Le Tue, 24 May 2011 10:31:40 +1200, "Gavin Lambert" <gav...@compacsort.com> a écrit :
> Quoth Maxime de Roucy: > > * Signal emitted when policy for one or both of the scrollbars > > of > > * the view has changed. The default handler will apply the new > > * policy to the container that holds the #WebKitWebFrame if it > > is > > * a #GtkScrolledWindow and the frame is the main frame. If you > > do > > * not want this to be handled automatically, you need to handle > > * this signal. > [...] > > So it seams it is now impossible to use webkit without a scrollbar. > > Did you try handling that signal, like it says? > > Yes I tried, but as the it said : * The exception to this rule is that policies to disable the * scrollbars are applied as %GTK_POLICY_AUTOMATIC instead, since * the size request of the widget would force browser windows to * not be resizable. So if I handle the signal and set the gtkscrolledwindow policy to GTK_POLICY_AUTOMATIC. The result is the same, scrollbar appear : They are GTK scrollbars, not webkit, but their is no difference for the end user (for what I saw). If I handle the signal and set the gtkscrolledwindow policy to GTK_POLICY_NEVER. The scrollbar does appear but the window is automatically resized by the webkit webview to fit the whole web page. Which isn't what I want. So : It seams it is now impossible to use webkit without a scrollbar.
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