gtkmm: gdkmm Enums and Flags

Enumerations

enum  Gdk::Status {

  Gdk::OK = 0,

  Gdk::ERROR = -1,

  Gdk::ERROR_PARAM = -2,

  Gdk::ERROR_FILE = -3,

  Gdk::ERROR_MEM = -4

}
 
enum  Gdk::CursorType {

  Gdk::X_CURSOR = 0,

  Gdk::ARROW = 2,

  Gdk::BASED_ARROW_DOWN = 4,

  Gdk::BASED_ARROW_UP = 6,

  Gdk::BOAT = 8,

  Gdk::BOGOSITY = 10,

  Gdk::BOTTOM_LEFT_CORNER = 12,

  Gdk::BOTTOM_RIGHT_CORNER = 14,

  Gdk::BOTTOM_SIDE = 16,

  Gdk::BOTTOM_TEE = 18,

  Gdk::BOX_SPIRAL = 20,

  Gdk::CENTER_PTR = 22,

  Gdk::CIRCLE = 24,

  Gdk::CLOCK = 26,

  Gdk::COFFEE_MUG = 28,

  Gdk::CROSS = 30,

  Gdk::CROSS_REVERSE = 32,

  Gdk::CROSSHAIR = 34,

  Gdk::DIAMOND_CROSS = 36,

  Gdk::DOT = 38,

  Gdk::DOTBOX = 40,

  Gdk::DOUBLE_ARROW = 42,

  Gdk::DRAFT_LARGE = 44,

  Gdk::DRAFT_SMALL = 46,

  Gdk::DRAPED_BOX = 48,

  Gdk::EXCHANGE = 50,

  Gdk::FLEUR = 52,

  Gdk::GOBBLER = 54,

  Gdk::GUMBY = 56,

  Gdk::HAND1 = 58,

  Gdk::HAND2 = 60,

  Gdk::HEART = 62,

  Gdk::ICON = 64,

  Gdk::IRON_CROSS = 66,

  Gdk::LEFT_PTR = 68,

  Gdk::LEFT_SIDE = 70,

  Gdk::LEFT_TEE = 72,

  Gdk::LEFTBUTTON = 74,

  Gdk::LL_ANGLE = 76,

  Gdk::LR_ANGLE = 78,

  Gdk::MAN = 80,

  Gdk::MIDDLEBUTTON = 82,

  Gdk::MOUSE = 84,

  Gdk::PENCIL = 86,

  Gdk::PIRATE = 88,

  Gdk::PLUS = 90,

  Gdk::QUESTION_ARROW = 92,

  Gdk::RIGHT_PTR = 94,

  Gdk::RIGHT_SIDE = 96,

  Gdk::RIGHT_TEE = 98,

  Gdk::RIGHTBUTTON = 100,

  Gdk::RTL_LOGO = 102,

  Gdk::SAILBOAT = 104,

  Gdk::SB_DOWN_ARROW = 106,

  Gdk::SB_H_DOUBLE_ARROW = 108,

  Gdk::SB_LEFT_ARROW = 110,

  Gdk::SB_RIGHT_ARROW = 112,

  Gdk::SB_UP_ARROW = 114,

  Gdk::SB_V_DOUBLE_ARROW = 116,

  Gdk::SHUTTLE = 118,

  Gdk::SIZING = 120,

  Gdk::SPIDER = 122,

  Gdk::SPRAYCAN = 124,

  Gdk::STAR = 126,

  Gdk::TARGET = 128,

  Gdk::TCROSS = 130,

  Gdk::TOP_LEFT_ARROW = 132,

  Gdk::TOP_LEFT_CORNER = 134,

  Gdk::TOP_RIGHT_CORNER = 136,

  Gdk::TOP_SIDE = 138,

  Gdk::TOP_TEE = 140,

  Gdk::TREK = 142,

  Gdk::UL_ANGLE = 144,

  Gdk::UMBRELLA = 146,

  Gdk::UR_ANGLE = 148,

  Gdk::WATCH = 150,

  Gdk::XTERM = 152,

  Gdk::LAST_CURSOR = 153,

  Gdk::BLANK_CURSOR = -2,

  Gdk::CURSOR_IS_PIXMAP = -1

}
 Predefined cursors. More...

 
enum  Gdk::EventMask {

  Gdk::EXPOSURE_MASK = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::POINTER_MOTION_MASK = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::POINTER_MOTION_HINT_MASK = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::BUTTON_MOTION_MASK = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::BUTTON1_MOTION_MASK = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::BUTTON2_MOTION_MASK = 1 << 6,

  Gdk::BUTTON3_MOTION_MASK = 1 << 7,

  Gdk::BUTTON_PRESS_MASK = 1 << 8,

  Gdk::BUTTON_RELEASE_MASK = 1 << 9,

  Gdk::KEY_PRESS_MASK = 1 << 10,

  Gdk::KEY_RELEASE_MASK = 1 << 11,

  Gdk::ENTER_NOTIFY_MASK = 1 << 12,

  Gdk::LEAVE_NOTIFY_MASK = 1 << 13,

  Gdk::FOCUS_CHANGE_MASK = 1 << 14,

  Gdk::STRUCTURE_MASK = 1 << 15,

  Gdk::PROPERTY_CHANGE_MASK = 1 << 16,

  Gdk::VISIBILITY_NOTIFY_MASK = 1 << 17,

  Gdk::PROXIMITY_IN_MASK = 1 << 18,

  Gdk::PROXIMITY_OUT_MASK = 1 << 19,

  Gdk::SUBSTRUCTURE_MASK = 1 << 20,

  Gdk::SCROLL_MASK = 1 << 21,

  Gdk::TOUCH_MASK = 1 << 22,

  Gdk::SMOOTH_SCROLL_MASK = 1 << 23,

  Gdk::TOUCHPAD_GESTURE_MASK = 1 << 24,

  Gdk::TABLET_PAD_MASK = 1 << 25,

  Gdk::ALL_EVENTS_MASK = 0x3FFFFFE

}
 A set of bit-flags to indicate which events a window is to receive. More...

 
enum  Gdk::InputMode {

  Gdk::MODE_DISABLED,

  Gdk::MODE_SCREEN,

  Gdk::MODE_WINDOW

}
 An enumeration that describes the mode of an input device. More...

 
enum  Gdk::InputSource {

  Gdk::SOURCE_MOUSE,

  Gdk::SOURCE_PEN,

  Gdk::SOURCE_ERASER,

  Gdk::SOURCE_CURSOR,

  Gdk::SOURCE_KEYBOARD,

  Gdk::SOURCE_TOUCHSCREEN,

  Gdk::SOURCE_TOUCHPAD,

  Gdk::SOURCE_TRACKPOINT,

  Gdk::SOURCE_TABLET_PAD

}
 An enumeration describing the type of an input device in general terms. More...

 
enum  DeviceType
 Indicates the device type. More...

 
enum  Gdk::GrabOwnership {

  Gdk::OWNERSHIP_NONE,

  Gdk::OWNERSHIP_WINDOW,

  Gdk::OWNERSHIP_APPLICATION

}
 Defines how device grabs interact with other devices. More...

 
enum  Gdk::GrabStatus {

  Gdk::GRAB_SUCCESS,

  Gdk::GRAB_ALREADY_GRABBED,

  Gdk::GRAB_INVALID_TIME,

  Gdk::GRAB_NOT_VIEWABLE,

  Gdk::GRAB_FROZEN,

  Gdk::GRAB_FAILED

}
 Returned by Gdk::Device::grab(), gdk_pointer_grab() and gdk_keyboard_grab() to indicate success or the reason for the failure of the grab attempt. More...

 
enum  Gdk::DragAction {

  Gdk::ACTION_DEFAULT = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::ACTION_COPY = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::ACTION_MOVE = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::ACTION_LINK = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::ACTION_PRIVATE = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::ACTION_ASK = 1 << 5

}
 Used in Gdk::DragContext to indicate what the destination should do with the dropped data. More...

 
enum  Gdk::DragProtocol {

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_NONE,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_MOTIF,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_XDND,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_ROOTWIN,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_WIN32_DROPFILES,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_OLE2,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_LOCAL,

  Gdk::DRAG_PROTO_WAYLAND

}
 Used in Gdk::DragContext to indicate the protocol according to which DND is done. More...

 
enum  Gdk::EventType {

  Gdk::NOTHING = -1,

  Gdk::DELETE = 0,

  Gdk::DESTROY = 1,

  Gdk::EXPOSE = 2,

  Gdk::MOTION_NOTIFY = 3,

  Gdk::BUTTON_PRESS = 4,

  Gdk::DOUBLE_BUTTON_PRESS = 5,

  Gdk::TRIPLE_BUTTON_PRESS = 6,

  Gdk::BUTTON_RELEASE = 7,

  Gdk::KEY_PRESS = 8,

  Gdk::KEY_RELEASE = 9,

  Gdk::ENTER_NOTIFY = 10,

  Gdk::LEAVE_NOTIFY = 11,

  Gdk::FOCUS_CHANGE = 12,

  Gdk::CONFIGURE = 13,

  Gdk::MAP = 14,

  Gdk::UNMAP = 15,

  Gdk::PROPERTY_NOTIFY = 16,

  Gdk::SELECTION_CLEAR = 17,

  Gdk::SELECTION_REQUEST = 18,

  Gdk::SELECTION_NOTIFY = 19,

  Gdk::PROXIMITY_IN = 20,

  Gdk::PROXIMITY_OUT = 21,

  Gdk::DRAG_ENTER = 22,

  Gdk::DRAG_LEAVE = 23,

  Gdk::DRAG_MOTION = 24,

  Gdk::DRAG_STATUS = 25,

  Gdk::DROP_START = 26,

  Gdk::DROP_FINISHED = 27,

  Gdk::CLIENT_EVENT = 28,

  Gdk::VISIBILITY_NOTIFY = 29,

  Gdk::SCROLL = 31,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE = 32,

  Gdk::SETTING = 33,

  Gdk::OWNER_CHANGE = 34,

  Gdk::GRAB_BROKEN = 35,

  Gdk::DAMAGE = 36,

  Gdk::TOUCH_BEGIN = 37,

  Gdk::TOUCH_UPDATE = 38,

  Gdk::TOUCH_END = 39,

  Gdk::TOUCH_CANCEL = 40,

  Gdk::TOUCHPAD_SWIPE = 41,

  Gdk::TOUCHPAD_PINCH = 42,

  Gdk::PAD_BUTTON_PRESS = 43,

  Gdk::PAD_BUTTON_RELEASE = 44,

  Gdk::PAD_RING = 45,

  Gdk::PAD_STRIP = 46,

  Gdk::PAD_GROUP_MODE = 47,

  Gdk::EVENT_LAST = 48

}
 Specifies the type of the event. More...

