RE: gnome programs and the GTK+

There are a variety of container, Some do the arranging for you based on
constraints but
there are also some that are free form where you can specify locations and
size. It
is very similar to the motif containers.

-----Original Message-----
From: christopher bates []
Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2000 11:00 AM
Subject: gnome programs and the GTK+

I have done some windows programming and some KDE programming and now want
to move onto GNOME as it sounds like it will become one of the standard
window-managers in the future. I have read that the GTK+ is a container
based toolkit and that you do not use a co-ordinate system to
position widgets as you do in some other GUIs. I want to know if there is
any way of specifying the size of these widjets at all. For instance, how
would I create something similar to the CD player under KDE, where the
central "screen" is more than twice as wide and big as the buttons at the
side? Please help, 
Chris Bates.

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