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If you've been anticipating the TreeView examples, today's post is where the rubber hits the road with a look at the differences and similarities between populating a ComboBox and a TreeView. You can find it here.

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Hi y'all,

This week's first post is entry #8 in the MVC series and covers loading up a TreeView with a decorated list of system fonts. Decorations include varying the size, weight, and style as well as the font face. You can view it here.

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Today we get to do something unusual. Drawing on and combining a bunch of things we've done in past instalments, we'll build a two-column ComboBox with different images, custom fonts, and background colors for each item in the list. Here's the post.

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Several months ago, someone asked if I'd be covering drawing routines and after much preparation, today's post is the first in a series on drawing with Cairo.

You can find it here.

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Continuing on with Cairo, this is a look at the variations and permutations of drawing rectangles and you'll find it here.

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Today's post covers the basics of drawing circles and arcs in a DrawingArea using Cairo functions. You can find it here

Also, in case it got missed, there's a second index of blog posts where everything is sorted by subject

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Today's post covers a lot of ground and answers a few of those burning questions you may have about taming Cairo arcs and curves. Still, it's a quick read because... well, tons of diagrams and screenshots. So, come on over and take a look.

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When all you want is quick-n-dirty text in a GTK DrawingArea and Pango seems like more than you wanna deal with, Cairo's Toy Text will do the job nicely. Here's how.

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Continuing on with Cairo, this post covers loading and displaying three types of image (including a structured drawing) using two different load-n-display methods.

As an extra bonus, you'll see a photo of my cat, Bob, and three of the seven guitars I've found in my building's recycle room over the last year.

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