 
enum  Gdk::AxisUse {

  Gdk::AXIS_IGNORE,

  Gdk::AXIS_X,

  Gdk::AXIS_Y,

  Gdk::AXIS_PRESSURE,

  Gdk::AXIS_XTILT,

  Gdk::AXIS_YTILT,

  Gdk::AXIS_WHEEL,

  Gdk::AXIS_DISTANCE,

  Gdk::AXIS_ROTATION,

  Gdk::AXIS_SLIDER,

  Gdk::AXIS_LAST

}
 An enumeration describing the way in which a device axis (valuator) maps onto the predefined valuator types that GTK+ understands. More...

 
enum  Gdk::AxisFlags {

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_X = 0x2,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_Y = 0x4,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_PRESSURE = 0x8,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_XTILT = 0x10,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_YTILT = 0x20,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_WHEEL = 0x40,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_DISTANCE = 0x80,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_ROTATION = 0x100,

  Gdk::AXIS_FLAG_SLIDER = 0x200

}
 Flags describing the current capabilities of a device/tool. More...

 
enum  Gdk::FrameClockPhase {

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_NONE = 0x0,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_FLUSH_EVENTS = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_BEFORE_PAINT = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_UPDATE = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_LAYOUT = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_PAINT = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_RESUME_EVENTS = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_AFTER_PAINT = 1 << 6

}
 Gdk::FrameClockPhase is used to represent the different paint clock phases that can be requested. More...

 
enum  Gdk::SubpixelLayout {

  Gdk::SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_UNKNOWN,

  Gdk::SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_NONE,

  Gdk::SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_HORIZONTAL_RGB,

  Gdk::SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_HORIZONTAL_BGR,

  Gdk::SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_VERTICAL_RGB,

  Gdk::SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_VERTICAL_BGR

}
 This enumeration describes how the red, green and blue components of physical pixels on an output device are laid out. More...

 
enum  Gdk::Colorspace { Gdk::COLORSPACE_RGB }
 This enumeration defines the color spaces that are supported by the gdk-pixbuf library. More...

 
enum  Gdk::InterpType {

  Gdk::INTERP_NEAREST,

  Gdk::INTERP_TILES,

  Gdk::INTERP_BILINEAR,

  Gdk::INTERP_HYPER

}
 This enumeration describes the different interpolation modes that can be used with the scaling functions. More...

 
enum  Gdk::PixbufAlphaMode {

  Gdk::PIXBUF_ALPHA_BILEVEL,

  Gdk::PIXBUF_ALPHA_FULL

}
 These values can be passed to gdk_pixbuf_xlib_render_to_drawable_alpha() to control how the alpha channel of an image should be handled. More...

 
enum  Gdk::PixbufRotation {

  Gdk::PIXBUF_ROTATE_NONE = 0,

  Gdk::PIXBUF_ROTATE_COUNTERCLOCKWISE = 90,

  Gdk::PIXBUF_ROTATE_UPSIDEDOWN = 180,

  Gdk::PIXBUF_ROTATE_CLOCKWISE = 270

}
 The possible rotations which can be passed to Gdk::Pixbuf::rotate_simple(). More...

 
enum  Gdk::SeatCapabilities {

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_NONE = 0x0,

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_POINTER = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_TOUCH = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_TABLET_STYLUS = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_KEYBOARD = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_ALL_POINTING = 0x7,

  Gdk::SEAT_CAPABILITY_ALL = 0xF

}
 Flags describing the seat capabilities. More...

 
enum  Gdk::ByteOrder {

  Gdk::LSB_FIRST,

  Gdk::MSB_FIRST

}
 A set of values describing the possible byte-orders for storing pixel values in memory. More...

 
enum  Gdk::ModifierType {

  Gdk::SHIFT_MASK = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::LOCK_MASK = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::CONTROL_MASK = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::MOD1_MASK = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::MOD2_MASK = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::MOD3_MASK = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::MOD4_MASK = 1 << 6,

  Gdk::MOD5_MASK = 1 << 7,

  Gdk::BUTTON1_MASK = 1 << 8,

  Gdk::BUTTON2_MASK = 1 << 9,

  Gdk::BUTTON3_MASK = 1 << 10,

  Gdk::BUTTON4_MASK = 1 << 11,

  Gdk::BUTTON5_MASK = 1 << 12,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_13_MASK = 1 << 13,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_14_MASK = 1 << 14,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_15_MASK = 1 << 15,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_16_MASK = 1 << 16,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_17_MASK = 1 << 17,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_18_MASK = 1 << 18,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_19_MASK = 1 << 19,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_20_MASK = 1 << 20,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_21_MASK = 1 << 21,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_22_MASK = 1 << 22,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_23_MASK = 1 << 23,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_24_MASK = 1 << 24,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_25_MASK = 1 << 25,

  Gdk::SUPER_MASK = 1 << 26,

  Gdk::HYPER_MASK = 1 << 27,

  Gdk::META_MASK = 1 << 28,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_29_MASK = 1 << 29,

  Gdk::RELEASE_MASK = 1 << 30,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_MASK = 0x5c001fff

}
 A set of bit-flags to indicate the state of modifier keys and mouse buttons in various event types. More...

 
enum  Gdk::ModifierIntent {

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_PRIMARY_ACCELERATOR,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_CONTEXT_MENU,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_EXTEND_SELECTION,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_MODIFY_SELECTION,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_NO_TEXT_INPUT,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_SHIFT_GROUP,

  Gdk::MODIFIER_INTENT_DEFAULT_MOD_MASK

}
 This enum is used with Gdk::Keymap::get_modifier_mask() in order to determine what modifiers the currently used windowing system backend uses for particular purposes. More...

 
enum  Gdk::VisualType {

  Gdk::VISUAL_STATIC_GRAY,

  Gdk::VISUAL_GRAYSCALE,

  Gdk::VISUAL_STATIC_COLOR,

  Gdk::VISUAL_PSEUDO_COLOR,

  Gdk::VISUAL_TRUE_COLOR,

  Gdk::VISUAL_DIRECT_COLOR

}
 A set of values that describe the manner in which the pixel values for a visual are converted into RGB values for display. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WindowState {

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_WITHDRAWN = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_ICONIFIED = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_MAXIMIZED = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_STICKY = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_FULLSCREEN = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_ABOVE = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_BELOW = 1 << 6,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_FOCUSED = 1 << 7,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_TILED = 1 << 8,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_TOP_TILED = 1 << 9,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_TOP_RESIZABLE = 1 << 10,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_RIGHT_TILED = 1 << 11,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_RIGHT_RESIZABLE = 1 << 12,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_BOTTOM_TILED = 1 << 13,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_BOTTOM_RESIZABLE = 1 << 14,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_LEFT_TILED = 1 << 15,

  Gdk::WINDOW_STATE_LEFT_RESIZABLE = 1 << 16

}
 Specifies the state of a toplevel window. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WindowType {

  Gdk::WINDOW_ROOT,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TOPLEVEL,

  Gdk::WINDOW_CHILD,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TEMP,

  Gdk::WINDOW_FOREIGN,

  Gdk::WINDOW_OFFSCREEN,

  Gdk::WINDOW_SUBSURFACE

}
 Describes the kind of window. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WindowAttributesType {

  Gdk::WA_TITLE = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::WA_X = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::WA_Y = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::WA_CURSOR = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::WA_VISUAL = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::WA_WMCLASS = 1 << 6,

  Gdk::WA_NOREDIR = 1 << 7,

  Gdk::WA_TYPE_HINT = 1 << 8

}
 Used to indicate which fields in the Gdk::WindowAttr struct should be honored. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WindowHints {

  Gdk::HINT_POS = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::HINT_MIN_SIZE = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::HINT_MAX_SIZE = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::HINT_BASE_SIZE = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::HINT_ASPECT = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::HINT_RESIZE_INC = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::HINT_WIN_GRAVITY = 1 << 6,

  Gdk::HINT_USER_POS = 1 << 7,

  Gdk::HINT_USER_SIZE = 1 << 8

}
 Used to indicate which fields of a Gdk::Geometry struct should be paid attention to. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WindowTypeHint {

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_NORMAL,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DIALOG,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_MENU,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_TOOLBAR,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_SPLASHSCREEN,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_UTILITY,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DOCK,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DESKTOP,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DROPDOWN_MENU,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_POPUP_MENU,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_TOOLTIP,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_NOTIFICATION,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_COMBO,

  Gdk::WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DND

}
 These are hints for the window manager that indicate what type of function the window has. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WMDecoration {

  Gdk::DECOR_ALL = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::DECOR_BORDER = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::DECOR_RESIZEH = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::DECOR_TITLE = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::DECOR_MENU = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::DECOR_MINIMIZE = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::DECOR_MAXIMIZE = 1 << 6

