Changes in CGUI
A C Graphical User Interface [add on to Allegro] by Christer Sandberg
The CGUI Changes File
Changes from 2.0.3 to 2.0.4:
Fixed bug 2909680.
Fixed bug 2909679.
Changes from 2.0.2 to 2.0.3:
Fixed bug 2896173.
Added feature 2895751
Added feature 2895750
Added feature 2895747
Changes from 2.0.1 to 2.0.2:
Fixed bug 2818191 "ConditionalRefresh problems" and cleaned up the
handling of registered "refresh callbacks".
Fixed bug 2753489.
Fixed bug 715462 "Columnwidths" (too high listboxes clipped at the
bottom, affecting listboxes with FILL|VERTICAL and resizeable columns)
Modified example 20 to perform animation by swaping pointers using
RegisterImage(). This conforms to the docs for RegisterImage saying
"...see also the examples".
Added feature 2830892
Changes from 2.0.0 to 2.0.1:
Fixed bug 2019334 "How to edit float values in editboxes?"
Fixed bug 2019332 "CGUI 2.0.0 does not build on Windows"
Changes from 1.6.26 to 2.0.0:
This version is not compatible with the previous. The following functions and variables are no longer present i CGUI:
All handling of palettes has been removed from the lib.
SetCguiColors() has been removed.
The variables for colors cgui_* has been removed.
The variables CGUI_list_row_delimiter_color and CGUI_list_column_delimiter_color has been removed.
CguiSetColor() has been added in order to meet feature request #2015895. This also makes it possible to
to make minor modifications to the colors in general.
Changes from 1.6.25 to 1.6.26:
Fixed bug 2011195 "Progress bar update problem"
Added feature 1993917 "Mouse wheel support in text box"
Fixed bug 1991153 "Annoying error message in textbox."
Fixed bug 1991139 "Restricted path does not restrict completely"
Added feature 1991122 "A new flag to the file selector"
Added feature 1990500 "Too small handle in the browse bar"
Added feature 1990492 "Forced scrolling of a textbox"
Added feature 1990491 "Highlighted row in textbox"
Fixed bug 1952663 "Right click in listbox does not set focus"
Changes from 1.6.24 to 1.6.25:
Fixed bug 1951905 "Crash when focusing an edit box"
Changes from 1.6.23 to 1.6.24:
Removed comments from code that erroneously had been commented out in 1.6.23 (desktop images was not updated).
Improvement: Minimized the size of the update area of the progress bar
to decrease the CPU load.
Fixed bug 1822312 "Key press not handled in edit box"
Fixed bug 1153214 "Spanish chars on filenames"
Fixed bug 1809116 "Unicode in edit boxes"
Fixed a couple of minor memory leaks.
Added feature 723572 "Support for mouse wheel"
Added feature 1804538 "Mouse emulation"
Fixed bug 1789562 "Not all hot keys are recognized."
Clarified docs concerning AddTab.
Changes from 1.6.22 to 1.6.23:
Changes from 1.6.21 to 1.6.22:
Fixed bug 1768806 "Crash when dropping a list box item"
Fixed bug 1766360 "Warnings"
Fixed bug 723556 "Mouse is sometimes clipped"
Fixed bug 723560 "Displacement of permission flags in lists"
Fixed bug 1766018 "Unexpectedly closed window"
Added feature 1764826 "Adding optional tool tips in list boxes."
Added feature 1764830 "Adding options for tool tips"
Added feature 1764283 "Drop support for sound"
Fixed bug 1764264 "Change in nr of listbox items not reflected in the browse bar"
Fixed bug 1763198 "Combination of mouse event types does not work".
Fixed bug 1763189 "Missing highlighting while dragging".
Fixed bug 723569 "Removing items from a list box".
Added feature 1762878 "Add option with non-persistent selection in editbox"
Fixed bug 1761595 "Buffer size in editboxes is not handled correctly".
Fixed bug 1761502 "Font baseline is ignored in editbox labels".
