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 Post subject: Event to exit a loop && permanently rezised unresizable wind
PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:53 am 
Familiar Face

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So I'm trying to make an alarm/timer app and, at least in my head, it requires some sort of loop to display the current time in a label. Regardless of how I would conduct the 'counting' part, I'd still have to actively display the time through the label in a loop.

My problem is that... It doesn't work... I mean I can't exit the loop through my Stop button since the program is preoccupied with displaying with the label.

How should I approach this? GTK just refuses to interact while on a loop.
I have this app that's a wee bit too small and so I'm trying to call gtk_window_resize() to, well, resize it. Problem is when I call gtk_window_set_resizable() and pass FALSE, being window not resizable, I revert back to my default size: too small.

Is there a way to have a permanent resized unresizable window?

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