[Gtk-sharp-list] Hiding Gtk.Window instead of Destroying?
scottellington at comcast.net
Wed Mar 1 11:34:00 EST 2006
What I suggested works:
class T : Window
static void Main ()
T t = new T();
T () : base ("HALLO")
SetDefaultSize (400, 400);
protected override bool OnDeleteEvent ( Gdk.Event e )
On Wed, 2006-03-01 at 17:47 +0100, Thomas Zühlke wrote:
> I also tryed this way. Set return TRUE or FALSE don't make a difference :-(
> >You could try overriding OnDeleteEvent and not calling the base method.
> >Not sure if this works or causes any issues.
> >On Wed, 2006-03-01 at 11:39 +0100, Thomas Zühlke wrote:
> >>I have a main-window and that creates a second window I work with. I can
> >>show/hide the second window with a button on the main window. If the
> >>button is pressed, the second window will be set do "visible = false;"
> >>and everything works fine.
> >>Now I want to hide the second window instead of closing it if the
> >>close-button (the X in the top-right corner) is pressed. Is this possible?
> >>Should I define the DeleteEvent? But what should be done in this event?
> >>Thx Thomas
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