Fixed bug 1761505 "Bad calculation of baseline".
Added support for unicode (feature request 723580 "Porting cgui to Unicode"). A
new function CguiUseUTF8() was added in order to introduce this.
Added a function CguiParseLabels() to make it possible to suppress CGUI's
interpreting of certain characters in labels (feature request 1762882 "Add option
to avoid parsing of labels")
Changes from 1.6.20 to 1.6.21:
Adapted the example "game1" to ball.inc so that it compiles and runs.
Changes from 1.6.19 to 1.6.20:
Changed from `file_size' to `file_size_ex' to make it compatible with
Allegro 4.2.1 (int obtext.c, loadtext.c, files.c and datedit.c).
New feature: make it possible to optionally pass 3 different label icons
for the states normal, inactive and focus/over. object.h, object.c
obbutton.c and menbarcm.c.
Added docs for the state icons feature.
Fixed bug (+feature): When clicking fast in list-boxes more than one row
sometimes get marked although the shift key is not down. This can happen
even if "multiple rows selection" is turned off. This problem is
solved (msm.c) by letting widgets get focus immediately when they go to
the "in"-state (before they got the focus not until a successful click).
This new behaviour (slightly different from before) is likely to be
Fixed bug: When creating new datafile objects these are initialized
with the properties "XPOS;YPOS;XSIZ;YSIZ". These have no special meaning
when used in cgui: filedat.c and datimage.c.
Fixed warnings due to a more strict type analysis in newer versions of
gcc: dos2win.c, graphini.c, loadtext.c, obedbox.c, win2dos.c.
Fixed bug: All examples that use hot keys use them the wrong
way, making them not respond to the hot keys (examples 09, 13, 15, 17
Fixed bug: The handling of hot keys contains a lot of strange code that
e.g. makes it impossible to assign a separat hot key using the ALT+key
combination. Any altering of keypresses except for changing to uniform
case (which is legal according the docs, and which should be kept as is)
are removed. Application programmers should use the Allegro encoding
only for scan/ascii. hotkey.c and object.c
Modified the docs according to the above (SetHotKey()).
Modified the docs about using images in labels in general (far more
object types were supported than listed).
Added new feature: A function to iterate an application function using
the event queue, making it easier to use that technique.
Added docs for the above
Modified the examples to benefit the above feature.
Fixed bug 1382207 "Error in date translation"
Made the DELETE key work in editboxes and as Hot-key.
Made text on inactive objects more readable.
Fixed bug that made back-tab not works in active edit-box.
Exported existing function `CreateNewDataFile'.
Fixed a minor bug in example 21canvas.
Moved the initialization of text strings from creation to SetSize to make the box more dynamic.
Fixed warnings "use of cast expressions as lvalues is deprecated" in list.c, from gcc 3.4
Fixed bug 1351032 ""Leave tab" call back called at the wrong time."
Added makefiles for Mac OSX
Changes from 1.6.18 to 1.6.19:
Fixed bug 1342741 "A couple of bugs related to the file selector"
Fixed bug 1342743 "File selector crash when error in path"
Cleaned up some build and packing issues.
Changes from 1.6.17 to 1.6.18:
Fixed bug 1335613 "Crash when clicking on empty row in a list"
Changes from 1.6.17 to 1.6.18:
Fixed bug 1326283 "Memory fault during startup"
Changes from 1.6.16 to 1.6.17:
Fixed bug 1326129 "Crash when opening file selector"
Changes from 1.6.15 to 1.6.16:
Fixed bug 1324139 "Flag to file selector is ignored"
Fixed bug 1324134 "Browser colors are wrong"
Changes from 1.6.14 to 1.6.15:
Fixed bug 1323177 "Selected directory invisible"
Changes from 1.6.13 to 1.6.14:
Fixed bug 1317733 "Crash when filebrowser path is missing in config file"
Changes from 1.6.12 to 1.6.13:
Fixed bug 1312591 "CGUI doesn't build on MSVC"
Changes from 1.6.11 to 1.6.12:
Fixed bug 1311502 "Don't build on windows"
Changes from 1.6.10 to 1.6.11:
Fixed bug Some applications seg faults during exit. Fixe a possible cause to this (close button call back not locked).
