When I put a GtkWidget derived widget themed as a button in a GtkFixed widget (at position x=100, y=100)
and add a GestureClick controller and attach a “pressed” signal handler to it,
clicking in the top left corner returns x=-7 and y=-2.
Using a GtkButton, instead (with errounously, I suppose, two GestureClick controllers) it returns x=-14 and y=-5.
Considering the documentation reads “The X coordinate, in widget allocation coordinates”,
this seems rather unexpected to me. I’d expect the top left corner to be x=0 and y=0.
Is there something I missed?
I’m running Windows 10 with e8f70be2c1c0532666941db9049cdb7307633e13.