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Re: WHere is the icons




Daniel,

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 2:09 AM, Daniel Kasak <d.j.kasak.dk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I posted on this topic a little while back ( a month or 2 from memory ). The
> icon theme you're using has to have icons of the same name that you're
> trying to use. If you're using a 'default' ( eg adwaita ) icon theme in
> conjunction with icon names that used to work a couple of years ago, you're
> likely to have issues. Either choose an older icon theme, or migrate to the
> new 'best practices'.

Problem is I am not running under GNOME. I have KDE4 installed on my machine and
I'm trying to port the GTK2 app to work with GTK3.

The thing is - I want to have a clean compilation before saying: this
works fine. ;-)

Now, since you mention "best practice", let me ask you - what is it?
Using named icon? If yes - can you throw in some code? I will see if
that will find the icon...

>
> You can also run with GTK_DEBUG=icontheme set - this can show you some info
> about where gtk is looking to find icons. See
> https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/gtk-running.html

Now, I may be able to install GNOME and run it there just to make sure KDE is
out of the picture. ;-)

>
> Good luck, Gentoo warrior :) Oh ... you're running 'stable' ... luck not
> required ;)

Yup, I will need it.

Thank you.

>
> Dan
>
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 1:31 PM, Igor Korot <ikorot01@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>> Stefan et al,
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 2:23 PM, Stefan Salewski <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> > On Mon, 2015-08-10 at 12:28 -0400, Igor Korot wrote:
>> >> But then how do I set the label for such button?
>> >> It looks like this function can be used for bitmap buttons only (no
>> >> labels).
>> >
>> > Of course you can continue using the deprecated stock item, as long as
>> > that still works...
>> >
>> > My impression is, that recommendation for recent GTK3 is to have only
>> > textual label for buttons and menu items generally, with some
>> > exceptions...
>> >
>> > We can use gtk_button_new() with a container widget argument, which may
>> > contain a label and an image. Some details I found here
>> >
>> > https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkImageMenuItem.html
>> >
>> > Unfortunately that is some more work now...
>>
>> Here is what I have right now:
>>
>> [code]
>> static
>> GtkWidget *gtk_my_dialog_add_button_to (GtkBox *box, const gchar *label,
>>                                             const gchar *stock, gint
>> response_id)
>> {
>>     /* create the button */
>>     GtkWidget *button = gtk_button_new_with_mnemonic (label);
>>     gtk_widget_set_can_default(button, true);
>>     GtkWidget *image = NULL;
>> #if GTK_CHECK_VERSION( 3, 10, 0 )
>>     if( !gtk_check_version( 3, 10, 0 ) )
>>     {
>>         image = gtk_image_new_from_icon_name( stock, GTK_ICON_SIZE_BUTTON
>> );
>>     }
>>     else
>> #endif
>>     {
>>         /* add a stock icon inside it */
>>         wxGCC_WARNING_SUPPRESS(deprecated-declarations);
>>         image = gtk_image_new_from_stock (stock, GTK_ICON_SIZE_BUTTON);
>>     wxGCC_WARNING_RESTORE()
>>     }
>>     gtk_button_set_image (GTK_BUTTON (button), image);
>>
>>     /* add to the given (container) widget */
>>     if (box)
>>         gtk_box_pack_end (box, button, FALSE, TRUE, 8);
>>
>>     /* add the button to the dialog's action area */
>>     gtk_dialog_add_action_widget (GTK_DIALOG (dlg), button, response_id);
>>
>>    return button;
>> }
>>
>> extern "C" {
>> static void gtk_my_dialog_init(GTypeInstance* instance, void*)
>> {
>> // some code
>> #if GTK_CHECK_VERSION( 3, 10, 0 )
>>     if( !gtk_check_version( 3, 10, 0 ) )
>>     {
>>         continuebtn = gtk_assert_dialog_add_button( dlg, "Continue",
>> "yes", GTK_ASSERT_DIALOG_CONTINUE);
>>     }
>>     else
>> #endif
>>     {
>>         wxGCC_WARNING_SUPPRESS(deprecated-declarations);
>>         continuebtn = gtk_assert_dialog_add_button (dlg, "_Continue",
>> GTK_STOCK_YES, GTK_ASSERT_DIALOG_CONTINUE);
>>         wxGCC_WARNING_RESTORE();
>>     }
>> // some more code
>> }
>> [/code]
>>
>> I am running currently KDE-4 on Gentoo Linux (stable). This peice of
>> code works when running against GTK+-2.24, i.e. I see
>> both label and the icon. However, when running against GTK+-3.16.5 all
>> I can see is just a text and no icon.
>>
>> What am I doing wrong? Am I using the right replacements? Do I use it
>> properly?
>>
>> Thank you.
>>
>> >
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