Changes from 1.6.9 to 1.6.10:
Changes from 1.6.8 to 1.6.9:
Added feature #723590 "Directory cashing in file browser"
Added feature #723587 "Tree view in the file browser"
Fixed bug #1179445 "Double click does not work"
Added feature #1060752 "FileSelect, allegro datafile create option"
Added feature #1060750 "FileSelect double click"
Fixed bug #1176181 "Cgui don't start with GFX_DIRECTX..." (I think it was fixed by the when making the 4.2 adaptions...)
Fixed bug #1177981 "Memory access error in file browser"
Fixed bug #1177986 "File browser window ownership error"
Added feature #1177163 "Extended functionality of edit-box-callback"
Added feature #1177050 "Add support for floats in sliders"
Adapted to Allegro 4.2
Added feature #1153533 "Let altered hot-keys pass trough edit-boxes".
Fixed bug #1117198 "Undocumentetd feature" (list column attribute `COL_RIGHT_ALIGN').
Added feature #1116934 "Make tool tips available in menus"
Fixed bug #723570 "The 'IsHotKey' function is corrupt".
Changed some obscure handling of key-presses: Keys are mapped directly to Allegros representation as far as possible.
Fixed bug #1112276 "No multiple files in file selector".
Replaced call-data to NULL in a call ConditonalRefresh (data is unused).
Added a minor feature to edit-boxes: when the format is of some integer type the up- and down-keys can be used to
increment and decrement the value.
Function `SetMeasure' was exported but not documented. Added docs and change the name to `SetSpacing'
The distance between right edge of the container and the rightmost button is set by the `xdist' rather than `rightx'
values. The problem is not visible when using `SetDistance' instead of `SetMeasure' since these values will be the same.
Changes from 1.6.7 to 1.6.8:
Fixed bug #1065843 "Mouse not hidden when drawing"
Fixed bug #1079309 "Mouse trapped when resize width of list column"
Fixed bug #1052423 "Name conflict"
Fixed bug #1079009 "Text cursor lost"
Fixed bug #1065532 "Cursor are not where showed in editboxes"
Fixed bug #1065832 "Browse bar in listbox not correct"
Fixed bug #1076180 "Bug in list-row drop callback"
Fixed bug #1060523 "Browse* don't update correct"
Changes from 1.6.6 to 1.6.7:
Added Portuguese translation of texts contributed by M�rcio A. Pacheco
Added Cygwin build.
Fixed bug #1035113 "Mouse clicks stop working"
Added feature request #991417 "Add option to Request"
Fixed bug #715464 "Wrong call-back order"
Fixed bug #991048 "Folder not removed"
Fixed bug #985756 "Wrong tab order in tab-windows"
Fixed bug #985758 "Crash when using JoinTabChain"
Fixed bug #985759 "Blinking cursor in unfocused edit-box"
Fixed bug #985791 "Crashes sometimes when calling InsertPoint"
Changes from 1.6.5 to 1.6.6:
Fixed bug #975912 "There is no target for building dat2c"
Fixed bug #975263 "Bug in textbox view"
Fixed bug #975911 "Fonts not accessable prior to init"
Fixed bug #975914 "Wrong colors on icons"
Bug 958894 "Tab windows has an ugly stripe" is fixed (bug in setpos.c, so it might have affecte also other objects).
A build problem that might have shown on some Windows configurations.
Changes from 1.6.4 to 1.6.5:
Feature request #957949 "Improved requester": Added an alternative requester function `Request' allowing for
a format string and a variable argument list.
Exporting function msprintf that returns the formatted text in a dynamic allocated buffer (got it for free
from the above).
Feature request #957952 "Add center option": ALIGNCENTRE added.
