Re: gnome_dialog_run return values?

In the button_press_event signal handler for the clist (which is used to
handle double clicks on the clist), you should emit the clicked signal of
the GnomeDialog.

You would want to use some code like:

  gtk_signal_emit_by_name(GTK_OBJECT(dialog), "clicked", OK_BUTTON_NUMBER);

(OK_BUTTON_NUMBER is an integer constant)

As far as gnome_dialog_run is concerned, this is as good as a real button



On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Dietmar Maurer wrote:

> gnome_dialog_run returns the number of the button the user pressed, or
> -1 if no button is pressed.  I have a dialog with a CList and want that
> the double click on a list item ends the dialog, executing the same
> action as the OK button -> gnome_dialog_run should return the number of
> the OK button (or any user defined number) if the user double click on a
> list item. How can I accomplish that?
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