}
 These are hints originally defined by the Motif toolkit. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WMFunction {

  Gdk::FUNC_ALL = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::FUNC_RESIZE = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::FUNC_MOVE = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::FUNC_MINIMIZE = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::FUNC_MAXIMIZE = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::FUNC_CLOSE = 1 << 5

}
 These are hints originally defined by the Motif toolkit. More...

 
enum  Gdk::WindowEdge {

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_NORTH_WEST,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_NORTH,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_NORTH_EAST,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_WEST,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_EAST,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_SOUTH_WEST,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_SOUTH,

  Gdk::WINDOW_EDGE_SOUTH_EAST

}
 Determines a window edge or corner. More...

 
enum  Pango::Gravity
 Defines the reference point of a window and the meaning of coordinates passed to gtk_window_move(). More...

 
enum  Gdk::AnchorHints {

  Gdk::ANCHOR_FLIP_X = 1 << 0,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_FLIP_Y = 1 << 1,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_SLIDE_X = 1 << 2,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_SLIDE_Y = 1 << 3,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_RESIZE_X = 1 << 4,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_RESIZE_Y = 1 << 5,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_FLIP = 0x3,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_SLIDE = 0xC,

  Gdk::ANCHOR_RESIZE = 0x30

}
 Positioning hints for aligning a window relative to a rectangle. More...

 
enum  Gdk::FullscreenMode {

  Gdk::FULLSCREEN_ON_CURRENT_MONITOR,

  Gdk::FULLSCREEN_ON_ALL_MONITORS

}
 Indicates which monitor (in a multi-head setup) a window should span over when in fullscreen mode. More...

 

Functions

EventMask Gdk::operator| (EventMask lhs, EventMask rhs)
 
EventMask Gdk::operator& (EventMask lhs, EventMask rhs)
 
EventMask Gdk::operator^ (EventMask lhs, EventMask rhs)
 
EventMask Gdk::operator~ (EventMask flags)
 
EventMask& Gdk::operator|= (EventMask& lhs, EventMask rhs)
 
EventMask& Gdk::operator&= (EventMask& lhs, EventMask rhs)
 
EventMask& Gdk::operator^= (EventMask& lhs, EventMask rhs)
 
DragAction Gdk::operator| (DragAction lhs, DragAction rhs)
 
DragAction Gdk::operator& (DragAction lhs, DragAction rhs)
 
DragAction Gdk::operator^ (DragAction lhs, DragAction rhs)
 
DragAction Gdk::operator~ (DragAction flags)
 
DragAction& Gdk::operator|= (DragAction& lhs, DragAction rhs)
 
DragAction& Gdk::operator&= (DragAction& lhs, DragAction rhs)
 
DragAction& Gdk::operator^= (DragAction& lhs, DragAction rhs)
 
AxisFlags Gdk::operator| (AxisFlags lhs, AxisFlags rhs)
 
AxisFlags Gdk::operator& (AxisFlags lhs, AxisFlags rhs)
 
AxisFlags Gdk::operator^ (AxisFlags lhs, AxisFlags rhs)
 
AxisFlags Gdk::operator~ (AxisFlags flags)
 
AxisFlags& Gdk::operator|= (AxisFlags& lhs, AxisFlags rhs)
 
AxisFlags& Gdk::operator&= (AxisFlags& lhs, AxisFlags rhs)
 
AxisFlags& Gdk::operator^= (AxisFlags& lhs, AxisFlags rhs)
 
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator| (FrameClockPhase lhs, FrameClockPhase rhs)
 
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator& (FrameClockPhase lhs, FrameClockPhase rhs)
 
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator^ (FrameClockPhase lhs, FrameClockPhase rhs)
 
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator~ (FrameClockPhase flags)
 
FrameClockPhase& Gdk::operator|= (FrameClockPhase& lhs, FrameClockPhase rhs)
 
FrameClockPhase& Gdk::operator&= (FrameClockPhase& lhs, FrameClockPhase rhs)
 
FrameClockPhase& Gdk::operator^= (FrameClockPhase& lhs, FrameClockPhase rhs)
 
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator| (SeatCapabilities lhs, SeatCapabilities rhs)
 
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator& (SeatCapabilities lhs, SeatCapabilities rhs)
 
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator^ (SeatCapabilities lhs, SeatCapabilities rhs)
 
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator~ (SeatCapabilities flags)
 
SeatCapabilities& Gdk::operator|= (SeatCapabilities& lhs, SeatCapabilities rhs)
 
SeatCapabilities& Gdk::operator&= (SeatCapabilities& lhs, SeatCapabilities rhs)
 
SeatCapabilities& Gdk::operator^= (SeatCapabilities& lhs, SeatCapabilities rhs)
 
ModifierType Gdk::operator| (ModifierType lhs, ModifierType rhs)
 
ModifierType Gdk::operator& (ModifierType lhs, ModifierType rhs)
 
ModifierType Gdk::operator^ (ModifierType lhs, ModifierType rhs)
 
ModifierType Gdk::operator~ (ModifierType flags)
 
ModifierType& Gdk::operator|= (ModifierType& lhs, ModifierType rhs)
 
ModifierType& Gdk::operator&= (ModifierType& lhs, ModifierType rhs)
 
ModifierType& Gdk::operator^= (ModifierType& lhs, ModifierType rhs)
 
WindowState Gdk::operator| (WindowState lhs, WindowState rhs)
 
WindowState Gdk::operator& (WindowState lhs, WindowState rhs)
 
WindowState Gdk::operator^ (WindowState lhs, WindowState rhs)
 
WindowState Gdk::operator~ (WindowState flags)
 
WindowState& Gdk::operator|= (WindowState& lhs, WindowState rhs)
 
WindowState& Gdk::operator&= (WindowState& lhs, WindowState rhs)
 
WindowState& Gdk::operator^= (WindowState& lhs, WindowState rhs)
 
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator| (WindowAttributesType lhs, WindowAttributesType rhs)
 
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator& (WindowAttributesType lhs, WindowAttributesType rhs)
 
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator^ (WindowAttributesType lhs, WindowAttributesType rhs)
 
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator~ (WindowAttributesType flags)
 
WindowAttributesType& Gdk::operator|= (WindowAttributesType& lhs, WindowAttributesType rhs)
 
WindowAttributesType& Gdk::operator&= (WindowAttributesType& lhs, WindowAttributesType rhs)
 
WindowAttributesType& Gdk::operator^= (WindowAttributesType& lhs, WindowAttributesType rhs)
 
WindowHints Gdk::operator| (WindowHints lhs, WindowHints rhs)
 
WindowHints Gdk::operator& (WindowHints lhs, WindowHints rhs)
 
WindowHints Gdk::operator^ (WindowHints lhs, WindowHints rhs)
 
WindowHints Gdk::operator~ (WindowHints flags)
 
WindowHints& Gdk::operator|= (WindowHints& lhs, WindowHints rhs)
 
WindowHints& Gdk::operator&= (WindowHints& lhs, WindowHints rhs)
 
WindowHints& Gdk::operator^= (WindowHints& lhs, WindowHints rhs)
 
WMDecoration Gdk::operator| (WMDecoration lhs, WMDecoration rhs)
 
WMDecoration Gdk::operator& (WMDecoration lhs, WMDecoration rhs)
 
WMDecoration Gdk::operator^ (WMDecoration lhs, WMDecoration rhs)
 
WMDecoration Gdk::operator~ (WMDecoration flags)
 
WMDecoration& Gdk::operator|= (WMDecoration& lhs, WMDecoration rhs)
 
WMDecoration& Gdk::operator&= (WMDecoration& lhs, WMDecoration rhs)
 
WMDecoration& Gdk::operator^= (WMDecoration& lhs, WMDecoration rhs)
 
WMFunction Gdk::operator| (WMFunction lhs, WMFunction rhs)
 
WMFunction Gdk::operator& (WMFunction lhs, WMFunction rhs)
 
WMFunction Gdk::operator^ (WMFunction lhs, WMFunction rhs)
 
WMFunction Gdk::operator~ (WMFunction flags)
 
WMFunction& Gdk::operator|= (WMFunction& lhs, WMFunction rhs)
 
WMFunction& Gdk::operator&= (WMFunction& lhs, WMFunction rhs)
 
WMFunction& Gdk::operator^= (WMFunction& lhs, WMFunction rhs)
 
AnchorHints Gdk::operator| (AnchorHints lhs, AnchorHints rhs)
 
AnchorHints Gdk::operator& (AnchorHints lhs, AnchorHints rhs)
 
AnchorHints Gdk::operator^ (AnchorHints lhs, AnchorHints rhs)
 
AnchorHints Gdk::operator~ (AnchorHints flags)
 
AnchorHints& Gdk::operator|= (AnchorHints& lhs, AnchorHints rhs)
 
AnchorHints& Gdk::operator&= (AnchorHints& lhs, AnchorHints rhs)
 
AnchorHints& Gdk::operator^= (AnchorHints& lhs, AnchorHints rhs)
 

Detailed Description

Enumeration Type Documentation

Positioning hints for aligning a window relative to a rectangle.

These hints determine how the window should be positioned in the case that the window would fall off-screen if placed in its ideal position.

For example, Gdk::ANCHOR_FLIP_X will replace Gdk::GRAVITY_NORTH_WEST with Gdk::GRAVITY_NORTH_EAST and vice versa if the window extends beyond the left or right edges of the monitor.

If Gdk::ANCHOR_SLIDE_X is set, the window can be shifted horizontally to fit on-screen. If Gdk::ANCHOR_RESIZE_X is set, the window can be shrunken horizontally to fit.

In general, when multiple flags are set, flipping should take precedence over sliding, which should take precedence over resizing.

