MokoLib list widget available?

Rodolphe Ortalo rodolphe.ortalo at
Thu Jul 19 23:38:00 CEST 2007

Oops. Don't bother. Sorry, my fault. (make install was needed before
running the updated app. Ahem.) using the moko-tree-view widget actually
does the job.
Time to go to sleep I guess.

Rodolphe, desperatly alone on his thread... :o)

PS: When the store list is empty, the default gtk style applies however.

Le jeudi 19 juillet 2007 à 23:10 +0200, Rodolphe Ortalo a écrit :
> I tried to do some research myself so I used the MOKO_TREE_VIEW widget
> defined in <libmokoui/moko-tree-view.h> . Seems to work, but I do _not_
> get the same nifty style as, e.g. in openmoko-messages. I'd really like
> to have the same nice brushed metal background and alternating row shade
> in my list as in openmoko-messages, but how can I do that?
> (I tried to mimic the setup done in the messages application in
> src/main.c:populate_navigation_area(), but I don't see where/which style
> is applied or where such a specific behavior is setup.)
> Any help?
> Rodolphe
> Le mardi 17 juillet 2007 à 22:27 +0200, Rodolphe Ortalo a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > 
> > I'm playing again with a small toy app in which I want to display a
> > small vertical list of "time values". Using the GtkTreeView (with a
> > GtkListStore) inside a GtkScrolledWindow seems to do the work with an
> > appearance mostly correct but... shouldn't this be done with
> > openmoko-libs specific widgets? If yes, which one please (navigation
> > list, a simpler one?)?
> > (BTW, this is certainly a finger app, so I'd really be glad to use the
> > wheel instead of the usual scroll bar...)
> > 
> > Sorry for asking the list but it seems libmokoui usage documentation is
> > not so easy to find... (Maybe I can work on that too or at least a use
> > case...:-)
> > 
> > Rodolphe
> > 
> > PS: Maybe a picture is better to understand the issue (or maybe I just
> > couldn't resist ;-), see bottom left part of
> > 

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