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Gtk::ButtonBox Class Reference

Base class for Gtk::HButtonBox and Gtk::VButtonBox. More...

Inheritance diagram for Gtk::ButtonBox:

Inheritance graph
List of all members.

Public Methods

virtual ~ButtonBox ()
GtkButtonBox* gobj ()
const GtkButtonBox* gobj () const
ButtonBoxStyle get_layout () const
void set_layout (ButtonBoxStyle layout_style)
void set_child_secondary (Widget& child, bool is_secondary=true)
 Sets whether child should appear in a secondary group of children.

int get_child_min_width () const
void set_child_min_width (const int& value)
int get_child_min_height () const
void set_child_min_height (const int& value)
int get_child_ipadding_x () const
void set_child_ipadding_x (const int& value)
int get_child_ipadding_y () const
void set_child_ipadding_y (const int& value)
Glib::PropertyProxy<ButtonBoxStyleproperty_layout_style ()

Related Functions

(Note that these are not member functions.)

Gtk::ButtonBox* wrap (GtkButtonBox* object, bool take_copy=false)

Detailed Description

Base class for Gtk::HButtonBox and Gtk::VButtonBox.

A button box should be used to provide a consistent layout of buttons throughout your application. There is one default layout and a default spacing value that are persistant across all ButtonBox widgets.



Constructor & Destructor Documentation

virtual Gtk::ButtonBox::~ButtonBox (   [virtual]

Member Function Documentation

int Gtk::ButtonBox::get_child_ipadding_x (   const

int Gtk::ButtonBox::get_child_ipadding_y (   const

int Gtk::ButtonBox::get_child_min_height (   const

int Gtk::ButtonBox::get_child_min_width (   const

ButtonBoxStyle Gtk::ButtonBox::get_layout (   const

const GtkButtonBox* Gtk::ButtonBox::gobj (   const [inline]

Reimplemented from Gtk::Box.

Reimplemented in Gtk::VButtonBox, and Gtk::HButtonBox.

GtkButtonBox* Gtk::ButtonBox::gobj (   [inline]

Reimplemented from Gtk::Box.

Reimplemented in Gtk::VButtonBox, and Gtk::HButtonBox.

Glib::PropertyProxy<ButtonBoxStyle> Gtk::ButtonBox::property_layout_style (  

void Gtk::ButtonBox::set_child_ipadding_x ( const int&    value

void Gtk::ButtonBox::set_child_ipadding_y ( const int&    value

void Gtk::ButtonBox::set_child_min_height ( const int&    value

void Gtk::ButtonBox::set_child_min_width ( const int&    value

void Gtk::ButtonBox::set_child_secondary ( Widget   child,
bool    is_secondary = true

Sets whether child should appear in a secondary group of children.

A typical use of a secondary child is the help button in a dialog.

This group appears after the other children if the style is Gtk::BUTTONBOX_START, Gtk::BUTTONBOX_SPREAD or Gtk::BUTTONBOX_EDGE, and before the the other children if the style is Gtk::BUTTONBOX_END. For horizontal button boxes, the definition of before/after depends on direction of the widget (see Gtk::Widget::set_direction()). If the style is Gtk::BUTTONBOX_START or Gtk::BUTTONBOX_END, then the secondary children are aligned at the other end of the button box from the main children. For the other styles, they appear immediately next to the main children.

child A child of widget .
is_secondary If true, the child appears in a secondary group of the button box.

void Gtk::ButtonBox::set_layout ( ButtonBoxStyle    layout_style

Friends And Related Function Documentation

Gtk::ButtonBox* wrap ( GtkButtonBox*    object,
bool    take_copy = false

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