Since: 3.22 Stability: Unstable

Bitwise operators:
AnchorHints operator|(AnchorHints, AnchorHints)

AnchorHints operator&(AnchorHints, AnchorHints)

AnchorHints operator^(AnchorHints, AnchorHints)

AnchorHints operator~(AnchorHints)

AnchorHints& operator|=(AnchorHints&, AnchorHints)

AnchorHints& operator&=(AnchorHints&, AnchorHints)

AnchorHints& operator^=(AnchorHints&, AnchorHints)

Enumerator
ANCHOR_FLIP_X 

Allow flipping anchors horizontally.

ANCHOR_FLIP_Y 

Allow flipping anchors vertically.

ANCHOR_SLIDE_X 

Allow sliding window horizontally.

ANCHOR_SLIDE_Y 

Allow sliding window vertically.

ANCHOR_RESIZE_X 

Allow resizing window horizontally.

ANCHOR_RESIZE_Y 

Allow resizing window vertically.

ANCHOR_FLIP 

Allow flipping anchors on both axes.

ANCHOR_SLIDE 

Allow sliding window on both axes.

ANCHOR_RESIZE 

Allow resizing window on both axes.

Flags describing the current capabilities of a device/tool.

Since gtkmm 3.22:
Bitwise operators:
AxisFlags operator|(AxisFlags, AxisFlags)

AxisFlags operator&(AxisFlags, AxisFlags)

AxisFlags operator^(AxisFlags, AxisFlags)

AxisFlags operator~(AxisFlags)

AxisFlags& operator|=(AxisFlags&, AxisFlags)

AxisFlags& operator&=(AxisFlags&, AxisFlags)

AxisFlags& operator^=(AxisFlags&, AxisFlags)

Enumerator
AXIS_FLAG_X 

X axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_Y 

Y axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_PRESSURE 

Pressure axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_XTILT 

X tilt axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_YTILT 

Y tilt axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_WHEEL 

Wheel axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_DISTANCE 

Distance axis is present.

AXIS_FLAG_ROTATION 

Z-axis rotation is present.

AXIS_FLAG_SLIDER 

Slider axis is present.

An enumeration describing the way in which a device axis (valuator) maps onto the predefined valuator types that GTK+ understands.

Note that the X and Y axes are not really needed; pointer devices report their location via the x/y members of events regardless. Whether X and Y are present as axes depends on the GDK backend.

Enumerator
AXIS_IGNORE 

The axis is ignored.

AXIS_X 

The axis is used as the x axis.

AXIS_Y 

The axis is used as the y axis.

AXIS_PRESSURE 

The axis is used for pressure information.

AXIS_XTILT 

The axis is used for x tilt information.

AXIS_YTILT 

The axis is used for y tilt information.

AXIS_WHEEL 

The axis is used for wheel information.

AXIS_DISTANCE 

The axis is used for pen/tablet distance information.

(Since: 3.22).

AXIS_ROTATION 

The axis is used for pen rotation information.

(Since: 3.22).

AXIS_SLIDER 

The axis is used for pen slider information.

(Since: 3.22).

AXIS_LAST 

A constant equal to the numerically highest axis value.

A set of values describing the possible byte-orders for storing pixel values in memory.

Enumerator
LSB_FIRST 

The values are stored with the least-significant byte first.

For instance, the 32-bit value 0xffeecc would be stored in memory as 0xcc, 0xee, 0xff, 0x00.

MSB_FIRST 

The values are stored with the most-significant byte first.

For instance, the 32-bit value 0xffeecc would be stored in memory as 0x00, 0xff, 0xee, 0xcc.

This enumeration defines the color spaces that are supported by the gdk-pixbuf library.

Currently only RGB is supported.

Enumerator
COLORSPACE_RGB 

Indicates a red/green/blue additive color space.

Predefined cursors.

Note that these IDs are directly taken from the X cursor font, and many of these cursors are either not useful, or are not available on other platforms.

The recommended way to create cursors is to use Gdk::Cursor::new_from_name().

Enumerator
X_CURSOR 

.

ARROW 

.

BASED_ARROW_DOWN 

.

BASED_ARROW_UP 

.

BOAT 

.

BOGOSITY 

.

BOTTOM_LEFT_CORNER 

.

BOTTOM_RIGHT_CORNER 

.

BOTTOM_SIDE 

.

BOTTOM_TEE 

.

BOX_SPIRAL 

.

CENTER_PTR 

.

CIRCLE 

.

CLOCK 

.

COFFEE_MUG 

.

CROSS 

.

CROSS_REVERSE 

.

CROSSHAIR 

.

DIAMOND_CROSS 

.

DOT 

.

DOTBOX 

.

DOUBLE_ARROW 

.

DRAFT_LARGE 

.

DRAFT_SMALL 

.

DRAPED_BOX 

.

EXCHANGE 

.

FLEUR 

.

GOBBLER 

.

GUMBY 

.

HAND1 

.

HAND2 

.

HEART 

.

ICON 

.

IRON_CROSS 

.

LEFT_PTR 

.

LEFT_SIDE 

.

LEFT_TEE 

.

LEFTBUTTON 

.

LL_ANGLE 

.

LR_ANGLE 

.

MAN 

.

MIDDLEBUTTON 

.

MOUSE 

.

PENCIL 

.

PIRATE 

.

PLUS 

.

QUESTION_ARROW 

.

RIGHT_PTR 

.

RIGHT_SIDE 

.

RIGHT_TEE 

.

RIGHTBUTTON 

.

RTL_LOGO 

.

SAILBOAT 

.

SB_DOWN_ARROW 

.

SB_H_DOUBLE_ARROW 

.

SB_LEFT_ARROW 

.

SB_RIGHT_ARROW 

.

SB_UP_ARROW 

.

SB_V_DOUBLE_ARROW 

.

SHUTTLE 

.

SIZING 

.

SPIDER 

.

SPRAYCAN 

.

STAR 

.

TARGET 

.

TCROSS 

.

TOP_LEFT_ARROW 

.

TOP_LEFT_CORNER 

.

TOP_RIGHT_CORNER 

.

TOP_SIDE 

.

TOP_TEE 

.

TREK 

.

UL_ANGLE 

.

UMBRELLA 

.

UR_ANGLE 

.

WATCH 

.

XTERM 

.

LAST_CURSOR 

Last cursor type.

BLANK_CURSOR 

Blank cursor.

Since gtkmm 2.16:
CURSOR_IS_PIXMAP 

Type of cursors constructed with Gdk::Cursor::new_from_pixbuf().

Used in Gdk::DragContext to indicate what the destination should do with the dropped data.

Bitwise operators:
DragAction operator|(DragAction, DragAction)

DragAction operator&(DragAction, DragAction)

DragAction operator^(DragAction, DragAction)

DragAction operator~(DragAction)

DragAction& operator|=(DragAction&, DragAction)

DragAction& operator&=(DragAction&, DragAction)

DragAction& operator^=(DragAction&, DragAction)

Enumerator
ACTION_DEFAULT 

Means nothing, and should not be used.

ACTION_COPY 

Copy the data.

ACTION_MOVE 

Move the data, i.e.

first copy it, then delete it from the source using the DELETE target of the X selection protocol.

ACTION_LINK 

Add a link to the data.

Note that this is only useful if source and destination agree on what it means.

ACTION_PRIVATE 

Special action which tells the source that the destination will do something that the source doesn’t understand.

ACTION_ASK 

Ask the user what to do with the data.

Used in Gdk::DragContext to indicate the protocol according to which DND is done.

Enumerator
DRAG_PROTO_NONE 

No protocol.

DRAG_PROTO_MOTIF 

The Motif DND protocol.

No longer supported.

DRAG_PROTO_XDND 

The Xdnd protocol.

DRAG_PROTO_ROOTWIN 

An extension to the Xdnd protocol for unclaimed root window drops.

DRAG_PROTO_WIN32_DROPFILES 

The simple WM_DROPFILES protocol.

DRAG_PROTO_OLE2 

The complex OLE2 DND protocol (not implemented).

DRAG_PROTO_LOCAL 

Intra-application DND.

DRAG_PROTO_WAYLAND 

Wayland DND protocol.

A set of bit-flags to indicate which events a window is to receive.

Most of these masks map onto one or more of the Gdk::EventType event types above.

See the [input handling overview][chap-input-handling] for details of [event masks][event-masks] and [event propagation][event-propagation].

Gdk::POINTER_MOTION_HINT_MASK is deprecated. It is a special mask to reduce the number of Gdk::MOTION_NOTIFY events received. When using Gdk::POINTER_MOTION_HINT_MASK, fewer Gdk::MOTION_NOTIFY events will be sent, some of which are marked as a hint (the is_hint member is true). To receive more motion events after a motion hint event, the application needs to asks for more, by calling Gdk::Event::request_motions().

Since GTK 3.8, motion events are already compressed by default, independent of this mechanism. This compression can be disabled with Gdk::Window::set_event_compression(). See the documentation of that function for details.

If Gdk::TOUCH_MASK is enabled, the window will receive touch events from touch-enabled devices. Those will come as sequences of Gdk::EventTouch with type Gdk::TOUCH_UPDATE, enclosed by two events with type Gdk::TOUCH_BEGIN and Gdk::TOUCH_END (or Gdk::TOUCH_CANCEL). Gdk::Event::get_event_sequence() returns the event sequence for these events, so different sequences may be distinguished.

Bitwise operators:
EventMask operator|(EventMask, EventMask)

EventMask operator&(EventMask, EventMask)

EventMask operator^(EventMask, EventMask)

EventMask operator~(EventMask)

EventMask& operator|=(EventMask&, EventMask)

EventMask& operator&=(EventMask&, EventMask)

EventMask& operator^=(EventMask&, EventMask)

Enumerator
EXPOSURE_MASK 

Receive expose events.

POINTER_MOTION_MASK 

Receive all pointer motion events.

