pub struct FontChooserDialogBuilder { /* private fields */ }
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A builder-pattern type to construct FontChooserDialog objects.

Implementations

Build the FontChooserDialog.

true if the dialog uses a headerbar for action buttons instead of the action-area.

For technical reasons, this property is declared as an integer property, but you should only set it to true or false.

Creating a dialog with headerbar

Builtin Dialog subclasses such as ColorChooserDialog set this property according to platform conventions (using the property::Settings::gtk-dialogs-use-header setting).

Here is how you can achieve the same:

⚠️ The following code is in c ⚠️

g_object_get (settings, "gtk-dialogs-use-header", &header, NULL);
dialog = g_object_new (GTK_TYPE_DIALOG, header, TRUE, NULL);

The Application associated with the window.

The application will be kept alive for at least as long as it has any windows associated with it (see g_application_hold() for a way to keep it alive without windows).

Normally, the connection between the application and the window will remain until the window is destroyed, but you can explicitly remove it by setting the :application property to None.

The child widget.

Whether the window should have a frame (also known as decorations).

The default height of the window.

The default widget.

The default width of the window.

Whether the window frame should have a close button.

If this window should be destroyed when the parent is destroyed.

The display that will display this window.

Whether ‘focus rectangles’ are currently visible in this window.

This property is maintained by GTK based on user input and should not be set by applications.

The focus widget.

Whether the window is fullscreen.

Setting this property is the equivalent of calling GtkWindowExt::fullscreen() or GtkWindowExt::unfullscreen(); either operation is asynchronous, which means you will need to connect to the ::notify signal in order to know whether the operation was successful.

This is supported on crate feature v4_2 only.

Whether the window frame should handle F10 for activating menubars.

If this window should be hidden when the users clicks the close button.

Specifies the name of the themed icon to use as the window icon.

See IconTheme for more details.

Whether the window is maximized.

Setting this property is the equivalent of calling GtkWindowExt::maximize() or GtkWindowExt::unmaximize(); either operation is asynchronous, which means you will need to connect to the ::notify signal in order to know whether the operation was successful.

Whether mnemonics are currently visible in this window.

This property is maintained by GTK based on user input, and should not be set by applications.

If true, the window is modal.

If true, users can resize the window.

A write-only property for setting window’s startup notification identifier.

The title of the window.

This is supported on crate feature v4_6 only.

The titlebar widget.

The transient parent of the window.

Whether the widget or any of its descendents can accept the input focus.

This property is meant to be set by widget implementations, typically in their instance init function.

Whether the widget can receive pointer events.

A list of css classes applied to this widget.

The name of this widget in the CSS tree.

This property is meant to be set by widget implementations, typically in their instance init function.

The cursor used by @widget.

Whether the widget should grab focus when it is clicked with the mouse.

This property is only relevant for widgets that can take focus.

Whether this widget itself will accept the input focus.

How to distribute horizontal space if widget gets extra space.

Enables or disables the emission of the ::query-tooltip signal on @widget.

A value of true indicates that @widget can have a tooltip, in this case the widget will be queried using signal::Widget::query-tooltip to determine whether it will provide a tooltip or not.

Override for height request of the widget.

If this is -1, the natural request will be used.

Whether to expand horizontally.

Whether to use the hexpand property.

The LayoutManager instance to use to compute the preferred size of the widget, and allocate its children.

This property is meant to be set by widget implementations, typically in their instance init function.

Margin on bottom side of widget.

This property adds margin outside of the widget’s normal size request, the margin will be added in addition to the size from WidgetExt::set_size_request() for example.

Margin on end of widget, horizontally.

This property supports left-to-right and right-to-left text directions.

This property adds margin outside of the widget’s normal size request, the margin will be added in addition to the size from WidgetExt::set_size_request() for example.

Margin on start of widget, horizontally.

This property supports left-to-right and right-to-left text directions.

This property adds margin outside of the widget’s normal size request, the margin will be added in addition to the size from WidgetExt::set_size_request() for example.

Margin on top side of widget.

This property adds margin outside of the widget’s normal size request, the margin will be added in addition to the size from WidgetExt::set_size_request() for example.

The name of the widget.

The requested opacity of the widget.

How content outside the widget’s content area is treated.

This property is meant to be set by widget implementations, typically in their instance init function.

Whether the widget will receive the default action when it is focused.

Whether the widget responds to input.

Sets the text of tooltip to be the given string, which is marked up with Pango markup.

Also see Tooltip::set_markup().

This is a convenience property which will take care of getting the tooltip shown if the given string is not None: property::Widget::has-tooltip will automatically be set to true and there will be taken care of signal::Widget::query-tooltip in the default signal handler.

Note that if both property::Widget::tooltip-text and property::Widget::tooltip-markup are set, the last one wins.

Sets the text of tooltip to be the given string.

Also see Tooltip::set_text().

This is a convenience property which will take care of getting the tooltip shown if the given string is not None: property::Widget::has-tooltip will automatically be set to true and there will be taken care of signal::Widget::query-tooltip in the default signal handler.

Note that if both property::Widget::tooltip-text and property::Widget::tooltip-markup are set, the last one wins.

How to distribute vertical space if widget gets extra space.

Whether to expand vertically.

Whether to use the vexpand property.

Whether the widget is visible.

Override for width request of the widget.

If this is -1, the natural request will be used.

The accessible role of the given Accessible implementation.

The accessible role cannot be changed once set.

The font description as a string, e.g. “Sans Italic 12”.

The font description as a pango::FontDescription.

The language for which the font features were selected.

The level of granularity to offer for selecting fonts.

The string with which to preview the font.

source

pub fn show_preview_entry(self, show_preview_entry: bool) -> Self

Whether to show an entry to change the preview text.

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