Bug # 957705 "Memory bugs" fixed
Bug #863853 "Incorrect date<;->;string conversions" fixed
Parameter 'n' (the number of items) to `AddList' is ignored in case of linked list, see docs for details.
Feature #916094 "List tree view" is added
Bug #915651 "Warning messages from mktext" is fixed
Bug #907676 "Array overflow" is fixed
Bug #903292 is fixed.
Changes from 1.6.3 to 1.6.4:
More bugs concerning mouse: If a Requser was started before ProcessEvents were called the
mouse got lost (freezed)
Correction of the error handling in the date format functions.
Changes from 1.6.2 to 1.6.3:
Bug (introduced in 1.6.2): The mouse is blocked if calling Req(),
FileSelect() Invite() or ProcessEvents() from a mouse call-back after the
Changes from 1.6.1 to 1.6.2:
Added Frensh translation of dialog texts.
Changed mouse event processing to totally polled in order to hope that
solves the problem with random lost (or "freezed") mouse cursor.
Changed o to $(OBJ_SUFFIX) in MKTEXT_OBJS in makefile.all
Exported parse in tools/t_parser.h (file was empty)
The border of the progress bar showed garbage colors. Changed
#define FRAMEW HEADERFRAME #define FRAMEW 1 in file obprogr.c
Changes from 1.6 to 1.6.1:
Fixed a potential bug in mouse state machine.
Fixed bug that made example 25 crash
Added a missed line about an API change in previous version, see below
Fixed bug in makefile (dat2c linked with lib)
Fixed bug that made dat2c not compile when Allegro ver < 4.03
Fixed bug in example 25
Corrected contributors name (Oscar Giner)
Corrected version comment (was "unofficial")
Changes from 1.5.1 to 1.6:
API change: 'LoadImage' is changed to 'CguiLoadImage' to avoid conflict
with some Windows header.
Oscar Giner added translations for Spanish langugage
Ferenc Havr�nek added translations for Hungarian langugage
More space added around the desription text of buttons.
Initialisation: Alternative functions to explictly initilise CGUI
with screenmode options (like loading settings from file, using current
settings, windowed mode etc.) has been added. This replaces the cryptical
0,0,0 codes to InitCgui. The latter can still used for fully
API compatibility with vesrion 1.5.
Rafal Szyja created an alternative set of icons for the icons in built-in dialogues
Using sound card when present (instead of the PC-speaker beep)
Rafal Szyja made a new example for joystick testing.
Rafal Szyja made a new example showing simple usage of a text viewer.
Docs bug fixed: CloseCgui removed (don't exist in the lib)
Docs bug fixed: Spelling of ALIGNRIGHT corrected.
Rafal Szyja corrected some miss spellings in the Polish translation.
Changes from 1.5 to 1.5.1:
- Bug: The docs are not built correctly (build of makedoc fails)
- Bug: Example 07slider: Garbage in the edit-field.
- Bug: to less colors in the palette display in the file previewer
or the file selector.
- Bug: The "requester" in the game1 looks very angry... a bug in the
- `Palette' is not correctly spellt.
- Rafal Szyja finished translation of Polish texts.
- The current data file listing was not updated after "Use palette", in the file browser.
- Docs: wrong home-page address.
- Docs: Added link to logo.
- Docs: Forgot to run the fixver script (version was marked as "beta").
Changes from 1.4 to 1.5:
- New feature: Build procedures for Linux, and MSVC has been added, as
well as dynamic and debug alternatives for the ports.
- New feature: Several steps have been taken to simplify the make
procedure of CGUI.
- The path to Allegro is no longer necessary since the makedoc
utility is included in the distro of CGUI 1.5
- The text file containing the label-texts and the headers refering
to that, is now included in the distribution as source files, so
the mktext utility does not need to be built when building libcgui.
(This shouldn't make any difference for normal users, but the
distro will thereby be more fault tolerant. For developers of
the CGUI lib these files needs to be built).
- Applications using CGUI 1.4 needed to link with libaldat.a which is not
installed by the Allegro 'make install'. That needed to be handled
separately. In CGUI 1.5 datlib is a part of the CGUI lib itself.