POINTER_MOTION_HINT_MASK 

Deprecated.

see the explanation above.

BUTTON_MOTION_MASK 

Receive pointer motion events while any button is pressed.

BUTTON1_MOTION_MASK 

Receive pointer motion events while 1 button is pressed.

BUTTON2_MOTION_MASK 

Receive pointer motion events while 2 button is pressed.

BUTTON3_MOTION_MASK 

Receive pointer motion events while 3 button is pressed.

BUTTON_PRESS_MASK 

Receive button press events.

BUTTON_RELEASE_MASK 

Receive button release events.

KEY_PRESS_MASK 

Receive key press events.

KEY_RELEASE_MASK 

Receive key release events.

ENTER_NOTIFY_MASK 

Receive window enter events.

LEAVE_NOTIFY_MASK 

Receive window leave events.

FOCUS_CHANGE_MASK 

Receive focus change events.

STRUCTURE_MASK 

Receive events about window configuration change.

PROPERTY_CHANGE_MASK 

Receive property change events.

VISIBILITY_NOTIFY_MASK 

Receive visibility change events.

PROXIMITY_IN_MASK 

Receive proximity in events.

PROXIMITY_OUT_MASK 

Receive proximity out events.

SUBSTRUCTURE_MASK 

Receive events about window configuration changes of child windows.

SCROLL_MASK 

Receive scroll events.

TOUCH_MASK 

Receive touch events.

Since gtkmm 3.4:
SMOOTH_SCROLL_MASK 

Receive smooth scrolling events.

Since 3.4 GDK_TOUCHPAD_GESTURE_MASK: receive touchpad gesture events.

Since gtkmm 3.18:
TOUCHPAD_GESTURE_MASK 
TABLET_PAD_MASK 

Receive tablet pad events.

Since gtkmm 3.22:
ALL_EVENTS_MASK 

The combination of all the above event masks.

Specifies the type of the event.

Do not confuse these events with the signals that GTK+ widgets emit. Although many of these events result in corresponding signals being emitted, the events are often transformed or filtered along the way.

In some language bindings, the values Gdk::2BUTTON_PRESS and Gdk::3BUTTON_PRESS would translate into something syntactically invalid (eg Gdk.EventType.2ButtonPress, where a symbol is not allowed to start with a number). In that case, the aliases Gdk::DOUBLE_BUTTON_PRESS and Gdk::TRIPLE_BUTTON_PRESS can be used instead.

Enumerator
NOTHING 

A special code to indicate a null event.

DELETE 

The window manager has requested that the toplevel window be hidden or destroyed, usually when the user clicks on a special icon in the title bar.

DESTROY 

The window has been destroyed.

EXPOSE 

All or part of the window has become visible and needs to be redrawn.

MOTION_NOTIFY 

The pointer (usually a mouse) has moved.

BUTTON_PRESS 

A mouse button has been pressed.

DOUBLE_BUTTON_PRESS 

A mouse button has been double-clicked (clicked twice within a short period of time).

Note that each click also generates a Gdk::BUTTON_PRESS event.

TRIPLE_BUTTON_PRESS 

A mouse button has been clicked 3 times in a short period of time.

Note that each click also generates a Gdk::BUTTON_PRESS event.

BUTTON_RELEASE 

A mouse button has been released.

KEY_PRESS 

A key has been pressed.

KEY_RELEASE 

A key has been released.

ENTER_NOTIFY 

The pointer has entered the window.

LEAVE_NOTIFY 

The pointer has left the window.

FOCUS_CHANGE 

The keyboard focus has entered or left the window.

CONFIGURE 

The size, position or stacking order of the window has changed.

Note that GTK+ discards these events for Gdk::WINDOW_CHILD windows.

MAP 

The window has been mapped.

UNMAP 

The window has been unmapped.

PROPERTY_NOTIFY 

A property on the window has been changed or deleted.

SELECTION_CLEAR 

The application has lost ownership of a selection.

SELECTION_REQUEST 

Another application has requested a selection.

SELECTION_NOTIFY 

A selection has been received.

PROXIMITY_IN 

An input device has moved into contact with a sensing surface (e.g.

a touchscreen or graphics tablet).

PROXIMITY_OUT 

An input device has moved out of contact with a sensing surface.

DRAG_ENTER 

The mouse has entered the window while a drag is in progress.

DRAG_LEAVE 

The mouse has left the window while a drag is in progress.

DRAG_MOTION 

The mouse has moved in the window while a drag is in progress.

DRAG_STATUS 

The status of the drag operation initiated by the window has changed.

DROP_START 

A drop operation onto the window has started.

DROP_FINISHED 

The drop operation initiated by the window has completed.

CLIENT_EVENT 

A message has been received from another application.

VISIBILITY_NOTIFY 

The window visibility status has changed.

SCROLL 

The scroll wheel was turned.

WINDOW_STATE 

The state of a window has changed.

See Gdk::WindowState for the possible window states.

SETTING 

A setting has been modified.

OWNER_CHANGE 

The owner of a selection has changed.

This event type was added in 2.6.

GRAB_BROKEN 

A pointer or keyboard grab was broken.

This event type was added in 2.8.

DAMAGE 

The content of the window has been changed.

This event type was added in 2.14.

TOUCH_BEGIN 

A new touch event sequence has just started.

This event type was added in 3.4.

TOUCH_UPDATE 

A touch event sequence has been updated.

This event type was added in 3.4.

TOUCH_END 

A touch event sequence has finished.

This event type was added in 3.4.

TOUCH_CANCEL 

A touch event sequence has been canceled.

This event type was added in 3.4.

TOUCHPAD_SWIPE 

A touchpad swipe gesture event, the current state is determined by its phase field.

This event type was added in 3.18.

TOUCHPAD_PINCH 

A touchpad pinch gesture event, the current state is determined by its phase field.

This event type was added in 3.18.

PAD_BUTTON_PRESS 

A tablet pad button press event.

This event type was added in 3.22.

PAD_BUTTON_RELEASE 

A tablet pad button release event.

This event type was added in 3.22.

PAD_RING 

A tablet pad axis event from a "ring".

This event type was added in 3.22.

PAD_STRIP 

A tablet pad axis event from a "strip".

This event type was added in 3.22.

PAD_GROUP_MODE 

A tablet pad group mode change.

This event type was added in 3.22.

EVENT_LAST 

Marks the end of the GdkEventType enumeration.

Added in 2.18.

Gdk::FrameClockPhase is used to represent the different paint clock phases that can be requested.

The elements of the enumeration correspond to the signals of Gdk::FrameClock.

Since gtkmm 3.24:
Bitwise operators:
FrameClockPhase operator|(FrameClockPhase, FrameClockPhase)

FrameClockPhase operator&(FrameClockPhase, FrameClockPhase)

FrameClockPhase operator^(FrameClockPhase, FrameClockPhase)

FrameClockPhase operator~(FrameClockPhase)

FrameClockPhase& operator|=(FrameClockPhase&, FrameClockPhase)

FrameClockPhase& operator&=(FrameClockPhase&, FrameClockPhase)

FrameClockPhase& operator^=(FrameClockPhase&, FrameClockPhase)

Enumerator
FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_NONE 

No phase.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_FLUSH_EVENTS 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::flush-events.

Should not be handled by applications.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_BEFORE_PAINT 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::before-paint.

Should not be handled by applications.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_UPDATE 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::update.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_LAYOUT 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::layout.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_PAINT 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::paint.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_RESUME_EVENTS 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::resume-events.

Should not be handled by applications.

FRAME_CLOCK_PHASE_AFTER_PAINT 

Corresponds to GdkFrameClock::after-paint.

Should not be handled by applications.

Indicates which monitor (in a multi-head setup) a window should span over when in fullscreen mode.

Since gtkmm 3.8:
Enumerator
FULLSCREEN_ON_CURRENT_MONITOR 

Fullscreen on current monitor only.

FULLSCREEN_ON_ALL_MONITORS 

Span across all monitors when fullscreen.

Defines how device grabs interact with other devices.

Enumerator
OWNERSHIP_NONE 

All other devices’ events are allowed.

OWNERSHIP_WINDOW 

Other devices’ events are blocked for the grab window.

OWNERSHIP_APPLICATION 

Other devices’ events are blocked for the whole application.

Returned by Gdk::Device::grab(), gdk_pointer_grab() and gdk_keyboard_grab() to indicate success or the reason for the failure of the grab attempt.

Enumerator
GRAB_SUCCESS 

The resource was successfully grabbed.

GRAB_ALREADY_GRABBED 

The resource is actively grabbed by another client.

GRAB_INVALID_TIME 

The resource was grabbed more recently than the specified time.

GRAB_NOT_VIEWABLE 

The grab window or the confine_to window are not viewable.

GRAB_FROZEN 

The resource is frozen by an active grab of another client.

GRAB_FAILED 

The grab failed for some other reason.

Since gtkmm 3.16:

An enumeration that describes the mode of an input device.

Enumerator
MODE_DISABLED 

The device is disabled and will not report any events.

MODE_SCREEN 

The device is enabled.

The device’s coordinate space maps to the entire screen.

MODE_WINDOW 

The device is enabled.

The device’s coordinate space is mapped to a single window. The manner in which this window is chosen is undefined, but it will typically be the same way in which the focus window for key events is determined.

An enumeration describing the type of an input device in general terms.

Enumerator
SOURCE_MOUSE 

The device is a mouse.

(This will be reported for the core pointer, even if it is something else, such as a trackball.).

SOURCE_PEN 

The device is a stylus of a graphics tablet or similar device.

SOURCE_ERASER 

The device is an eraser.

Typically, this would be the other end of a stylus on a graphics tablet.

SOURCE_CURSOR 

The device is a graphics tablet “puck” or similar device.

