Dear All, I have some question regarding on wxwidget Is there a way to add tooltip into a date in calendarctrl? Is there a build in way to do notification like notification in ubuntu or in thunderbird? Regards, Hendra
on 2010-04-22 05:52
on 2010-04-22 06:06
On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 10:51 AM, hendra kusuma <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote: > Dear All, > I have some question regarding on wxwidget > > Is there a way to add tooltip into a date in calendarctrl? > > Is there a build in way to do notification like notification in ubuntu or > in thunderbird? > > More question Is there a way to make window shows on desktop always on bottom and never be minimized even when we click show desktop icon?
on 2010-04-28 11:58
On 22/04/2010 04:51, hendra kusuma wrote: > Is there a way to add tooltip into a date in calendarctrl? Try something like: 1) Use evt_motion to track where the mouse is within the CalendarCtrl 2) CalendarCtrl#hit_test to work out what date is being covered 3) then Window#tooltip= / set_tooltip to set the appropriate text to show on hover. I haven't done this for CalendarCtrl but it works well with StyledTextCtrl. > Is there a build in way to do notification like notification in ubuntu > or in thunderbird? http://www.rhinocerus.net/forum/lang-ruby/66940-wx... Not in core wxWidgets 2.8 - I've seen it discussed. Those kind of notifications aren't part of the core UI in OS X (and maybe GNOME) - applications that have them rely on add-on frameworks eg Growl. You might use another package eg: http://segment7.net/projects/ruby/growl/ http://growl.info/documentation/developer/ruby-support.php a
on 2010-04-29 05:33
On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 4:58 PM, Alex Fenton <email@example.com> wrote: > on hover. > applications that have them rely on add-on frameworks eg Growl. You might > use another package eg: > > http://segment7.net/projects/ruby/growl/ > http://growl.info/documentation/developer/ruby-support.php > > Well, I found notify http://rubygems.org/gems/notify It does what I need about notification, at least on Ubuntu (the author said it is cross platform, but I have not tried it) Also about hit_test, I don't know how to use it *hit_test*(Point <file:///home/hendra/ruby/wxruby-doc/html/point.html> pos, DateTime <file:///home/hendra/ruby/wxruby-doc/html/datetime.html> date = nil, DateTime::WeekDay wd = nil) I assume point is get from Point.new(event.get_x, event.get_y) But what about date? I put Time.now there and it gives me error? How should I use this?
on 2010-04-29 22:55
On 29/04/2010 04:30, hendra kusuma wrote: > I put Time.now there and it gives me error? This method should have a mapping so that it accepts a single Point argument and returns a DateTime object. This is how similar methods work in other classes, but I'm afraid I think the mapping has been missed for this class & method. Could you report it as a bug please and I'll fix for next release. thanks alex
on 2010-04-30 04:09
On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 3:52 AM, Alex Fenton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >> DateTime::WeekDay wd = nil)| > class & method. Could you report it as a bug please and I'll fix for next > release. > > thanks > alex > > Ok, I already submit this to bug tracker Hope to see it coming