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Gtk::Border

Instance Methods

left
Gets the left value
  • Returns: the left value
left=(val)
Sets the left value
  • val: the left value(Integer)
  • Returns: val
set_left(val)
Same as Gtk::Border#left=.
  • val: the left value(Integer)
  • Returns: self
right
Gets the right value
  • Returns: the right value
right=(val)
Sets the right value
  • val: the right value(Integer)
  • Returns: val
set_right(val)
Same as Gtk::Border#right=.
  • val: the right value(Integer)
  • Returns: self
top
Gets the top value
  • Returns: the top value
top=(val)
Sets the top value
  • val: the top value(Integer)
  • Returns: val
set_top(val)
Same as Gtk::Border#top=.
  • val: the top value(Integer)
  • Returns: self
bottom
Gets the bottom value
  • Returns: the bottom value
bottom=(val)
Sets the bottom value
  • val: the bottom value(Integer)
  • Returns: val
set_bottom(val)
Same as Gtk::Border#bottom=.
  • val: the bottom value(Integer)
  • Returns: self
to_a
Gets the border value as an Array: [left, right, top, bottom]
  • Returns: [left, right, top, bottom]

ChangeLog

  • 2005-05-07 Added. - Masao
Last modified:2008/04/10 11:01:33
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References:[Ruby/GTK] [Gtk::Border] [api-gtk-index] [Gtk::Settings] [index-ruby-gtk2] [Gtk::Entry]