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GwyAdjustBar

GwyAdjustBar — Compact adjustment visualisation and modification

Functions

GtkWidget * gwy_adjust_bar_new ()
void gwy_adjust_bar_set_adjustment ()
GtkAdjustment * gwy_adjust_bar_get_adjustment ()
void gwy_adjust_bar_set_snap_to_ticks ()
gboolean gwy_adjust_bar_get_snap_to_ticks ()
void gwy_adjust_bar_set_mapping ()
GwyScaleMappingType gwy_adjust_bar_get_mapping ()
void gwy_adjust_bar_set_has_check_button ()
gboolean gwy_adjust_bar_get_has_check_button ()
void gwy_adjust_bar_set_bar_sensitive ()
gboolean gwy_adjust_bar_get_bar_sensitive ()
GtkWidget * gwy_adjust_bar_get_label ()
GtkWidget * gwy_adjust_bar_get_check_button ()

Properties

GtkAdjustment * adjustment Read / Write
gboolean has-check-button Read / Write
GwyScaleMappingType mapping Read / Write
gboolean snap-to-ticks Read / Write

Signals

void change-value Action

Types and Values

enum GwyScaleMappingType
struct GwyAdjustBar
struct GwyAdjustBarClass

Object Hierarchy

    GObject
    ╰── GInitiallyUnowned
        ╰── GtkObject
            ╰── GtkWidget
                ╰── GtkContainer
                    ╰── GtkBin
                        ╰── GwyAdjustBar

Implemented Interfaces

GwyAdjustBar implements AtkImplementorIface and GtkBuildable.

Includes

#include <libgwydgets/gwydgets.h>

Description

GwyAdjustBar is a compact widget for visualisation and modification of the value of an GtkAdjustment. It can contains a label with an overlaid bar that can be clicked, dragged or modified by the scroll-wheel by the user. Since the widget does not take keyboard focus, it should be paired with a GtkSpinButton, sharing the same adjustment. This spin button would also be the typical mnemonic widget for the adjustment bar.

GwyAdjustBar supports several different types of mapping between screen positions and values of the underlying adjustment. Nevertheless, the default mapping (signed square root, GWY_SCALE_MAPPING_SQRT) should fit most situations.

Functions

gwy_adjust_bar_new ()

GtkWidget *
gwy_adjust_bar_new (GtkAdjustment *adjustment,
                    const gchar *label);

Creates a new adjustment bar.

The label text, if any, is set with mnemonic enabled. However, you still need to assign it to a widget (presumably a GtkSpinButton) using gtk_label_set_mnemonic_widget().

Parameters

adjustment

The adjustment the adjust bar should use, or NULL.

 

label

Text of the adjustment bar label, or NULL.

 

Returns

A new adjustment bar.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_set_adjustment ()

void
gwy_adjust_bar_set_adjustment (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar,
                               GtkAdjustment *adjustment);

Sets the adjustment that an adjustment bar visualises.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

adjustment

Adjustment to use for the value.

 

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_adjustment ()

GtkAdjustment *
gwy_adjust_bar_get_adjustment (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Obtains the adjustment that an adjustment bar visualises.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

The adjustment used by adjbar . If no adjustment was set and the default one is used, function returns NULL.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_set_snap_to_ticks ()

void
gwy_adjust_bar_set_snap_to_ticks (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar,
                                  gboolean setting);

Sets the snapping behaviour of an adjustment bar.

Note the ‘multiples of step size’ condition in fact applies to the difference from the minimum value. The maximum adjustment value is always permissible, even if it does not satisfy this condition. Values modified by the user (i.e. emission of signal "change-value") are snapped, however, values set explicitly gtk_adjustment_set_value() are kept intact.

Setting this option to TRUE immediately causes an adjustment value change if it does not satisfy the condition.

It is usually a poor idea to enable snapping for non-linear mappings.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

setting

TRUE to restrict values to multiples of step size, FALSE to permit any values.

 

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_snap_to_ticks ()

gboolean
gwy_adjust_bar_get_snap_to_ticks (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Sets the snapping behaviour of an adjustment bar.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

TRUE if values are restricted to multiples of step size.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_set_mapping ()

void
gwy_adjust_bar_set_mapping (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar,
                            GwyScaleMappingType mapping);

Sets the mapping function type for an adjustment bar.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

mapping

Mapping function type between values and screen positions in the adjustment bar.

