Select items in a VBOX?

Hi,
I would like to know how can I select items in a VBOX.
Right now I have a vertical box inside a scrolled window, where I push
items (I push progress bars into it).
So if I push for example 20 progress bars, I can scroll up and down and
see a vertical list of 20 progress bars.
What I would like to do is to select each one of those progress bars,
and be able to perform actions on them (such as stop/resume them, erase
them from the vbox, etc).
How can I do it?

Or is there some other structure that I can use to perform that kind of
actions? I mean, push widgets into it, and then be able to select those
widgets in order to perform actions on them.

Thanks.

OR… I’ve just thought something else: maybe there’s no way to
select the items from the VBOX, nor any kind of list where you can
select its items, but it’s the same item -the widget itself- who must
have the property of being selectionable.

Therefore I wonder, is there some way to make the Progress Bars
selectionables?

Dunno…

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John L. wrote:

| Or is there some other structure that I can use to perform that kind of
| actions? I mean, push widgets into it, and then be able to select those
| widgets in order to perform actions on them.

Maybe, maybe not. Which GUI toolkit are you using?


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Hey!
Thanks for your answer.
The toolkit I use is Ruby GTK2, and all I write I get it from this
website:
http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp
Cheers

Phillip G. wrote:

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John L. wrote:

| Or is there some other structure that I can use to perform that kind of
| actions? I mean, push widgets into it, and then be able to select those
| widgets in order to perform actions on them.

Maybe, maybe not. Which GUI toolkit are you using?


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Hey!
Thanks for your reply.
You mean “on_click” signal or “signal_connect(“clicked”)”?
Because for the buttons, I use "signal_connect(“clicked”)… but that is
because the buttons have got that function.
A progressbar has got the function “signal_connect”? I mean, it’s able
to be clicked on it?

About “on_click” dunno exactly what do you mean.

Phillip G. wrote:

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John L. wrote:
| Hey!
| Thanks for your answer.
| The toolkit I use is Ruby GTK2, and all I write I get it from this
| website:
| http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp

This should have anything you need.

My memory of GTK2 and its Ruby bindings is a bit murky, but connecting
an on_click signal to the progress-bars should do the trick.


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John L. wrote:
| Hey!
| Thanks for your answer.
| The toolkit I use is Ruby GTK2, and all I write I get it from this
| website:
| http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp

This should have anything you need.

My memory of GTK2 and its Ruby bindings is a bit murky, but connecting
an on_click signal to the progress-bars should do the trick.


Phillip G.
Twitter: twitter.com/cynicalryan
Blog: http://justarubyist.blogspot.com

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