On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 05:30:38 -0400, Mike Wey wrote:
On 17-02-2020 05:58, mark wrote:
The demos TestWindow example on Linux has many additional tabs compared with the same example on Windows, including: Drawing, Text, and Image.
Why is this?
Is it possible to create custom widgets using GtkD that will work on both Linux and Windows?
I want to create a widget which I can draw myself and handle key and mouse presses, and which will work on Linux and Windows.
They were disabled on windows because they didn't work there, this may
have change in the meantime tough.
I just tried them all on Windows by getting rid of the version(linux). The Drawing, Text, and Idle ones all work. The Image one shows "missing image" icons -- but that's also true on Linux. The gtk-demo's Text View works, and on both Linux and Windows its Editable Cells does nothing.