I need a hint to layout a program. Right now I use a table. It has 3 columns: | one | two | three This is fine so far. Now I want to append a Gtk::Statusbar | one | two | three -------------------------- STATUSBAR GOES HERE But I want the statusbar to take as little space as possible. I want to make it fairly "thin". I guess I can use Gtk::Table#attach but my question is: What setting or option should I use to make that row be very thin? I don't want to have it take equal space like the rest of the table ... I want it to be very smallish. Perhaps I should use something else rather than a table?
on 2011-11-05 17:04
on 2011-11-05 21:58
Marc Heiler wrote in post #1030310: > Perhaps I should use something else rather than a table? Use a vbox with 2 child : * your table * the statusbar
on 2011-11-11 09:45
Hello there. For the first time I am playing a bit with Gstreamer. When running sample program gst-inspect.rb, I received this message: ruby: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/x86_64-linux/gstreamer.so: undefined symbol: rbg_rval2cstr I noticed that rbg_rval2cstr is defined in glib2.so and solved the problem with a hack: I added this line: $LOCAL_LIBS="/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/x86_64-linux/glib2.so" in .../gstreamer/ext/gstreamer/extconf.rb and the script now works. But this is a horrible, non-portable hack. Somebody will certainly know the right way to make sure rbg_rval2cstr is found by gstreamer.so. Or maybe it is only me who encountered this problem... Carlo -- * Se la Strada e la sua Virtu' non fossero state messe da parte, * K * Carlo E. Prelz - firstname.lastname@example.org che bisogno ci sarebbe * di parlare tanto di amore e di rettitudine? (Chuang-Tzu)