Re: Probably a stupid question-GnomeMDI&GnomeApp


I understand a bit more now.

Nut let's say my GnomeApp has docks all over the place, does this mean 
I need to replace GnomeApp by a GnomeDock which is the container and 
then put this into an MDI class

Then use the MDI set_template_menu toolbar etc... to embed my present 
GnomeApp menus and toolbars into it?

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On 12/3/99, 10:29:09 AM, "John R. Sheets" <> wrote 
regarding Re: Probably a stupid question-GnomeMDI&GnomeApp:

> On Dec 03, 1999, James Henstridge <> wrote:
> > GnomeMDI is a class.  You would need to instantiate a GnomeMDI object, 
> > then call its add_child method.

> And incidentally, you don't put a GnomeApp widget into GnomeMDI.  You
> would add the *contents* of the GnomeApp instead.  As you change MDI
> modes, the GnomeMDI object will create/destroy GnomeApp's around the
> child widgets, as needed.  For example, you only need one GnomeApp for 
> notebook view, but multiple GnomeApp's (one per child) for the 
> view.  GnomeMDI takes care of this transparently, though, so you 
> never need to directly touch a GnomeApp widget in a GnomeMDI
> application.

> John

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