SOURCE_KEYBOARD 

The device is a keyboard.

SOURCE_TOUCHSCREEN 

The device is a direct-input touch device, such as a touchscreen or tablet.

This device type has been added in 3.4.

SOURCE_TOUCHPAD 

The device is an indirect touch device, such as a touchpad.

This device type has been added in 3.4.

SOURCE_TRACKPOINT 

The device is a trackpoint.

This device type has been added in 3.22.

SOURCE_TABLET_PAD 

The device is a "pad", a collection of buttons, rings and strips found in drawing tablets.

This device type has been added in 3.22.

This enumeration describes the different interpolation modes that can be used with the scaling functions.

GDK_INTERP_NEAREST is the fastest scaling method, but has horrible quality when scaling down. GDK_INTERP_BILINEAR is the best choice if you aren't sure what to choose, it has a good speed/quality balance.

Note: Cubic filtering is missing from the list; hyperbolic interpolation is just as fast and results in higher quality.

Enumerator
INTERP_NEAREST 

Nearest neighbor sampling; this is the fastest and lowest quality mode.

Quality is normally unacceptable when scaling down, but may be OK when scaling up.

INTERP_TILES 

This is an accurate simulation of the PostScript image operator without any interpolation enabled.

Each pixel is rendered as a tiny parallelogram of solid color, the edges of which are implemented with antialiasing. It resembles nearest neighbor for enlargement, and bilinear for reduction.

INTERP_BILINEAR 

Best quality/speed balance; use this mode by default.

Bilinear interpolation. For enlargement, it is equivalent to point-sampling the ideal bilinear-interpolated image. For reduction, it is equivalent to laying down small tiles and integrating over the coverage area.

INTERP_HYPER 

This is the slowest and highest quality reconstruction function.

It is derived from the hyperbolic filters in Wolberg's "Digital Image Warping", and is formally defined as the hyperbolic-filter sampling the ideal hyperbolic-filter interpolated image (the filter is designed to be idempotent for 1:1 pixel mapping). Deprecated: this interpolation filter is deprecated, as in reality it has a lower quality than the GDK_INTERP_BILINEAR filter (Since: 2.38).

This enum is used with Gdk::Keymap::get_modifier_mask() in order to determine what modifiers the currently used windowing system backend uses for particular purposes.

For example, on X11/Windows, the Control key is used for invoking menu shortcuts (accelerators), whereas on Apple computers it’s the Command key (which correspond to Gdk::CONTROL_MASK and Gdk::MOD2_MASK, respectively).

Since gtkmm 3.4:
Enumerator
MODIFIER_INTENT_PRIMARY_ACCELERATOR 

The primary modifier used to invoke menu accelerators.

MODIFIER_INTENT_CONTEXT_MENU 

The modifier used to invoke context menus.

Note that mouse button 3 always triggers context menus. When this modifier is not 0, it additionally triggers context menus when used with mouse button 1.

MODIFIER_INTENT_EXTEND_SELECTION 

The modifier used to extend selections using modifier-click or modifier-cursor-key.

MODIFIER_INTENT_MODIFY_SELECTION 

The modifier used to modify selections, which in most cases means toggling the clicked item into or out of the selection.

MODIFIER_INTENT_NO_TEXT_INPUT 

When any of these modifiers is pressed, the key event cannot produce a symbol directly.

This is meant to be used for input methods, and for use cases like typeahead search.

MODIFIER_INTENT_SHIFT_GROUP 

The modifier that switches between keyboard groups (AltGr on X11/Windows and Option/Alt on OS X).

MODIFIER_INTENT_DEFAULT_MOD_MASK 

The set of modifier masks accepted as modifiers in accelerators.

Needed because Command is mapped to MOD2 on OSX, which is widely used, but on X11 MOD2 is NumLock and using that for a mod key is problematic at best. Ref: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=736125.

A set of bit-flags to indicate the state of modifier keys and mouse buttons in various event types.

Typical modifier keys are Shift, Control, Meta, Super, Hyper, Alt, Compose, Apple, CapsLock or ShiftLock.

Like the X Window System, GDK supports 8 modifier keys and 5 mouse buttons.

Since 2.10, GDK recognizes which of the Meta, Super or Hyper keys are mapped to Mod2 - Mod5, and indicates this by setting Gdk::SUPER_MASK, Gdk::HYPER_MASK or Gdk::META_MASK in the state field of key events.

Note that GDK may add internal values to events which include reserved values such as Gdk::MODIFIER_RESERVED_13_MASK. Your code should preserve and ignore them. You can use Gdk::MODIFIER_MASK to remove all reserved values.

Also note that the GDK X backend interprets button press events for button 4-7 as scroll events, so Gdk::BUTTON4_MASK and Gdk::BUTTON5_MASK will never be set.

Bitwise operators:
ModifierType operator|(ModifierType, ModifierType)

ModifierType operator&(ModifierType, ModifierType)

ModifierType operator^(ModifierType, ModifierType)

ModifierType operator~(ModifierType)

ModifierType& operator|=(ModifierType&, ModifierType)

ModifierType& operator&=(ModifierType&, ModifierType)

ModifierType& operator^=(ModifierType&, ModifierType)

Enumerator
SHIFT_MASK 

The Shift key.

LOCK_MASK 

A Lock key (depending on the modifier mapping of the X server this may either be CapsLock or ShiftLock).

CONTROL_MASK 

The Control key.

MOD1_MASK 

The fourth modifier key (it depends on the modifier mapping of the X server which key is interpreted as this modifier, but normally it is the Alt key).

MOD2_MASK 

The fifth modifier key (it depends on the modifier mapping of the X server which key is interpreted as this modifier).

MOD3_MASK 

The sixth modifier key (it depends on the modifier mapping of the X server which key is interpreted as this modifier).

MOD4_MASK 

The seventh modifier key (it depends on the modifier mapping of the X server which key is interpreted as this modifier).

MOD5_MASK 

The eighth modifier key (it depends on the modifier mapping of the X server which key is interpreted as this modifier).

BUTTON1_MASK 

The first mouse button.

BUTTON2_MASK 

The second mouse button.

BUTTON3_MASK 

The third mouse button.

BUTTON4_MASK 

The fourth mouse button.

BUTTON5_MASK 

The fifth mouse button.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_13_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_14_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_15_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_16_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_17_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_18_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_19_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_20_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_21_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_22_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_23_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_24_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

MODIFIER_RESERVED_25_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

SUPER_MASK 

The Super modifier.

Since gtkmm 2.10:
HYPER_MASK 

The Hyper modifier.

Since gtkmm 2.10:
META_MASK 

The Meta modifier.

Since gtkmm 2.10:
MODIFIER_RESERVED_29_MASK 

A reserved bit flag; do not use in your own code.

RELEASE_MASK 

Not used in GDK itself.

GTK+ uses it to differentiate between (keyval, modifiers) pairs from key press and release events.

MODIFIER_MASK 

A mask covering all modifier types.

These values can be passed to gdk_pixbuf_xlib_render_to_drawable_alpha() to control how the alpha channel of an image should be handled.

This function can create a bilevel clipping mask (black and white) and use it while painting the image. In the future, when the X Window System gets an alpha channel extension, it will be possible to do full alpha compositing onto arbitrary drawables. For now both cases fall back to a bilevel clipping mask.

Enumerator
PIXBUF_ALPHA_BILEVEL 

A bilevel clipping mask (black and white) will be created and used to draw the image.

Pixels below 0.5 opacity will be considered fully transparent, and all others will be considered fully opaque.

PIXBUF_ALPHA_FULL 

For now falls back to Gdk::PIXBUF_ALPHA_BILEVEL.

In the future it will do full alpha compositing.

The possible rotations which can be passed to Gdk::Pixbuf::rotate_simple().

To make them easier to use, their numerical values are the actual degrees.

Enumerator
PIXBUF_ROTATE_NONE 

No rotation.

PIXBUF_ROTATE_COUNTERCLOCKWISE 

Rotate by 90 degrees.

PIXBUF_ROTATE_UPSIDEDOWN 

Rotate by 180 degrees.

PIXBUF_ROTATE_CLOCKWISE 

Rotate by 270 degrees.

Flags describing the seat capabilities.

Since gtkmm 3.20:
Bitwise operators:
SeatCapabilities operator|(SeatCapabilities, SeatCapabilities)

SeatCapabilities operator&(SeatCapabilities, SeatCapabilities)

SeatCapabilities operator^(SeatCapabilities, SeatCapabilities)

SeatCapabilities operator~(SeatCapabilities)

SeatCapabilities& operator|=(SeatCapabilities&, SeatCapabilities)

SeatCapabilities& operator&=(SeatCapabilities&, SeatCapabilities)

SeatCapabilities& operator^=(SeatCapabilities&, SeatCapabilities)

Enumerator
SEAT_CAPABILITY_NONE 

No input capabilities.

SEAT_CAPABILITY_POINTER 

The seat has a pointer (e.g.

mouse).

SEAT_CAPABILITY_TOUCH 

The seat has touchscreen(s) attached.

SEAT_CAPABILITY_TABLET_STYLUS 

The seat has drawing tablet(s) attached.

SEAT_CAPABILITY_KEYBOARD 

The seat has keyboard(s) attached.

SEAT_CAPABILITY_ALL_POINTING 

The union of all pointing capabilities.

SEAT_CAPABILITY_ALL 

The union of all capabilities.

Enumerator
OK 
ERROR 
ERROR_PARAM 
ERROR_FILE 
ERROR_MEM 

This enumeration describes how the red, green and blue components of physical pixels on an output device are laid out.

Since gtkmm 3.22:
Enumerator
SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_UNKNOWN 

The layout is not known.

SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_NONE 

Not organized in this way.

SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_HORIZONTAL_RGB 

The layout is horizontal, the order is RGB.

SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_HORIZONTAL_BGR 

The layout is horizontal, the order is BGR.

SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_VERTICAL_RGB 

The layout is vertical, the order is RGB.

SUBPIXEL_LAYOUT_VERTICAL_BGR 

The layout is vertical, the order is BGR.

A set of values that describe the manner in which the pixel values for a visual are converted into RGB values for display.

Enumerator
VISUAL_STATIC_GRAY 

Each pixel value indexes a grayscale value directly.

VISUAL_GRAYSCALE 

Each pixel is an index into a color map that maps pixel values into grayscale values.

The color map can be changed by an application.

VISUAL_STATIC_COLOR 

Each pixel value is an index into a predefined, unmodifiable color map that maps pixel values into RGB values.

VISUAL_PSEUDO_COLOR 

Each pixel is an index into a color map that maps pixel values into rgb values.

The color map can be changed by an application.

VISUAL_TRUE_COLOR 

Each pixel value directly contains red, green, and blue components.

Use Gdk::Visual::get_red_pixel_details(), etc, to obtain information about how the components are assembled into a pixel value.

VISUAL_DIRECT_COLOR 

Each pixel value contains red, green, and blue components as for Gdk::VISUAL_TRUE_COLOR, but the components are mapped via a color table into the final output table instead of being converted directly.

Used to indicate which fields in the Gdk::WindowAttr struct should be honored.

For example, if you filled in the “cursor” and “x” fields of Gdk::WindowAttr, pass “ GDK_WA_X | GDK_WA_CURSOR” to Gdk::Window::new(). Fields in Gdk::WindowAttr not covered by a bit in this enum are required; for example, the width/ height, wclass, and window_type fields are required, they have no corresponding flag in Gdk::WindowAttributesType.

Bitwise operators:
WindowAttributesType operator|(WindowAttributesType, WindowAttributesType)

WindowAttributesType operator&(WindowAttributesType, WindowAttributesType)

WindowAttributesType operator^(WindowAttributesType, WindowAttributesType)

WindowAttributesType operator~(WindowAttributesType)

WindowAttributesType& operator|=(WindowAttributesType&, WindowAttributesType)

WindowAttributesType& operator&=(WindowAttributesType&, WindowAttributesType)

WindowAttributesType& operator^=(WindowAttributesType&, WindowAttributesType)

Enumerator
WA_TITLE 

Honor the title field.

WA_X 

Honor the X coordinate field.

WA_Y 

Honor the Y coordinate field.

WA_CURSOR 

Honor the cursor field.

WA_VISUAL 

Honor the visual field.

WA_WMCLASS 

Honor the wmclass_class and wmclass_name fields.

WA_NOREDIR 

Honor the override_redirect field.

WA_TYPE_HINT 

Honor the type_hint field.

Determines a window edge or corner.

Enumerator
WINDOW_EDGE_NORTH_WEST 

The top left corner.

WINDOW_EDGE_NORTH 

The top edge.

WINDOW_EDGE_NORTH_EAST 

The top right corner.

WINDOW_EDGE_WEST 

The left edge.

WINDOW_EDGE_EAST 

The right edge.

WINDOW_EDGE_SOUTH_WEST 

The lower left corner.

WINDOW_EDGE_SOUTH 

The lower edge.

WINDOW_EDGE_SOUTH_EAST 

The lower right corner.

Used to indicate which fields of a Gdk::Geometry struct should be paid attention to.

Also, the presence/absence of GDK_HINT_POS, GDK_HINT_USER_POS, and GDK_HINT_USER_SIZE is significant, though they don't directly refer to Gdk::Geometry fields. GDK_HINT_USER_POS will be set automatically by Gtk::Window if you call gtk_window_move(). GDK_HINT_USER_POS and GDK_HINT_USER_SIZE should be set if the user specified a size/position using a –geometry command-line argument; gtk_window_parse_geometry() automatically sets these flags.

Bitwise operators:
WindowHints operator|(WindowHints, WindowHints)

WindowHints operator&(WindowHints, WindowHints)

WindowHints operator^(WindowHints, WindowHints)

WindowHints operator~(WindowHints)

WindowHints& operator|=(WindowHints&, WindowHints)

WindowHints& operator&=(WindowHints&, WindowHints)

WindowHints& operator^=(WindowHints&, WindowHints)

Enumerator
HINT_POS 

Indicates that the program has positioned the window.

HINT_MIN_SIZE 

Min size fields are set.

HINT_MAX_SIZE 

Max size fields are set.

HINT_BASE_SIZE 

Base size fields are set.

HINT_ASPECT 

Aspect ratio fields are set.

HINT_RESIZE_INC 

Resize increment fields are set.

HINT_WIN_GRAVITY 

Window gravity field is set.

HINT_USER_POS 

Indicates that the window’s position was explicitly set by the user.

HINT_USER_SIZE 

Indicates that the window’s size was explicitly set by the user.

Specifies the state of a toplevel window.

Bitwise operators:
WindowState operator|(WindowState, WindowState)

WindowState operator&(WindowState, WindowState)

WindowState operator^(WindowState, WindowState)

WindowState operator~(WindowState)

WindowState& operator|=(WindowState&, WindowState)

WindowState& operator&=(WindowState&, WindowState)

WindowState& operator^=(WindowState&, WindowState)

Enumerator
WINDOW_STATE_WITHDRAWN 

The window is not shown.

WINDOW_STATE_ICONIFIED 

The window is minimized.

WINDOW_STATE_MAXIMIZED 

The window is maximized.

WINDOW_STATE_STICKY 

The window is sticky.

WINDOW_STATE_FULLSCREEN 

The window is maximized without decorations.

WINDOW_STATE_ABOVE 

The window is kept above other windows.

WINDOW_STATE_BELOW 

The window is kept below other windows.

WINDOW_STATE_FOCUSED 

The window is presented as focused (with active decorations).

WINDOW_STATE_TILED 

The window is in a tiled state, Since 3.10.

Since 3.22.23, this is deprecated in favor of per-edge information.

WINDOW_STATE_TOP_TILED 

Whether the top edge is tiled,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_TOP_RESIZABLE 

Whether the top edge is resizable,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_RIGHT_TILED 

Whether the right edge is tiled,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_RIGHT_RESIZABLE 

Whether the right edge is resizable,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_BOTTOM_TILED 

Whether the bottom edge is tiled,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_BOTTOM_RESIZABLE 

Whether the bottom edge is resizable,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_LEFT_TILED 

Whether the left edge is tiled,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:
WINDOW_STATE_LEFT_RESIZABLE 

Whether the left edge is resizable,.

Since gtkmm 3.22.23:

Describes the kind of window.

A Gtk::Window can be one of these types.

Most things you’d consider a “window” should have type Gtk::WINDOW_TOPLEVEL; windows with this type are managed by the window manager and have a frame by default (call Gtk::Window::set_decorated() to toggle the frame). Windows with type Gtk::WINDOW_POPUP are ignored by the window manager; window manager keybindings won’t work on them, the window manager won’t decorate the window with a frame, many GTK+ features that rely on the window manager will not work (e.g. resize grips and maximization/minimization). Gtk::WINDOW_POPUP is used to implement widgets such as Gtk::Menu or tooltips that you normally don’t think of as windows per se. Nearly all windows should be Gtk::WINDOW_TOPLEVEL. In particular, do not use Gtk::WINDOW_POPUP just to turn off the window borders; use Gtk::Window::set_decorated() for that.

Enumerator
WINDOW_ROOT 

Root window; this window has no parent, covers the entire screen, and is created by the window system.

WINDOW_TOPLEVEL 

Toplevel window (used to implement Gtk::Window).

WINDOW_CHILD 

Child window (used to implement e.g.

Gtk::Entry).

WINDOW_TEMP 

Override redirect temporary window (used to implement Gtk::Menu).

WINDOW_FOREIGN 

Foreign window (see gdk_window_foreign_new()).

WINDOW_OFFSCREEN 

Offscreen window (see [Offscreen Windows][OFFSCREEN-WINDOWS]).

Since gtkmm 2.18:
WINDOW_SUBSURFACE 

Subsurface-based window; This window is visually tied to a toplevel, and is moved/stacked with it.

Currently this window type is only implemented in Wayland.

Since gtkmm 3.14:

These are hints for the window manager that indicate what type of function the window has.

The window manager can use this when determining decoration and behaviour of the window. The hint must be set before mapping the window.

See the Extended Window Manager Hints specification for more details about window types.

Enumerator
WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_NORMAL 

Normal toplevel window.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DIALOG 

Dialog window.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_MENU 

Window used to implement a menu; GTK+ uses this hint only for torn-off menus, see Gtk::TearoffMenuItem.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_TOOLBAR 

Window used to implement toolbars.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_SPLASHSCREEN 

Window used to display a splash screen during application startup.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_UTILITY 

Utility windows which are not detached toolbars or dialogs.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DOCK 

Used for creating dock or panel windows.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DESKTOP 

Used for creating the desktop background window.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DROPDOWN_MENU 

A menu that belongs to a menubar.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_POPUP_MENU 

A menu that does not belong to a menubar, e.g.

a context menu.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_TOOLTIP 

A tooltip.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_NOTIFICATION 

A notification - typically a “bubble” that belongs to a status icon.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_COMBO 

A popup from a combo box.

WINDOW_TYPE_HINT_DND 

A window that is used to implement a DND cursor.

These are hints originally defined by the Motif toolkit.

The window manager can use them when determining how to decorate the window. The hint must be set before mapping the window.

Bitwise operators:
WMDecoration operator|(WMDecoration, WMDecoration)

WMDecoration operator&(WMDecoration, WMDecoration)

WMDecoration operator^(WMDecoration, WMDecoration)

WMDecoration operator~(WMDecoration)

WMDecoration& operator|=(WMDecoration&, WMDecoration)

WMDecoration& operator&=(WMDecoration&, WMDecoration)

WMDecoration& operator^=(WMDecoration&, WMDecoration)

Enumerator
DECOR_ALL 

All decorations should be applied.

