[Gtk-sharp-list] slightly more complex development
monoman at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 08:21:25 EDT 2007
You should create a new widget instead of a new window:
1) right-click the "User Interface" node in the project.
2) select "New widget..."
3) name it
4) start designing it
After successful compilation, your widget will appear in the toolbar
to be usable in your windows (only with Stetic/MD).
If you do so in a library project, you'll also need to tell in the
project options, if you want the widget to be exported, so that it can
be usable by programs that reference the library.
On 3/21/07, David Griffith <dgriffi at cs.csubak.edu> wrote:
> I think I fully understand how to use Stetic to create a more or less
> static window. What I need to do now is figure out how to use Stetic to
> design a container and its innards which will then be called into being
> something like this:
> I want to know how to design that MyVBox container. But I don't see any
> way to put a container outside of the MainWindow tree. So far, the only
> way I've found to do anything with MyVBox is to edit MainWindow.cs, which
> is very slow and very sloppy. What do I do? Where are some more complex
> David Griffith
> dgriffi at cs.csubak.edu
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