monoman at gmail.com
Sun Jul 16 20:24:48 EDT 2006
See question 3.3, in this FAQ
I'm not sure, but I think the default processor for this event
transform it in size_allocated events if needed and doesn't propagate.
So either you catch the other event or try to connect-before in this
one (with all the complications).
On 7/14/06, Norbert Berzen <norbert at spice.gia.rwth-aachen.de> wrote:
> Hello to everyone,
> simple question: How do I detect if my gtk toplevel window resizes
> and/or moves? As far as I understand the docs this should be straight
> Gtk.Window toplevel = new Gtk.Window (...);
> toplevel.ConfigureEvent += new ConfigureEventHandler (myHandler);
> But it does not work at all. Is it a problem with my gtk-sharp setup or
> is it known not to work?
> After digging the docs and after having a look (not in depth!!!) at
> gtk-sharp-2.0 source without getting any clue I am helpless.
> Could some of you give me a hint, please?
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