- Applications using CGUI 1.4 needed to link with datedit.o in
allegro/tools. This file is a part of the lib itself in CGUI version 1.5.
- Applications using CGUI 1.4 needed to have the file cgui.dat present
in the directory of the executable. This file is a part of
lib itself in version 1.5.
- "Tool-tip" texts, has been added. See the docs for details.
- Rafal Szyja made the CGUI logo.
- Rafal Szyja added Polish translation of the the built in dialog texts.
- The text in a textbox can now be updated using `UpdateTextBoxText'.
- Improved dialogue for screen mode selection. A
button "Apply" has been added and the mode will not change until that
one has been pressed. Also a possibility to select graphics driver
has been added.
- When an object is sensible for both clicks and
drag-and-drop (using the same mouse button), the mouse-handler
distinguished the two states using a delay.
Now the mouse movement is used instead of the delay, which is a
- `Home' and `End' keys has been added for browsing in lists.
- Files imorted to a dat-file will be stored using its
relative path rather that absolute.
- Bug in the filebrowser: Importing a wav-file didn't work (or rather:
importing an object which have an extension that can be imported to a
unique data file type has this problem)
- Bug in the filebrowser: Importing a wav-file gave memeory error.
- Bug in the browsing object: when a list-box is created with explicit
coordinates, the handle of the browsing object will be only 3 pixels
- Bug in DeInitCgui. It didn't really complete the de-initialization
until the program exited. This could look like the keyboard was
locked, since CGUI's keyboard handler was still there stealing all
presses, and doing nothing with them.
- Bug in the event system. The bug showed up sometimes when a program
was about to terminate. More precise, if there were delayed events
and the program terminated by a call to 'StopProcessEvents' the
program hang in an infinite loop, just before final exit.
- Bug in edit-box object fixed.
- Bug that occasionally crashed the program (stack overflow due to
infinite recursion, may even crash the system) when trying to
refresh an empty list.
- Bug in the canvas object. The games* examples crashed often when
exit, and also the 21canvas examples (and if a window containing a
canvas was moved, there would occure undefined contents of the
- The example 10lists was not correctly built.
- The example 20anim didn't show correct colours if running in 8bpp.
- The re-try sequence when InitCgui fails to set the graphics mode has
been changed. Now not always assuming that a less bpp is more hopeful.
If 15 bpp mode does not work it tries 16 bpp and if 24 fails it
- When a new object was created under the mouse cursor, then the mouse
had to be moved (or clicked) to notify the objet that there was a a
mouse over it. In some cases this might have looked like "dropped
Changes from 1.3.1 to 1.4
Changes in the API:
SetFocusOn(int id); has been added. It replaces `FocusOn',
`SetVisibleWindow', `SetSubFocus' and `SetTabFocus'
which all had the same semantic (to set focus on the specified object).
The replaced functions are still present for compatibility.
JoinTabChain(int id); has been added. It replaces `SimpleJoinTabChain'
and `NodeJoinTabChain'.The replaced functions are still
present for compatibility.
AddTextBox(int x, int y, const char *string, int width, int
nrows, int options); replaces `MkTextObject' (which
still exists for compatibility). The 5:th patameter has changed meaning.
For `MkTextObject' it meant "extra space between rows",
For `AddTextBox' it means the height of the box. There
are more option flags, and also the facilities of the box has been increased.
`FileSelect()' has been added as well as `FileManager()',
see docs for details.
`AddWatch()' has been added, see docs for details.
`AddSlider()' has been added, see docs for details.
`AddProgressBar()' has been added as well as `MkProgressWindow()',
see docs for details.
`GetMarkedRows()' has been added. It replaces `GetQueuedSelections()',
See docs for details. The replaced function is still present for compatibility.
- A number of features has been added (see the listing above, see the docs and see also the examples).
- The text-generating function has got improved error handling:
- A new parameter of `LoadText' has been added.
