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Today we cover how to decorate the Frame... or UN-decorate it. Frames can be turned off or dressed up with CSS. To find out more, follow this link.

Re: The GtkDcoding Blog Post Announcement Post... ing

Because at this point we've covered almost every widget GtkD has to offer, today we're taking a departure from that to do something non-standard.

Nodes-n-noodles are becoming more popular as UI elements, so this is the beginnings of how we can get this paradigm working in GtkD.

You can find part one here.

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Here's the second installment of the Nodes-n-noodles coverage in which we get the mouse involved.

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Here's the third instalment of the Nodes-n-noodles series wherein noodle drawing on a DrawingArea is now complete. You can find it here.

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On Fri, 04 Oct 2019 11:39:02 GMT, Ron Tarrant wrote:

Here's the third instalment of the Nodes-n-noodles series wherein noodle drawing on a DrawingArea is now complete. You can find it here.

The link was wrong. Now it's fixed.

Re: The GtkDcoding Blog Post Announcement Post... ing

Today starts a new series on the Notebook widget. Over the next few weeks, we'll dig in deep, looking at single-tab and multiple-tab demos, customizing the look of the actual tabs, adding and removing tabs... a whole ton of stuff. Sounds like fun, right?

Come on over and check it out.

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Continuing the series on the GTK Notebook, we look at multiple tabs, reordering tabs, and stuffing images into tabs. Exciting stuff, no?

Here it is.

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Today's post starts a three-part mini-series within the Notebook series on building customized tabs in a DrawingArea. There's a ton of stuff to go over; that's why it's in three parts.

Anyway, the fun begins right here.

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Here's the second instalment of the customized tabs discussion. May it bring you peace and joy.

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Today we wrap up the customized tabs discussion as we look at the drawing routines. It's here.

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