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    • Kristian Rietveld's avatar
      Clip to cell_area when rendering cell content · a28c11a2
      Kristian Rietveld authored
      This fixes a GTK+ 3.0 regression.  In GTK+ 2, the render method
      on GtkCellRenderer had a expose_area parameter, typically set to
      cell_area.  This parameter was used for clipping cell content to be
      rendered to the cell area (and thus clipping to within the focus
      rectangle).  During the rendering clean up this parameter was removed
      and no clipping put back into place.
      
      Since expose_area was usually equal to cell_area anyway, it does not make
      sense to reintroduce the expose_area parameter.  Instead, we do clipping at
      two levels:
       - in gtk_cell_renderer_render() we clip to background_area.  We cannot
      clip to cell_area here because we want to allow cell renderers to
      render in the background area (e.g. background color/effect).
       - cell renderers should clip to clip_area when rendering cell
      content individually (as they had to individually clip to expose_region
      before).
      a28c11a2
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