natenate at gmail.com
Sun Aug 24 03:12:49 EDT 2008
Ive figured it out. I was doing it wrong.
For those who come after me:
The file attached will work with some small changes
1 delete nameCell.Markup line
2 change mainColumn.AddAttribute (nameCell, "text", 2); to
mainColumn.AddAttribute (nameCell, "markup", 2);
3 add the markup to list.AppendValues (true, iconPixBuf, "blabla\nline two
bla bla bla...");
> Nope that did'nt seem to make any difference in fact nothing I try there
> seems to make any difference.
> I attached the file just to make sure im not doing anything stupid.
> http://www.nabble.com/file/p19128192/Preferences.cs Preferences.cs
> Michael Hutchinson wrote:
>> On Sun, Aug 24, 2008 at 12:45 AM, innominate <natenate at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Can anyone tell me more about this property? The documentation is very
>> It's Pango Markup, similar to a tiny subset of HTML:
>> The GLib.Markup.EscapeText method is useful for escaping strings that
>> contain <, & characters etc you want to use within a markup string.
>>> What I am trying to make my TreeView look the one in the image.
>>> (Gedit->Preferences->Plugins if that image upload doesnt work)
>> I imagine Markup = "Title\nSubtitle"; would give you that effect.
>> Michael Hutchinson
>> Gtk-sharp-list maillist - Gtk-sharp-list at lists.ximian.com
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