[Gtk-sharp-list] Scrolled TreeView without scrollbars?

Daniel Morgan danielmorgan@verizon.net
Sat, 11 Dec 2004 17:39:27 -0500

I would not set any scrolling policy then.

			ScrolledWindow sw =3D new ScrolledWindow ();
			this.PackStart (sw, true, true, 0);

			_treeStore =3D new TreeStore (typeof (string));
			_rootIter =3D _treeStore.AppendValues ("Connections");

			_treeView =3D new TreeView (_treeStore);=09
			_treeView.AppendColumn ("Connections", new
CellRendererText (), "text", 0);
			_treeView.HeadersVisible =3D false;

			sw.Add (_treeView);

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Subject: [Gtk-sharp-list] Scrolled TreeView without scrollbars?


I have a TreeView with two columns inside a ScrolledWindow.

If I add a long text to one of the columns, the window increases its =
to show all of the text. I don't want that.

If I set the horizontal scrolling policy to auto or always the window =
isn't changed when the text is added which is good. But I now have a =
scrollbar which I don't want.

So is it somehow possible to have the window to not increase its witdh =
at the same time not show the scrollbar? So the user has to manually
increase the window width too see all of the text?

Christian Rudh <lists-christian@rudh.se>

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