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GTK: rebuilding tables whose contents have changed.

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This is for a tool I'm developing for my personal game dev. I've searched what few GTK+ forums I could find and had no luck, and no replies. I've always gotten help here for just about everything, so I'm hoping yet again this beautiful site will come thru for me =) My application has multiple windows that will be used to sort objects (represented by images within event boxes); the intention is that objects can be dragged from one window and dropped into another, and that the tables within each will update to reflect this. As far as I understand it, GTK tables are not designed to do this (as there is no "remove" function call in the table subset). I dug thru docs and forums and found no way to do this that seemed the correct way, and no other container class seems fit for the job. I would really appreciate any advice you have to offer me. Thank you in advance for your time.

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*bump*

Just once to see if I get lucky (though I've a feeling my luck is passed on this particular problem).

I really have no desire to recode this thing from the ground up, or (worse yet) write my own windowing library. If anyone can suggest a fix for this or even a more friendly and functional and better documented GTK-type lib, I'd forever be in your debt. (Target system is Mac, but ultimately it will need to be cross platform.)

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I haven't had any experience with GTK so I can't compare, but FLTK and wxWidgets are both very good and easy to use portable libraries.

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