[Gtk-sharp-list] Issue concerning button image
andy at brdstudio.net
Sun Jan 17 08:28:44 EST 2010
If I need only an image without the text and I don't need all of the
features in the Gtk.Button I will normally just use a Gtk.Image in a
Gtk.Event container widget, of course that doesn't have all the benefits
a Gtk.Button does but I makes for a quick simple solution to the button
I hope that helps.
On 1/17/2010 1:47 AM, Michael Hutchinson wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 6:26 AM, dkarantonis<dkarantonis at soft4real.com> wrote:
>> Hi to all,
>> i am using the following code in order to set a custom image on top of a Gtk
>> Button widget in order to be used for a touch-screen application.
>> Gdk.Pixbuf pixBuf = new Gdk.Pixbuf(byte);
>> pixBuf = pixBuf.ScaleSimple(btn.WidthRequest, btn.HeightRequest,
>> btn.Image = new Image(pixBuf);
>> the button is of 'Text and image" type, but i clear the text propery in
>> order for the image to be displayed alone. The image is fetched from a
>> byte inside my application and I would like to cover the whole button
>> area, this is the reason for scaling it to the button width and height
>> Everything should work as expected but the result is not perfect. The image
>> cannot cover the whole button area. A top-left offset is displayed instead,
>> leaving part of the button control surface uncovered.
>> Any ideas on how to set the image cover the whole button area?
> I think the padding in the button is a theme-level property, i.e. not
> really supposed to be touched by app writers. Despite this, you can
> override it using a gtkrc settings file for your app, or by code, e.g.
> something like
> You might have to poke around in the gtk+ docs to find the right property.
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