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    Add note about GtkMenuPositionFunc API changes. · 814957b4
    Alexander Larsson authored
    2000-11-08  Alexander Larsson  <alexl@redhat.com>
    
    	* docs/Changes-2.0.txt: Add note about GtkMenuPositionFunc
    	API changes.
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenu.c: Add support for scrolling menus.
    	Remove gtk_menu_append/prepend/insert, these have been moved to
    	gtkcompat.h as #defines.
    
    	* gtk/gtkcompat.h.in:
    	Add compatibility #defines for gtk_menu_append/prepend/insert
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenu.h: Add data needed for scrolling menus.
    	GtkMenuPositionFunc gets an extra argument push_in.
    	gtk_menu_append/prepend/insert removed.
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenuitem.c (gtk_menu_item_position_menu): Change menu
    	positioning behaviour to fit to scrolling menus.
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenuitem.c (gtk_menu_item_forall): Don't recurse
    	into menuitem->submeny. That is wrong, and broke torn
    	off submenus of torn off menus, since they were unrealized
    	when the first menu was unrealized.
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenushell.[ch]: Virtualize gtk_menu_shell_insert() and
    	gtk_menu_shell_select_item() since these need to be overridden in
    	GtkMenu.
    
    	* gtk/gtkoptionmenu.c (gtk_opttion_menu_position): Change menu
    	positioning behaviour to fit to scrolling menus.
    	(gtk_option_menu_key_press, gtk_option_menu_button_press): Select
    	the current item so that it is prelighted when the menu pops up.
    	This is a workaround to the fact that the menu doesn't get the
    	initial enter event (due to grabs).
    
    	* gtk/gtkfilesel.c, gtk/gtkinputdialog.c, gtk/testgtk.c:
    	s/gtk_menu_append/gtk_menu_shell_append/
    
    	* gtk/gtknotebook.c:
    	s/gtk_menu_insert/gtk_menu_shell_insert/
    
    	* gtk/testgtk.c (create_menu, create_menus):
    	Create the first menu with 50 items so that menu scrolling
    	can be tested.
    
    
    	Patch from Jonathan Blandford  <jrb@redhat.com>
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenuitem.[ch] (gtk_menu_item_toggle_size_request): new
    	system to handle size requests.  First, we ask what the size of
    	the toggle is.  Then, when allocating the size, we allocate the
    	toggle_size first.  This way we can have multiple menu-item
    	classes w/o needing a seperate class for each.
    
    	* gtk/gtkmenu.c (gtk_menu_size_request): Actually use the new system.
    	* gtk/gtkmenu.c (gtk_menu_size_allocate): Use the new system.
    
    	* gtk/gtkcheckmenuitem.c
    	(gtk_check_menu_item_toggle_size_request): New function to handle
    	the toggle size-request.
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