[Gtk-sharp-list] Fwd: Re: Equivalent to Windows.Forms DateTimePicker

Jacek Rużyczka stacheldraht at interia.pl
Sat Sep 4 17:03:35 EDT 2010

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Subject: Re: [Gtk-sharp-list] Equivalent to Windows.Forms DateTimePicker
Date: Samstag 04 September 2010, 22:12:59
From: Jacek Rużyczka <stacheldraht at interia.pl>
An:  Natalia Portillo <claunia at claunia.com>

Hi ^^

Am Samstag 04 September 2010 21:37:50 schrieben Sie:
> However, if you can explain me how to add a widget on the constructor I may
> be able to add the HollyWidgets one which license should be compatible
> (LGPL).
Well, when you create a new window / dialog / widget with MD, it creates a 
constructor with a this.Build() call inside. After this call you can referance 
all siblings of your Gtk# container, including sub-containers like VBoxes. So 
you can, for instance, create a new Gtk# widget and add it to your container.

> Also, just in case, do you know how to execute code on dialog load?
> On Windows.Forms there is the OnLoad event, but in GTK+ I tried with shown,
> mapped, realized, without sucess, they are never invoked, and I need that
> code to execute EXACTLY on the dialog.Run() not on the new dialog() or the
> UI will appear crashed during long time.
You're right...the signals you mentioned are never raised. For myself, I rely 
on the FocusGrabbed signal. I can't tell you whether it's gonna be the ideal 
choice for you, but try.

Jacek Rużyczka


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