33375Re: vim with gtk2, the find dialog's buttons are disabled..
- Jul 25 8:18 AMOn Sun, Jul 20, 2003 at 06:00:47PM +0200, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
>It's not so hard to split the callback to two, one taking
> David Necas wrote:
> > > > >> > However, the find and find/replace dialogs' buttons has been disabled
> > > > >> > (grey). But, I still can use it by press the enter to search and can't
> > > > >> > use those buttons thought.
> > OK, here's a fix (at the end), at least of what I was able
> > to reproduce. Tested on 6.2.0.
> > *BUT* it fixes it by bringing back the Most Evil Hack
> > entry_changed_cb(), carefully #ifdef-ed out from the Gtk+2
> > code paths. It however took care of making the buttons
> > sensitive when the entry was nonempty -- among other things.
> > So if Daniel is listening and really doesn't like it so much,
> > he should come up with some nicer fix now ;-)
> Well, so long as this fixes the problem and doesn't introduce a new one
> we might as well use this solution.
> Hopefully Daniel does respond some day...
care of button sensitivity and one of search text
synchronization (i.e. the [cite] nonsense, particularly evil
incarnation of braindeadness [/cite]) -- I could do it.
However, I don't like the idea of making the dialog behave
differently with Gtk+1 and Gtk+2 again only because someone
doesn't like something. Thus I would probably remove the
search text synchronization completely. Please protest
(hmm... I doubt anyone in this maling list uses the GUI find
& replace dialogs...).
Do not use tab characters. Their effect is not predictable.
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