gdkPixmapNew(drawable = NULL, width, height, depth = -1)
gdkBitmapCreateFromData(drawable = NULL, data, width, height)
gdkPixmapCreateFromData(drawable = NULL, data, height, depth, fg, bg)
gdkPixmapCreateFromXpm(drawable, transparent.color, filename)
gdkPixmapColormapCreateFromXpm(drawable, colormap, transparent.color, filename)
gdkPixmapCreateFromXpmD(drawable, transparent.color, data)
gdkPixmapColormapCreateFromXpmD(drawable, colormap, transparent.color, data)
gdkPixmap(drawable, data, transparent.color, height, width, depth, filename, colormap, fg, bg)
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Pixmaps are offscreen drawables. They can be drawn upon with the
standard drawing primitives, then copied to another drawable (such as
gdkPixmapDraw(). The depth of a pixmap
is the number of bits per pixels. Bitmaps are simply pixmaps
with a depth of 1. (That is, they are monochrome bitmaps - each
pixel can be either on or off).
An opaque structure representing an offscreen drawable.
Pointers to structures of type
GdkWindow, can often be used interchangeably.
GdkDrawable refers generically to any of
An opaque structure representing an offscreen drawable of depth
1. Pointers to structures of type
GdkWindow, can often be used interchangeably. The type
refers generically to any of these types.
gdkPixmap is the result of collapsing the constructors of
gdkPixmapColormapCreateFromXpmD, NULL, NULL) and accepts a subset of its arguments matching the required arguments of one of its delegate constructors.
Derived by RGtkGen from GTK+ documentation
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