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Old 07-07-2008, 06:14 AM   #1
vishudh
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how can I pass widget as argument to callback functions in glade


I am trying to create an editor in glade.So, I want to change the content of a Gtktext widget when a button is clicked.Both the text and button are children of diffrent windows. The problem is, I cannot access the text widget from the callback function of the button.what is the solution to get the text widget on "clicked" callback of the button? Please help me
 
  


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