On 04/29/2019 10:36 AM, Mike Martin via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
Has anyone done anything like this?
I haven't, but you are welcome to my simple Glade mockup:
On 04/08/2019 09:07 AM, Andri Möll via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
I can't figure out if it's me or something's amiss. I'm trying to set
the scroll position after rendering a GtkTextView in a
GtkScrolledWindow, but it's reset to a different value, if it works at
all. I've so far tried
On 04/02/2019 05:09 AM, Mike Martin via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
I am using an embedded Gtk grid within a grid , which contains numerous
However if I have a widget that spans more than one column it messes up the
layout of all other widgets , which seem to position themseleves randomly
I hope this discourse thing succeeds. Personally I find it just another
awkward, cumbersome run of the mill QA site. The mailing list should be
preserved. But what do I know? I've only seen about 90% of these migrations to
forum like sites lose users and community
I filed the following bug:
https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtksourceview/issues/41, which promptly
got close as "expected behavior". Apparently, you'd either have to use
CSS or install a new font map for the GtkSourceMap.
Sure is disappointingly helpful.
I can't figure out the connection
me__ == "__main__":
app = GUI()
Give it try and change the font of the view. You'll see that the font
of the map changes to the same font as the view, including *the same
On Thu, Feb 28, 2019 at 8:47 AM Reuben Rissler wrote:
I am not sure if this help
I am not sure if this helps any:
from gi.repository import Gtk, GtkSource, GObject, Pango
On 02/27/2019 06:51 AM, Mike Martin via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
according to the docs the path reference is
edited signal = path
editing-started = path
These above two look like something a treeview uses
changed = path_string
And this one I assume to be coming from a CellRendererCombo?
On 02/27/2019 06:46 AM, Mike Martin via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
I have come across an issue where the iter points to the wrong row on
edited signal after sorting the column (via clicking header).
This only happens with edited signal and not editing-started (which is
On 02/12/2019 11:32 AM, Mike Martin via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
Is this possible?
Yes. I did this a while back, but would need to find an archive to
provide you with exact code.
I have a (for example) a grid which contains
Various action widgets
And a Treeview based on a liststore
On 02/12/2019 12:47 PM, Mitko Haralanov via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
In my application, I would like to have a GtkTextView be scrolled to a
particular line after the GtkTextBuffer is loaded.
This was already discussed
On 02/12/2019 12:25 PM, Mitko Haralanov via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
One idea is to hook the widget to the "leave-notify-event", which will
be triggered when the mouse leaves the widget.
Have you used this with a GtkTreeView? I mean, actually implemented what
Mike Martin is requesting?
So I am assuming that you are looking for a discussion and not for a
specific problem to be solved. If this is not the case, please post the
code that is not working for you, delete my email and forgive me.
On 12/18/2018 01:01 PM, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
I have created, and registered, a
Forgive me for second guessing you, but are you definite that that your
loop is better/easier to maintain than a Gtk main loop?
So far, if I was tempted to implement my own main loop, it wasn't
because the Gtk main loop was inferior, but because I was looking at it
the wrong way. Definitely
Thanks for the suggestion. Believe it or not, I had just arrived at that
same solution! I first tried to use GLib.timeout_add(), and that worked too,
if the time was larger than 300 - 400 ms, which is on the verge of annoying.
I then tried idle_add(), and I guess that makes the 300-400ms
If it's only for reordering the elements in the tree view, you can use
the built-in Gtk.TreeView.set_reorderable() method , and you're all
set. You get inserted/deleted signals for moved rows so you can know
when and how things changed if needed, and the underlying model is also
On 07/26/2018 02:17 PM, John Coppens wrote:
get_iter_at_line, place_cursor, place_cursor_onscreen, and others. Even tried to
more or less calculate the scroll position and manipulate the vadjustments.
itr = self.tbff.get_iter_at_line(linenr)
On 07/22/2018 04:26 PM, c.buhtz--- via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
I am totally confused about this topic. I think I miss some fundamental
understanding on how PyGObject works here.
I want to drag & drop items of one TreeView inside itself. Not other
widgets or applications. I just want to drag
I do this all the time in Python with:
def key_tree_tab(self, treeview, event):
keyname = Gdk.keyval_name(event.keyval)
path, col = treeview.get_cursor()
# only visible columns!!
columns = [c for c in treeview.get_columns() if c.get_visible()]
I have had very similar experiences with liststore.clear() in
Python3.5 and Mint 18. To work around this I do:
store = treeview.get_model() #may not be necessary in your code
store.append('my string or etc')
On 07/03/2018 05:30 PM, c.buhtz--- via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
I observer an interesting behavior (PyGObject, Gtk3.0, Python3.6,
Debian unstable with XFCE desktop):
An item (row) in a TreeView is selected (highlighted).
Then calling .clear() on the TreeView causes an select-event for
On 05/16/2018 01:51 PM, Eric Cashon via gtk-app-devel-list wrote:
The following gives an error if I use "cell-background" which is stated in the
documentation. Maybe just a typo someplace but "cell_background" seems to work fine for
binding the color column to the cell-background property.
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