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gtkDcoding Blog: Post #0024 - Switch and LightSwitch
April 05
Since the forum seems to have trouble with replies to existing posts, for now I'll be doing a separate post for each. Hope that doesn't get anyone's nose out of joint.

Anyway...

Today we explore the GTK Switch widget with two examples, a simple one and a complex one. Enjoy.
April 05
On Friday, 5 April 2019 at 13:44:35 UTC, Ron Tarrant wrote:
> Since the forum seems to have trouble with replies to existing posts, for now I'll be doing a separate post for each. Hope that doesn't get anyone's nose out of joint.
>
> Anyway...
>
> Today we explore the GTK Switch widget with two examples, a simple one and a complex one. Enjoy.

I think I can get away with one repost so, here's the link:

http://gtkdcoding.com/2019/04/05/0024-switch-and-light-switch.html
April 05
I get the feeling this blog is going to become an important tutorial resource for people wanting to do GtkD stuff with D. Given D and GtkD is currently the best way of writing Gtk+ applications, this blog is a great resource.

On Fri, 2019-04-05 at 13:44 +0000, Ron Tarrant via Digitalmars-d-learn wrote:
> Since the forum seems to have trouble with replies to existing posts, for now I'll be doing a separate post for each. Hope that doesn't get anyone's nose out of joint.
> 
> Anyway...
> 
> Today we explore the GTK Switch widget with two examples, a simple one and a complex one. Enjoy.
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April 05
On Friday, 5 April 2019 at 14:05:55 UTC, Russel Winder wrote:
> I get the feeling this blog is going to become an important tutorial resource for people wanting to do GtkD stuff with D. Given D and GtkD is currently the best way of writing Gtk+ applications, this blog is a great resource.

Thanks for the kind words, Russell. I certainly won't mind if that's where this goes. It's nice to feel like I'm contributing something of value.