DECOR_BORDER 

A frame should be drawn around the window.

DECOR_RESIZEH 

The frame should have resize handles.

DECOR_TITLE 

A titlebar should be placed above the window.

DECOR_MENU 

A button for opening a menu should be included.

DECOR_MINIMIZE 

A minimize button should be included.

DECOR_MAXIMIZE 

A maximize button should be included.

These are hints originally defined by the Motif toolkit.

The window manager can use them when determining the functions to offer for the window. The hint must be set before mapping the window.

Bitwise operators:
WMFunction operator|(WMFunction, WMFunction)

WMFunction operator&(WMFunction, WMFunction)

WMFunction operator^(WMFunction, WMFunction)

WMFunction operator~(WMFunction)

WMFunction& operator|=(WMFunction&, WMFunction)

WMFunction& operator&=(WMFunction&, WMFunction)

WMFunction& operator^=(WMFunction&, WMFunction)

Enumerator
FUNC_ALL 

All functions should be offered.

FUNC_RESIZE 

The window should be resizable.

FUNC_MOVE 

The window should be movable.

FUNC_MINIMIZE 

The window should be minimizable.

FUNC_MAXIMIZE 

The window should be maximizable.

FUNC_CLOSE 

The window should be closable.

Function Documentation

SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator& ( SeatCapabilities  lhs,
SeatCapabilities  rhs 
)
inline
DragAction Gdk::operator& ( DragAction  lhs,
DragAction  rhs 
)
inline
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator& ( FrameClockPhase  lhs,
FrameClockPhase  rhs 
)
inline
WindowState Gdk::operator& ( WindowState  lhs,
WindowState  rhs 
)
inline
EventMask Gdk::operator& ( EventMask  lhs,
EventMask  rhs 
)
inline
ModifierType Gdk::operator& ( ModifierType  lhs,
ModifierType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator& ( WindowAttributesType  lhs,
WindowAttributesType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowHints Gdk::operator& ( WindowHints  lhs,
WindowHints  rhs 
)
inline
AxisFlags Gdk::operator& ( AxisFlags  lhs,
AxisFlags  rhs 
)
inline
WMDecoration Gdk::operator& ( WMDecoration  lhs,
WMDecoration  rhs 
)
inline
WMFunction Gdk::operator& ( WMFunction  lhs,
WMFunction  rhs 
)
inline
AnchorHints Gdk::operator& ( AnchorHints  lhs,
AnchorHints  rhs 
)
inline
SeatCapabilities& Gdk::operator&= ( SeatCapabilities lhs,
SeatCapabilities  rhs 
)
inline
DragAction& Gdk::operator&= ( DragAction lhs,
DragAction  rhs 
)
inline
FrameClockPhase& Gdk::operator&= ( FrameClockPhase lhs,
FrameClockPhase  rhs 
)
inline
WindowState& Gdk::operator&= ( WindowState lhs,
WindowState  rhs 
)
inline
EventMask& Gdk::operator&= ( EventMask lhs,
EventMask  rhs 
)
inline
ModifierType& Gdk::operator&= ( ModifierType lhs,
ModifierType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowAttributesType& Gdk::operator&= ( WindowAttributesType lhs,
WindowAttributesType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowHints& Gdk::operator&= ( WindowHints lhs,
WindowHints  rhs 
)
inline
AxisFlags& Gdk::operator&= ( AxisFlags lhs,
AxisFlags  rhs 
)
inline
WMDecoration& Gdk::operator&= ( WMDecoration lhs,
WMDecoration  rhs 
)
inline
WMFunction& Gdk::operator&= ( WMFunction lhs,
WMFunction  rhs 
)
inline
AnchorHints& Gdk::operator&= ( AnchorHints lhs,
AnchorHints  rhs 
)
inline
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator^ ( SeatCapabilities  lhs,
SeatCapabilities  rhs 
)
inline
DragAction Gdk::operator^ ( DragAction  lhs,
DragAction  rhs 
)
inline
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator^ ( FrameClockPhase  lhs,
FrameClockPhase  rhs 
)
inline
WindowState Gdk::operator^ ( WindowState  lhs,
WindowState  rhs 
)
inline
EventMask Gdk::operator^ ( EventMask  lhs,
EventMask  rhs 
)
inline
ModifierType Gdk::operator^ ( ModifierType  lhs,
ModifierType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator^ ( WindowAttributesType  lhs,
WindowAttributesType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowHints Gdk::operator^ ( WindowHints  lhs,
WindowHints  rhs 
)
inline
AxisFlags Gdk::operator^ ( AxisFlags  lhs,
AxisFlags  rhs 
)
inline
WMDecoration Gdk::operator^ ( WMDecoration  lhs,
WMDecoration  rhs 
)
inline
WMFunction Gdk::operator^ ( WMFunction  lhs,
WMFunction  rhs 
)
inline
AnchorHints Gdk::operator^ ( AnchorHints  lhs,
AnchorHints  rhs 
)
inline
SeatCapabilities& Gdk::operator^= ( SeatCapabilities lhs,
SeatCapabilities  rhs 
)
inline
DragAction& Gdk::operator^= ( DragAction lhs,
DragAction  rhs 
)
inline
FrameClockPhase& Gdk::operator^= ( FrameClockPhase lhs,
FrameClockPhase  rhs 
)
inline
WindowState& Gdk::operator^= ( WindowState lhs,
WindowState  rhs 
)
inline
EventMask& Gdk::operator^= ( EventMask lhs,
EventMask  rhs 
)
inline
ModifierType& Gdk::operator^= ( ModifierType lhs,
ModifierType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowAttributesType& Gdk::operator^= ( WindowAttributesType lhs,
WindowAttributesType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowHints& Gdk::operator^= ( WindowHints lhs,
WindowHints  rhs 
)
inline
AxisFlags& Gdk::operator^= ( AxisFlags lhs,
AxisFlags  rhs 
)
inline
WMDecoration& Gdk::operator^= ( WMDecoration lhs,
WMDecoration  rhs 
)
inline
WMFunction& Gdk::operator^= ( WMFunction lhs,
WMFunction  rhs 
)
inline
AnchorHints& Gdk::operator^= ( AnchorHints lhs,
AnchorHints  rhs 
)
inline
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator| ( SeatCapabilities  lhs,
SeatCapabilities  rhs 
)
inline
DragAction Gdk::operator| ( DragAction  lhs,
DragAction  rhs 
)
inline
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator| ( FrameClockPhase  lhs,
FrameClockPhase  rhs 
)
inline
WindowState Gdk::operator| ( WindowState  lhs,
WindowState  rhs 
)
inline
EventMask Gdk::operator| ( EventMask  lhs,
EventMask  rhs 
)
inline
ModifierType Gdk::operator| ( ModifierType  lhs,
ModifierType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator| ( WindowAttributesType  lhs,
WindowAttributesType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowHints Gdk::operator| ( WindowHints  lhs,
WindowHints  rhs 
)
inline
AxisFlags Gdk::operator| ( AxisFlags  lhs,
AxisFlags  rhs 
)
inline
WMDecoration Gdk::operator| ( WMDecoration  lhs,
WMDecoration  rhs 
)
inline
WMFunction Gdk::operator| ( WMFunction  lhs,
WMFunction  rhs 
)
inline
AnchorHints Gdk::operator| ( AnchorHints  lhs,
AnchorHints  rhs 
)
inline
SeatCapabilities& Gdk::operator|= ( SeatCapabilities lhs,
SeatCapabilities  rhs 
)
inline
DragAction& Gdk::operator|= ( DragAction lhs,
DragAction  rhs 
)
inline
FrameClockPhase& Gdk::operator|= ( FrameClockPhase lhs,
FrameClockPhase  rhs 
)
inline
WindowState& Gdk::operator|= ( WindowState lhs,
WindowState  rhs 
)
inline
EventMask& Gdk::operator|= ( EventMask lhs,
EventMask  rhs 
)
inline
ModifierType& Gdk::operator|= ( ModifierType lhs,
ModifierType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowAttributesType& Gdk::operator|= ( WindowAttributesType lhs,
WindowAttributesType  rhs 
)
inline
WindowHints& Gdk::operator|= ( WindowHints lhs,
WindowHints  rhs 
)
inline
AxisFlags& Gdk::operator|= ( AxisFlags lhs,
AxisFlags  rhs 
)
inline
WMDecoration& Gdk::operator|= ( WMDecoration lhs,
WMDecoration  rhs 
)
inline
WMFunction& Gdk::operator|= ( WMFunction lhs,
WMFunction  rhs 
)
inline
AnchorHints& Gdk::operator|= ( AnchorHints lhs,
AnchorHints  rhs 
)
inline
SeatCapabilities Gdk::operator~ ( SeatCapabilities  flags)
inline
DragAction Gdk::operator~ ( DragAction  flags)
inline
FrameClockPhase Gdk::operator~ ( FrameClockPhase  flags)
inline
WindowState Gdk::operator~ ( WindowState  flags)
inline
EventMask Gdk::operator~ ( EventMask  flags)
inline
ModifierType Gdk::operator~ ( ModifierType  flags)
inline
WindowAttributesType Gdk::operator~ ( WindowAttributesType  flags)
inline
WindowHints Gdk::operator~ ( WindowHints  flags)
inline
AxisFlags Gdk::operator~ ( AxisFlags  flags)
inline
WMDecoration Gdk::operator~ ( WMDecoration  flags)
inline
WMFunction Gdk::operator~ ( WMFunction  flags)
inline
AnchorHints Gdk::operator~ ( AnchorHints  flags)
inline