[Gtkradiant] [Bug 17] Spawnflags issues / tristate checkboxes / new entity inspector

gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com
Fri, 14 Sep 2001 10:15:38 -0500


ttimo@idsoftware.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|Spawnflags issues           |Spawnflags issues / tristate
                   |                            |checkboxes / new entity
                   |                            |inspector

------- Additional Comments From ttimo@idsoftware.com  2001-09-14 10:15 -------
log of a conversation I had with a Gtk+ developer
(irc.gnome.org #gtk+)

<TTimo> I'm looking for something in Gtk+
<TTimo> is it possible to do tri-state toggle buttons like win32 does?
<TTimo> you know, yes no and 'maybe'
<jamesh> TTimo: in the development version of gtk (what will become 2.0), yes
<jamesh> TTimo: in the stable 1.2.x series, no
<TTimo> oh?
<TTimo> in the 1.3.* series then
<TTimo> actually .. my project is using the 1.3.* series on win32, and the
stable version on linux
<TTimo> jamesh: do you know if that code can be easily backported to 1.2 ?
<jamesh> TTimo: probably not
<TTimo> damned :)
<jamesh> TTimo: are you using the 1.3.0 `win32 production' branch on windows?
<jamesh> TTimo: or 1.3.x head?
<TTimo> jamesh: a custom source tree upgraded and stabilised from official win32
<TTimo> (by tml)
<TTimo> but prolly gonna hop to 1.3.0 once we hit our next dev cycle
<TTimo> meaning win32 production branch
<jamesh> TTimo: that is win32 production branch
<TTimo> yep more or less .. last tml release dates back from about a year
<TTimo> and we fixed a bunch of stuff on our own
<TTimo> but I've reported that to tml
<jamesh> gtk-1-3-win32-production
<TTimo> he's planning a merge or something I believe
<jamesh> anyway, it is the gtk_toggle_button_set_inconsistent() call you want
<TTimo> thks
<jamesh> or for menu items, gtk_check_menu_item_set_inconsistent()
<TTimo> I will look at that
<jamesh> they might not be in the early gtk-1-3-win32-production based tree
<TTimo> they're not

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