[Gtk-sharp-list] Dynamically inserting widgets

Rafael Teixeira monoman at gmail.com
Sat Jun 24 11:29:55 EDT 2006

You don't need to.

You can export the widget to stetic and use it from the palette.
Simply create the widget with the new stetic-aware wizard/template,
and export it in the Project Options Dialog.

Hope it helps,

On 6/24/06, JimD <Jim at keeliegirl.dyndns.org> wrote:
> Is there a way to dynamically insert widgets at runtime with Gtk# when
> using Stetic?
> For example, with MD and Stetic I made a window with a VBox that has
> three areas/containers (what is the correct term for those in Gtk?).
> The first and last area/container I have added widgets while the middle
> one is empty.  At runtime I want to dynamically create a widget and
> insert it into the middle.  I only see a PackStart() and PackEnd() for VBox.
> The main thing I am looking to do is place a custom widget (the one that
> Peter sent as a Boo example) on a window.  I don't see anywhere in
> MD/Stetic to add a custom widget or to use a placeholder and replace it.
> Thanks,
> Jim
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