[Gtk-sharp-list] Buttons & Cairo graphics
shinka.suugaku at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 09:11:57 EDT 2009
I have a fairly good background in programming (scientific computing) but
I'm completely ignorant when it comes to writing GUIs and I wondered if it
was easy to draw a shape with Cairo and use it as a button. That is;
1. I draw a shape, e.g.; the rectangle in the cookbook
2. The color of the shape change when the mouse pointer is moved over it.
3. You can click on the shape to do an event X.
Also I wondered if it was possible;
4. To write a GUI with Mono/Cairo and using the code for Linux/Mac versions,
but creating a windows .exe using Visual C# Express without modification to
the code (that is, I take the mono project, open it with visual C# express
and try to compile it).
5. To create complex shapes like regions in a map, and still to be able to
click in one of these complex regions to do an event X.
I only need to know these things are possible. If a better option than Cairo
is available I'm also interested, but I really like the idea of using a
vector-based library as it allows to resize images easily (well, in theory).
The other alternative is using C++ with Qt, but I'm not a big fan of C++ and
if Mono can do what Qt can do, I'd prefer Mono !
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