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    Hello all. I need to learn all about suse linux mouse coding. Where are some good articles to read on the subject? From novice to advanced. Thanks.

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    lord valarian wrote:
    > Hello all. I need to learn all about suse linux mouse coding.


    What is suse linux mouse coding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djh-novell View Post
    lord valarian wrote:
    > Hello all. I need to learn all about suse linux mouse coding.


    What is suse linux mouse coding?
    Examples of how to write mouse code for basic learning applications. Easy to understand and compile with many comments.

    A basic note pad application that uses the mouse, commented enough to understand how it works.

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    Hi,

    On Tue, 17 Jan 2012, lord valarian wrote:

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    > djh-novell;2431196 Wrote:
    >> lord valarian wrote:
    >>> Hello all. I need to learn all about suse linux mouse coding.

    >>
    >> What is suse linux mouse coding?

    >
    > Examples of how to write mouse code for basic learning applications.
    > Easy to understand and compile with many comments.
    >
    > A basic note pad application that uses the mouse, commented enough to
    > understand how it works.


    It seems to me that when you say 'mouse coding' you actually mean GUI (graphic user interface), correct?

    What programming language are you using?

    I've been playing around with Qt with C++ lately, it seems quite straightforward, and you can find lots of tutorial material online. Also, GTK is good and you can use either of these with other languages such as Python too.

    If you're using Java you could take a look at Swing.

    If you haven't learnt a programming language yet, you'll probably be better off learning at least the basics of a programming language before you start thinking about GUIs.

    Kind regards,
    Barry D. Nichols

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Nichols View Post
    Hi,
    It seems to me that when you say 'mouse coding' you actually mean GUI (graphic user interface), correct?

    What programming language are you using?
    Wine coding: "mouse.c" I need a very basic GUI program that's uses the mouse. So, I can understand what going on that code. (PS, winehq won't help. Don't ask more.)

    I've been playing around with Qt with C++ lately, it seems quite straightforward, and you can find lots of tutorial material online. Also, GTK is good and you can use either of these with other languages such as Python too. If you're using Java you could take a look at Swing. If you haven't learned a programming language yet, you'll probably be better off learning at least the basics of a programming language before you start thinking about GUIs.
    I need sample code. I found some examples in the internet, nothing helpful. How about GTK in C code. Commenting on almost every line.

    I'm a pro. It was my previous career. Many classes in structured programing. My skills are dated, didn't include "./configure", "make", and mouse coding.

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    On Thu, 19 Jan 2012, lord valarian wrote:
    > I need sample code. I found some examples in the internet, nothing
    > helpful. How about GTK in C code. Commenting on almost every line.
    >
    > I'm a pro. It was my previous career. Many classes in structured
    > programing. My skills are dated, didn't include "./configure", "make",
    > and mouse coding.
    >


    OK, cool. As you know what you're doing with C, you could take a look at the official tutorial online: http://developer.gnome.org/gtk-tutorial/stable/

    Has plenty of examples, with a LOT of comments.

    Let us know if you have any problems.


    Kind regards,
    Barry D. Nichols

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    > Barry D. Nichols


    sorry very off topic but a question for Barry: do either NLZ or BIX have
    meaning to you?

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    On Fri, 20 Jan 2012, DenverD wrote:

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    >> Barry D. Nichols

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    > sorry very off topic but a question for Barry: do either NLZ or BIX have
    > meaning to you?


    No, why?

    Kind regards,
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    On 01/21/2012 01:32 AM, Barry_Nichols@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org wrote:
    > No, why?


    your name rang a bell from long ago private forums where folks paid to
    enter discussions on computers (and other things
    <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_Information_Exchange>)..

    there was (i'm pretty sure) a 'Barry Nichols' there.....that is all..

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    I meant to I need KDE mouse codeing, but the gnome will be good.

    I'v set winecfg to use dinput(dll). I'm sure now "empire earth I" doesn't use dinput in wine. So, it been suggested that the x11 code is where I can fix the mouse code. So, can you find some examples of x11 coding?

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