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GuiLock when creating widgets [message #38415] Fri, 14 December 2012 18:03 Go to next message
nixnixnix is currently offline  nixnixnix
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Hi,

C++ question: I notice that we can't make widgets without GuiLock now (at least in debug) and I have a base class that contains a widget derived from Option. This object gets made automatically when I create instances of the object that contains the derived widget.

Is there a way to set GuiLock without have to do it every time I create one of my objects? Is there somewhere in a constructor or something please?

Like I say this most likely just showing my ignorance of basic C++.

Thanks for any help,

Nick






Re: GuiLock when creating widgets [message #38478 is a reply to message #38415] Wed, 19 December 2012 22:39 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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nixnixnix wrote on Fri, 14 December 2012 12:03

Hi,

C++ question: I notice that we can't make widgets without GuiLock now (at least in debug) and I have a base class that contains a widget derived from Option. This object gets made automatically when I create instances of the object that contains the derived widget.

Is there a way to set GuiLock without have to do it every time I create one of my objects? Is there somewhere in a constructor or something please?

Like I say this most likely just showing my ignorance of basic C++.

Thanks for any help,

Nick



Principally, with current paradigma, no. It is simple - you want to do GUI (anything that calls directly or indirectly to CtrlCore, with some exoplicit exceptions), you need to use GuiLock.
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