Need some Gtk help
14ubobit at gmail.com
Sun Jul 28 10:37:22 EDT 2013
I was thinking that you would sync the size of the tree views by call back,
the right one would be a set size any way so that should not change and
thinking about it you may just have to size the left one as the middle
should expand / fill the remaining space.
I must admit I tend to get the pieces in the right place and then look at
the expand and fill options to get the required visual appearance,
sometimes by trial and error.
On 28 July 2013 14:57, Phil Longstaff <phil.longstaff at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> the problem with a vertical box and 2 horizontal boxes is that I want the
> left boxes of each row to have the same horizontal size. Same for middle
> boxes and right boxes. Instead, I am using a table.
> I'll try playing with expand and fill values. When I tried before, they
> still didn't do what I wanted. Maybe I missed something.
> *From:* Robert Fewell <14ubobit at gmail.com>
> *To:* gnucash-devel at gnucash.org
> *Sent:* Sunday, July 28, 2013 4:43:30 AM
> *Subject:* Need some Gtk help
> I may of misunderstood you but here is what I think...
> You are trying to keep the left column, bottom four rows and the right
> column on screen at all times. To do this, I think you will require 6 tree
> views, top 3 pointing to one model and the bottom 3 pointing to a second.
> With that in mind, I would start with a vertical box, into this you pack
> two horizontal boxes and into each you pack the scroll windows for each
> tree view, take care with the packing expand and fill options as the two
> outer scroll windows you want them false I think, only the middle one has
> expand and fill. Like wise when you add the bottom hbox I think you want
> both false.
> Remove the vertical scrollbar on the three bottom windows, you will need a
> column on the middle tree views set to expand also. Setup a call backs to
> keep all three top vertical scrollbars and both first and second horizontal
> scrollbars in sync.
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