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Wed Mar 22 11:54:15 CET 2006
Erik de Castro Lopo [Wednesday 22 March 2006] :
> Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Some time ago I did some coding with the GTK+ widgets in C. I am
> > now trying to do something an Ocaml and I'm not finding it any
> > easier than it was in C :-).
> > I'm basically trying to construct something like a text editor
> > with a menubar at the top, a text are in the middle and scroll
> > bars to the right and bottom.
> Here's the code:
- don't use #add for packing in boxes, you can't control the options:
#add happens to use expand:true and fill:true, you usually don't want
that for a menubar. Use #pack instead.
- use the GBin.scrolled_window for adding scrollbars, it takes care of
all the packing, connecting, etc. of your widget
Updated code in attachment.
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