I have a nana::group which, inside it has a nana::checkbox and a nana::label.
The label provides a help message for the options in the checkbox. If label is located in the same vertical level as the checkbox option then when I press on label, instead of seeing the message, the checkbox option close to it gets activated. How can I limit the action of checkbox to the horizontal length of the t
I am trying to specify a nana::combox that has several predefined options. I would like to have an option to get a user defined string for this combox. So, I decided to have a nana::checkbox and if this checkbox is checked then I make the combox editable and get the user specified string and add it to the combox options. This idea does not work. The combox remains un-editable. What is wrong here?
With Code::Blocks, I have to use personality feature of CB to program in nana. Especially in Linux, you have to type in a lot of required libraries like... X11, rt, Xft, etc.... So I decide to create a C::B template wizard for nana (just like SFML, although SFML template not working)... and I like to share it to everyone... nana users.
I have Windows 10, download and install MinGW from https://nuwen.net/mingw.html into C:\MinGW, download and install CodeBlocks 11979 from http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,23712.0.html , I followed instruction from https://github.com/qPCR4vir/nana-docs/wiki/Code-Blocks . I set also Settings-> Compiler...->Toolchain executable:
Hi All, I'm currently learning advanced STL concepts and consider nana as my learning project. Currently focused on how animation works and for that, I have started looking into related classes and methods.
One question I have in my mind is to render BMP image sequences we have to use pushback method of image class but I am unable to create frambuilder example.
Nana v1.7.3 fails to build with g++ v5.1, which is the standard compiler with code::blocks release. Upgrading the compiler to v8.3 allows nana to build. Note that upgrading the code::blocks compiler is an advanced task.
The nana downloads page says it will build with "Any Standard C++ compiler(Visual C++ 2013, GCC/MinGW and Clang)". This is false.
It has been almost two years that I started to learn NANA for developing the GUI for my applications. It was a challenging and interesting experience for me. I was very excited that I am learning a library that soon would be a rival to Qt and wxWidgets, but unfortunately the pace of development of NANA and its awful documentation made me very disappointed.