cursor keys in clist



Hi,

I need to catch the cursor keys to change the focus in clist ( and then
use select_row ). I have looking for this topic in the list archives,
but I can't understand the answers.
In the next example , the problem that I have is similar but I don't
undesrtand the solution. Can someone help me with a little example

>
> Hi!
>
> After filling up CList with items and setting focus to the first row I

> discover that there is 'secondary' focus on the item which I put in
> the list first. I don't want it. How to get rid of that secondary
> focus? (it looks like a thin rectangle around the item). It is
desirable
> to have the two focuses to point at the same item. .........
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You are confusing the current selection (blue) and the focus row
(outlined). Here is a little function to set the focus row of a
GtkCList

void
gtk_clist_set_focus_row(GtkCList *list, guint row)
{
g_return_if_fail(list != NULL);
g_return_if_fail(row >= 0);
g_return_if_fail(row < list->rows);

list->focus_row = row;
}



Thanks !

danilo
Rosario
Argentina


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