#[repr(transparent)]
pub struct PrintUnixDialog { /* private fields */ }
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PrintUnixDialog implements a print dialog for platforms which don’t provide a native print dialog, like Unix.

An example GtkPrintUnixDialog

It can be used very much like any other GTK dialog, at the cost of the portability offered by the high-level printing API with PrintOperation.

In order to print something with PrintUnixDialog, you need to use selected_printer() to obtain a Printer object and use it to construct a PrintJob using PrintJob::new().

PrintUnixDialog uses the following response values:

GtkPrintUnixDialog as GtkBuildable

The PrintUnixDialog implementation of the Buildable interface exposes its @notebook internal children with the name “notebook”.

An example of a PrintUnixDialog UI definition fragment:

<object class="GtkPrintUnixDialog" id="dialog1">
  <child internal-child="notebook">
    <object class="GtkNotebook" id="notebook">
      <child>
        <object type="GtkNotebookPage">
          <property name="tab_expand">False</property>
          <property name="tab_fill">False</property>
          <property name="tab">
            <object class="GtkLabel" id="tablabel">
              <property name="label">Tab label</property>
            </object>
          </property>
          <property name="child">
            <object class="GtkLabel" id="tabcontent">
              <property name="label">Content on notebook tab</property>
            </object>
          </property>
        </object>
      </child>
    </object>
  </child>
</object>

CSS nodes

PrintUnixDialog has a single CSS node with name window. The style classes dialog and print are added.

Implements

DialogExt, GtkWindowExt, WidgetExt, glib::ObjectExt, AccessibleExt, BuildableExt, ConstraintTargetExt, NativeExt, RootExt, ShortcutManagerExt, DialogExtManual, WidgetExtManual, AccessibleExtManual

Implementations

Available on Linux only.

Creates a new PrintUnixDialog.

title

Title of the dialog

parent

Transient parent of the dialog

Returns

a new PrintUnixDialog

Available on Linux only.

Creates a new builder-pattern struct instance to construct PrintUnixDialog objects.

This method returns an instance of PrintUnixDialogBuilder which can be used to create PrintUnixDialog objects.

Available on Linux only.

Adds a custom tab to the print dialog.

child

the widget to put in the custom tab

tab_label

the widget to use as tab label

Available on Linux only.

Gets the current page of the PrintUnixDialog.

Returns

the current page of @self

Available on Linux only.

Gets whether to embed the page setup.

Returns

whether to embed the page setup

Available on Linux only.

Gets whether there is a selection.

Returns

whether there is a selection

Available on Linux only.

Gets the capabilities that have been set on this PrintUnixDialog.

Returns

the printing capabilities

Available on Linux only.

Gets the page setup that is used by the PrintUnixDialog.

Returns

the page setup of @self.

Available on Linux only.

Gets whether a page setup was set by the user.

Returns

whether a page setup was set by user.

Available on Linux only.

Gets the currently selected printer.

Returns

the currently selected printer

Available on Linux only.

Gets a new PrintSettings object that represents the current values in the print dialog.

Note that this creates a new object, and you need to unref it if don’t want to keep it.

Returns

a new PrintSettings object with the values from @self

Available on Linux only.

Gets whether the print dialog allows user to print a selection.

Returns

whether the application supports print of selection

Available on Linux only.

Sets the current page number.

If @current_page is not -1, this enables the current page choice for the range of pages to print.

current_page

the current page number.

Available on Linux only.

Embed page size combo box and orientation combo box into page setup page.

embed

embed page setup selection

Available on Linux only.

Sets whether a selection exists.

has_selection

true indicates that a selection exists

Available on Linux only.

This lets you specify the printing capabilities your application supports.

For instance, if you can handle scaling the output then you pass PrintCapabilities::SCALE. If you don’t pass that, then the dialog will only let you select the scale if the printing system automatically handles scaling.

capabilities

the printing capabilities of your application

Available on Linux only.

Sets the page setup of the PrintUnixDialog.

page_setup

a PageSetup

Available on Linux only.

Sets the PrintSettings for the PrintUnixDialog.

Typically, this is used to restore saved print settings from a previous print operation before the print dialog is shown.

settings

a PrintSettings

Available on Linux only.

Sets whether the print dialog allows user to print a selection.

support_selection

true to allow print selection

Available on Linux only.

The PrintSettings object used for this dialog.

Available on Linux only.

The PrintSettings object used for this dialog.

Available on Linux only.
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