GObject ╰── GtkWindowGroup
A GtkWindowGroup restricts the effect of grabs to windows in the same group, thereby making window groups almost behave like separate applications.
A window can be a member in at most one window group at a time. Windows that have not been explicitly assigned to a group are implicitly treated like windows of the default window group.
GtkWindowGroup objects are referenced by each window in the group,
so once you have added all windows to a GtkWindowGroup, you can drop
the initial reference to the window group with
g_object_unref(). If the
windows in the window group are subsequently destroyed, then they will
be removed from the window group and drop their references on the window
group; when all window have been removed, the window group will be
GtkWindowGroup * gtk_window_group_new (
a new GtkWindowGroup.
void gtk_window_group_add_window (
Adds a window to a GtkWindowGroup.
void gtk_window_group_remove_window (
Removes a window from a GtkWindowGroup.
GList * gtk_window_group_list_windows (
Returns a list of the GtkWindows that belong to
A newly-allocated list of windows inside the group.
[element-type GtkWindow][transfer container]
GtkWidget * gtk_window_group_get_current_grab (
Gets the current grab widget of the given group,
GtkWidget * gtk_window_group_get_current_device_grab (
Returns the current grab widget for
NULL if none.
The grab widget, or