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Thomas <fantome.foru...@free.fr.invalid> wrote:
> hi :-)
> i want to make an Image Button without text and without large borders.
> when i use Gtk.Button.Set_Image, it makes spaces at 3 sides, and the
> Image overflows at the 4th.
> it depends on Gtk.Button.Get_Image_Position : it overflows at the side
> where it would have been the text.
> i don't find how to remove these spaces.
> do you think i should use Gtk.Container.Add instead of
> Gtk.Button.Set_Image ?
> previous authors have done that, but I feel like it's kind of a hack,
> and I don't like it very much...
i gone back to Gtk.Container.Add.
it doesn't more overflow at the 4th side, and that's a good thing,
but i don't understand what's wrong with Gtk.Button.Set_Image.
i was wrong telling "too much spaces with Gtk.Button.Set_Image",
because it's not Set_Image which causes the spaces,
but it's the use of a Gtk_Image instead of a Gtk_Pixmap.
i don't understand more what's the difference between Gtk_Image and
Gtk.Misc.Get_Padding returns 0 0.
i have no other idea now.
it's better with Add than with Set_Image,
but it's not very nice because RAPID has not exactly the same behavior
with Gtk and with TclTk.
(2*4 pixels in a small button (27 pixels) is a big part.)
i cannot revert to Gtk_Pixmap because it is Obsolescent.
so i still need help, please :-)