36:02 +0100 (MET)


> If I remember correctly,....  You have to "Show" (or "ShowAll")
> your Widget/Window/Whatever before a Gdk.Window is created.
> So... try the following...
>                 Application.Init();
>                 win.ShowAll();
>                 Gtk.Window win = new Gtk.Window("scrolling");
>                 Gdk.Window gdkwin = win.GdkWindow;
>                 Application.Run();

well that doesn't seem to work (since the gtk window is created after it's shown :)

second thing is, i can live with having to realize the window. but i definitely
need the gdkwin before showing it (map, expose)

> (Where the Gdk.Window stuff comes after the "ShowAll".)

nope, doesn't work eigther - same thing.



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