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 Post subject: Is there a "bag" container?
PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2007 9:42 pm 
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Hi,

Is there a container widget in GTK that acts like a Bag?

I do not want a Table or a VBox, I want a Bag that I can put things in an that when i strech the window those things align automaticly depending on the container's childen sizes (there should not be a fixed number of columns/rows like in a Table).

Thanks for any replies.

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WB.


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There is no container in GTK+ as I understand what you are saying. You could use GtkFixed (very dangerous), but it is not automatic. Also, GtkTable will allow children to span multiple columns/rows. You can change the number of rows during runtime. However, there isn't a "bag" container.

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Thanks for the reply.

There is none even among non-standard widgets?


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