Struct gtk4::CellRendererToggle[][src]

pub struct CellRendererToggle(_);
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Renders a toggle button in a cell

CellRendererToggle renders a toggle button in a cell. The button is drawn as a radio or a checkbutton, depending on the property::CellRendererToggle::radio property. When activated, it emits the signal::CellRendererToggle::toggled signal.

Implements

CellRendererExt, glib::ObjectExt, CellRendererExtManual

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Creates a new CellRendererToggle. Adjust rendering parameters using object properties. Object properties can be set globally (with g_object_set()). Also, with TreeViewColumn, you can bind a property to a value in a TreeModel. For example, you can bind the “active” property on the cell renderer to a boolean value in the model, thus causing the check button to reflect the state of the model.

Returns

the new cell renderer

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

This method returns an instance of CellRendererToggleBuilder which can be used to create CellRendererToggle objects.

Returns whether the cell renderer is activatable. See set_activatable().

Returns

true if the cell renderer is activatable.

Returns whether the cell renderer is active. See set_active().

Returns

true if the cell renderer is active.

Returns whether we’re rendering radio toggles rather than checkboxes.

Returns

true if we’re rendering radio toggles rather than checkboxes

Makes the cell renderer activatable.

setting

the value to set.

Activates or deactivates a cell renderer.

setting

the value to set.

If radio is true, the cell renderer renders a radio toggle (i.e. a toggle in a group of mutually-exclusive toggles). If false, it renders a check toggle (a standalone boolean option). This can be set globally for the cell renderer, or changed just before rendering each cell in the model (for TreeView, you set up a per-row setting using TreeViewColumn to associate model columns with cell renderer properties).

radio

true to make the toggle look like a radio button

The ::toggled signal is emitted when the cell is toggled.

It is the responsibility of the application to update the model with the correct value to store at path. Often this is simply the opposite of the value currently stored at path.

path

string representation of TreePath describing the event location

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