I’ve got some GTK3 code that I inherited from someone else. It uses GTK ListBoxes with custom ListBoxRows. The ListBoxRows contain a widget that uses gestures to capture click and right-click behaviour so that it works on touch devices (at least that’s my understanding). The app also has the option of setting single-click activation of the row items.
When the inner widget is clicked then I try to “consume” the click event with
press_gesture.set_state (Gtk.EventSequenceState.CLAIMED);. However, the
row-activated event is still occurring after the gesture completes.
I found this thread about issues consuming right-click gestures in GTK4, but a) that is GTK4 not GTK3 and b) it was patched a year and a half ago.
How can I consume a click even in the
GestureMultiPress of a child widget that’s within a
activate-on-single-click set so that the
row-activated event doesn’t fire for the