[Gtk-sharp-list] Exposes Constantly
Adam Tauno Williams
adam at morrison-ind.com
Fri Dec 14 09:13:25 EST 2007
> > I see the "Draw: ... " message non-stop.
> The most common cause is an invalidation in the expose routine which
> basically creates a tight loop.
Makes sense, I think it is when I check the size of the drawing area.
I'll have to poke at that some more. In the meantime I've managed to
break it. :( Now the drawing area doesn't clear.
As the area is expanded or contracted I scale the calendar, but only
down to a certain height and width and then the scroll bars kick in.
> > This is the first time I've used DrawingArea or Cairo as I'm not a
> > graphics guy at all, but I really need a weekview calendar widget for
> > Gtk# and none seem to be available. So far Cairo seems very nice to
> > use, and fast; I've been able to draw hour lines and day columns,
> > etc... but the documentation on some of the gritty details is rather
> > sparse.
> For something like a calendar widget, I would use Gtk.Style instead of
> going directly to cairo, since then your widget is more likely to look
> integrated for people using different themes. If you are interested in
> seeing how something like that can be done, there is a Calendar view in
> my toy fitness log app.
> There's a screenshot of it in action:
Funny, I've been researching for months, reading blogs, articles, and
tutorials; and not one ever mentioned Gtk.Style. Do you know of any
tutorials or documentation relating to Gtk.Style beyond what is
presented in Monodoc?
My target is more *like* -
than a month view. I don't know if that makes any difference in your
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