[pygtk] Problem with Notebook
finlay at moeraki.com
Sat Dec 27 04:44:27 WST 2008
> On mercredi 24 décembre 2008, John Finlay wrote:
>> I don't see how that would happen. I guess a small self-contained
>> example would illustrate the problem.
> Here is a little example...
> I block switching to the Page 2, with your trick. The first time you select
> that page, the callback is called, but the page is not displayed. Good.
> But then, if you click again on that page, the callback is not called
> anymore, until you switch to another page first (or just click on the
> current selected one). It acts like if this page was selected, but not
> displayed. Also note that if you click the currnt page again, the callback
> is not called neither. But is change internal stuff, as it calls the
> callback when clicking on Page 2!
The current page number hasn't changed so it seems that it remembers the
last clicked tab.
> Sounds like a bug to me...
Maybe. Might be a good idea to ask about this on the gtk mailing list.
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