How do you control size and placement of widgets in table under gtk
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The problem is that the button is the same size as the calendar and the combo box is centered. I want to control the size and placements of the widgets(combo box & button) inside the table. Knowing me I'm going about it all wrong and the table may not be my best option but I'm planning on putting about 9 widgets inside the table(window). Maybe I've explained this well enough. I'm an example kind of person so if you don't mind that would best help me.
Your table must not be homogeneous, so the third parameter of gtk_table_new must be FALSE:
table = gtk_table_new(3, 3, FALSE);
You're using gtk_table_attach_default(), so, by default, GtkAttachOptions at xoptions and yoptions will be GTK_EXPAND and GTK_FILL. This will cause the attached widgets to expand to fill all the space allocated to it.
To archive your goal, you must use 0 as xoptions and yoptions. So, you should use gtk_table_attach(). I did this: