On Saturday, 5 August 2017 at 20:56:10 UTC, Mike Wey wrote:
On 05-08-17 20:14, Johnson Jones wrote:
When trying to center the window. If one uses ALWAYS_CENTERED
any resizing of the window is totally busted. CENTER also does
not work. move(0,0) seems to not be relative to the main
display. I'd basically like to center the window on the main
display or at least be able to set coordinates properly.
Windows sets (0,0) to be the lower left corner of the main
display I believe. What happens is that the gtk window, when
using 0,0 actually is like -1000,0 or something in windows
coordinates and ends up on my secondary monitor.
When the app starts there's no taskbar icon. Luckily I still
have the console shown but Eventually I'll need the taskbar.
I'm not setting skipTaskBarHint, but I have tried both true
and false without any difference.
gtk.Widget.translateCoordinates or gtk.Fixed could be useful
for positioning the widgets.
Windows will only show the taskbar icon if you are not running
the application from the console.
Is there a way to get it to show up or have it correlate with the
console's taskbar? What I'm finding is that if the window has no
title bar(maximized) and/or behind other windows I have to do
some window juggling to find it. I need the console for debugging.
I could probably set the project as win32 and then create a
console manually if necessary but seems to be overkill for
something relatively basic.