recent xffm changes

Jens Luedicke jens at
Thu Feb 13 20:05:16 CET 2003

On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 19:35, edscott wilson garcia wrote:

> I was wondering what was causing that... In order to fix it we need to
> be able to know when the menu is open (so we can tell the monitor to
> hold still). Anybody know how to test if a main menus is open?

The GtkMenuShell has some signals that could be used to do this:

The "activate-current" signal

An action signal that activates the current menu
item within the menu shell.

The "cancel" signal

An action signal which cancels the selection within the menu 	shell.
Causes the GtkMenuShell::selection-done signal to be emitted.

The "selection-done" signal

This signal is emitted when a selection has been completed within a menu

Jens Luedicke <jens at>

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