[ardour-dev] gtkpixscrollbar

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Mar 9 14:34:06 PST 2004

I'm looking into making a set of custom faders for jackEQ. To do this I 
want to update the gtkpixscrollbar files so they are gtk2 friendly.

This code could then be used for other gtk2 apps like jamin and 
jack-rack to provide a nice looking standardised set of sliders.

In jackEQ we use a custom set of meters which Steve wrote. It's fairly 
simple to add them to the app.

There is a callback


and a few simple calls to the GTK_METER function will create the meter.


	out_meter[0] = GTK_METER(lookup_widget(main_window, "mastmeter_l"));
	out_meter_adj[0] = gtk_meter_get_adjustment(out_meter[0]);
	gtk_adjustment_set_value(out_meter_adj[0], -70.0);

Currently I use the standard slider like so:

	slider = lookup_widget(main_window, "master");
	gtk_range_set_value(GTK_RANGE(slider), -35.0);

I have the relevant files included in my src dir. Can you give me a 
heads up on how to correctly call the pixscrollbar code please? Also how 
can I make it use a custom pixmap?


Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
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