 

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_mapping ()

GwyScaleMappingType
gwy_adjust_bar_get_mapping (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Gets the mapping function type of an adjustment bar.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

The type of mapping function between values and screen positions.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_set_has_check_button ()

void
gwy_adjust_bar_set_has_check_button (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar,
                                     gboolean setting);

Sets whether an adjustment bar has a check button.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

setting

TRUE to enable a check button; FALSE to disable it.

 

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_has_check_button ()

gboolean
gwy_adjust_bar_get_has_check_button (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Reports whether an adjustment bar has a check button.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

TRUE if the adjustment bar has a check button.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_set_bar_sensitive ()

void
gwy_adjust_bar_set_bar_sensitive (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar,
                                  gboolean sensitive);

Sets the sensitivity of an adjustment bar.

The bar's sensitivity can be controlled separately. This is useful when adjbar has a check button because otherwise the bar is the entire widget and the function is not different from gtk_widget_set_sensitive(). However, if you want to enable and disable the adjustment bar via the check button, use this function instead of gtk_widget_set_sensitive() which would make insensitive also the check button.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

sensitive

TRUE to make the widget's bar sensitive.

 

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_bar_sensitive ()

gboolean
gwy_adjust_bar_get_bar_sensitive (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Reports whether an adjustment bar is sensitive.

See gwy_adjust_bar_set_bar_sensitive() for discussion.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

TRUE if the widget's bar is sensitive.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_label ()

GtkWidget *
gwy_adjust_bar_get_label (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Gets the label widget inside an adjustment bar.

Use gtk_label_set_mnemonic_widget() to set the mnemonic widget for the label or change the label text.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

The label widget.

Since: 2.49

gwy_adjust_bar_get_check_button ()

GtkWidget *
gwy_adjust_bar_get_check_button (GwyAdjustBar *adjbar);

Gets the check button of an adjustment bar.

Connect to the "toggled" signal of the check button. Modifying it is not recommended.

Parameters

adjbar

An adjustment bar.

 

Returns

The check button widget, or NULL if there is none.

Since: 2.49

Types and Values

enum GwyScaleMappingType

Type of adjustment bar mapping functions.

Members

GWY_SCALE_MAPPING_LINEAR

Linear mapping between values and screen positions. This recommended for signed additive quantities of a limited range.

 

GWY_SCALE_MAPPING_SQRT

Screen positions correspond to ‘signed square roots’ of the value. This is the recommended general-purpose default mapping type as it works with both signed and usigned quantities and offers good sensitivity for both large and small values.

 

GWY_SCALE_MAPPING_LOG

Screen positions correspond to logarithms of values. The adjustment range must contain only positive values. For quantities of extreme ranges this mapping may be preferred to GWY_SCALE_MAPPING_SQRT.

 

Since: 2.49

struct GwyAdjustBar

struct GwyAdjustBar;

Adjustment bar widget visualising an adjustment.

The GwyAdjustBar struct contains private data only and should be accessed using the functions below.

Since: 2.49

struct GwyAdjustBarClass

struct GwyAdjustBarClass {
};

Class of adjustment bars visualising adjustments.

Since: 2.49

Property Details

The “adjustment” property

  “adjustment”               GtkAdjustment *

Adjustment representing the value.

Flags: Read / Write

The “has-check-button” property

  “has-check-button”         gboolean

Whether the adjust bar has a check button.

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: FALSE

The “mapping” property

  “mapping”                  GwyScaleMappingType

Mapping function between values and screen positions.

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: GWY_SCALE_MAPPING_SQRT

The “snap-to-ticks” property

  “snap-to-ticks”            gboolean

Whether only values that are multiples of step size are allowed.

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: FALSE

Signal Details

The “change-value” signal

void
user_function (GwyAdjustBar *gwyadjustbar,
               gdouble       arg1,
               gpointer      user_data)

The ::change-value signal is emitted when the user interactively changes the value.

It is an action signal.

Parameters

gwyadjustbar

The GwyAdjustBar which received the signal.

 

arg1

New value for gwyadjustbar .

 

user_data

user data set when the signal handler was connected.

 

Flags: Action

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