It’s interesting. Based on your program, here’s what I tried:
Console output is:
label size request: 408x1462
label size allocation: 600x300
The label requires 408x1462 for display, based on its text. Then, when
it’s allocated more width (600 instead of 408), it won’t use it to
reprocess the wrap and use the larger width…
I am not expert in Gtk Allocation enough to know if this behaviour is
normal or bad (or worse).
Anyway, the other advice to use a GtkTextView when in need to display
more than “labels” is also my choice.
On Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 6:22 PM, Martin Sarapik[email protected] wrote:
Any tips appreciated.
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