Jeff Sparkes writes:
On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 1:24 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Unfortunately, now I get no toolbar (but space is reserved for
I've wasted countless hours trying to get that toolbar to
appear. I just can't figure it out.
> and the menubar is quite busted (no visible labels and the
> regions on the menubar for each submenu are about a dozen pixels wide).
Yes, there's code do display emacs keys in the menu labels. It
currently works for GTK 2 only, I should have it fixed soon.
I suspect you misunderstand me. The menubar itself is invisible: the
menu names are not displayed, and the clickable region corresponding
to each invisible label is about 12 pixels wide.
> The tabs are somewhat broken, which is probably related to the
> many thousands (literally) of repetitions of the warning: [omitted]
Yesterday I checked in a partial fix that fixes the tab appearance,
but not that warning. I haven't worked how the instantiator gets
the notebook tabs to work.
I'll bet a drink of your choice at such time as we're in the same
place that these are all manifestations of a failure to do something
needed to activate a subwidget. (Perhaps not for the menubar, I
suspect the menubar has something to do with the fact that XEmacs
normally uses the internally defined Lucid widget rather than one from
a toolkit. Even so, I bet the manifestation would be different if the
GTK menubar was actually working.)
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