I have created a
GtkBox subclass that defines its UI in a
GtkBuilder template. The box contains 3 child widgets, so it ends up looking something like this:
I’m trying to reason my way through the layout logic so that this widget can request an appropriate minimum size. Right now, I can resize the window so small that it starts to clip over other widgets in the window, like this:
When I resize the window like that, I see messages like this in the console:
(damask:2): Adwaita-WARNING **: 09:52:22.033: DamaskWindow 0x559a83b7ae80 does not have a minimum size
(damask:2): Adwaita-WARNING **: 09:52:22.033: AdwToastOverlay 0x559a83b7bbb0 exceeds DamaskWindow width: requested 241 px, 197 px available
I’m guessing I need to implement the
measure vfunc, but I can’t find an example that clearly explains how. Does anyone have any working examples of how the layout and measurement system works?
No, it means you need width-request and height-request on the window.
As per docs: Adw.Window
AdwBreakpointBin, if breakpoints are used,
AdwWindow doesn’t have a minimum size, and
GtkWidget:height-request properties must be set manually.
I need to make the warning clearer tho, mentioning those properties. Should be a nice last-minute fix.
Ooooh, I see. Without breakpoints, does the widget hierarchy correctly compute the required dimensions then?
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FWIW I have clarified it for 1.4.0.
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