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GTK+ examples : A Basic Window

Introduction Our first GTK+ program will be nothing more than a basic window. There are no event handlers, which means that the window will not respond to any user input such as mouse clicks. Although clicking the X button on the title bar to exit the program will cause the  [ Read More ]

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Introduction The GtkMenuBar, GtkMenu, and GtkMenuItem widgets are used in conjunction with each other to provide drop-down menu lists. The GtkMenuBar is essentially a horizontal packing box for the menu items. Individual GtkMenu widgets such as File and Edit are then packed inside the menu bar. Then, the GtkMenuItem widgets  [ Read More ]

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GtkVButtonBox – Vertical Button Container

Introduction This example covers a container called the GtkVButtonBox. The GtkVButtonBox container is used to group buttons together in a vertical box from top to bottom. From what I can tell, the GtkVButtonBox is designed to contain only buttons. However, you can pack other widgets such as GtkLabel widgets and  [ Read More ]

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GtkCheckButton – Check Button Widget

Introduction GtkCheckButton widgets serve the exact same purpose as GtkToggleButtons except that they look differently. Instead of looking like a normal button, GtkCheckButton widgets appear as small check boxes. GtkCheckButton widgets are usually used next to GtkLabels that describe what the option is. Instead of declaring a GtkCheckButton and a  [ Read More ]

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GtkArrow – Arrow Widget

Introduction The GtkArrow widget draws allows triangular arrows to be drawn on the screen. They can face north, west, south, and east and can be shaded in a variety of ways. Source Code /* *File name: arrow.c */ #include #include /*– This function allows the program to exit properly when  [ Read More ]

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GtkHPaned – Horizontal Split Container

Introduction This example covers a container called the GtkHPaned widget. The GtkHPaned container is a split plane with right and left sides separated by a divider. By default, the divider can be dragged left or right to alter the size of the split. Source Code /* *File name: hpane.c */  [ Read More ]

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GtkCombo – Combo Text List Widget

Introduction This example produces a simple GTK combo pull-down list. It allows you to add default values to the list. In addition, the user is allowed to enter his/her own value. Screenshot Source Code /* *File name: hbox.c */ #include #include /*– This function allows the program to exit properly  [ Read More ]

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GtkVPaned – Vertical Split Container

Introduction This example covers a container called the GtkVPaned widget. The GtkVPaned container is a split plane with top and bottom sections separated by a divider. By default, the divider can be dragged up or down to alter the size of the split. Source Code /* *File name: vpane.c */  [ Read More ]

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Glade: GTK+ User Interface Builder

Introduction Glade is visual programming tool that allows you to create user interfaces by dropping and dragging widgets from a widget palette onto a canvas. Glade creates interfaces that use the GTK+ widget library. By default, Glade creates C code. However, since there are GTK+ bindings for C++, Perl, Ada95,  [ Read More ]

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