It is a pointer to int. The memory location pointed to will be set to 0
if the named section was not found in which case the return value of `LoadTexts'
will be NULL and a warning message will be displayed for
the user. If the section was found the value will be set to the number
of texts that was contained in the section (which may of course also be
0 for meaningless empty sections).
- The text-compiling program `mktext' generates an
additional macro (the identifier is the section name prefixed with `SIZE_')
that is defined to the number of texts in that section of the source.
This macro can be used to check if the number of texts found by
`LoadTexts' (see above) is correct.
- (bugfix) The text-strings (concerning the `mktext' tool) may
now also contain the leading language and section markers (i.e. `<;' and `[')
- (potential error) `mktext' changed to use cgui's
memory allocation functions (the allocations were not asserted).
- (bugfix) The `FocusOn' function for `EditBoxes'
forgot to move the focus from the object currently beeing in focus (the
edit-box example got crazy and generated an infinte number of windows)
- The list in Drop-Down-boxes may now contain images.
- A bug in "KillEvent" has been fixed. May have been harmful in edit-boxes
(related to cursor-blinking - a dircet selection from focused edit-box
to other object may possibly have generated memory error).
- The "focusing"-system has been partially re-written, including setting
windows in focus.
- Indication of focused push-buttons extended to make it possible to see that
an iconed object is in focus.
- The "text-box" has been extended with a number of useful facilities, se
the docs for details.
- Fixed bug: calling InitCgui a second time crashed if there were icons
Changes from 1.3 to 1.3.1
- Fixed docs: In version 1.3 the docs are broken (makeinfo fails, only
html-docs is available)
- The docs is corrected (const-parameters and return values was documented
without the const-qualifier).
- Two more functions has been "constified".
Changes from 1.2 to 1.3
- The spinbuttons now adapt thier height to be half the default height
of other objects.
- A function for "clipping" to avoid redundant areas to be blitted when
using canvas-objects for animations. The function SetBlitLimit has
now been added. Calling it before the canvas blits to screen will
use the specified limits, after the blit the limits will be reset.
The "game*" examples shows the usage.
- Adding a parameter to Req() that specifies a window header.
- A global variable to make it possible to turn off the usage of
vsync() in cgui. The name is `cgui_use_vsync'. It is initally set
- All objects (not only edit-boxes) is now automatically "tabbed", in
version 1.2 they must be "tabbed" explicitly by a call to
SimpleJoinTabChain(). Customizing the tab-order by use of
SimpleJoinTabChain() is still possible.
- When "tabbing" to an editbox it is no longer necessary to press
enter-key to focus it (i.e. make the cursor blinking and beeing
ready for input). In version 1.2 the tabbing just marked the box as
- A flag `cgui_mouse_draw_in_interrupt' is introduced. Initially it is
set to 0. If you set it the mouse will be drawn in the callback
(interrupt). By default the drawing is done as in version 1.2, i.e.
the callback puts a message into the event queue, which when
processed will draw the cursor. The purpose with setting
cgui_mouse_draw_in_interrupt is to have a more alert cursor. Testing
the examples on a slow machine (P133) don't show any need for it.
Drawing the mouse-cursor in the interrupt doesn't work well
together with canvases for the moment.
- The function InitFont is removed as well as the clobal variabel
CGUI_font.In their place there are the two functions void
SetCguiFont(FONT *f) and FONT *GetCguiFont(void). (It was quite
stupid with a global variable, which required a function call after
- InitCgui no longer changes the palette if the graphics is already
initialized. If the palette needs to be changed Allegros functions
must be used. A new function named SetCguiColors(int exact) can be
used to let cgui search in the current palette and select the colours
that is as close as possible to cgui's needings. If `exact' is
non-zero the colours of the pallette entries that was selected will
be adjusted to be exact those needed for cgui. If `exact' is 0 these
colours may not be affected.
If the graphics has not been initialized before InitCgui is called,
and InitCgui set the colour to 8 bits, then it will set the colours
for the palette indecies of the cgui colours (`cgui_*') to what it
- The makefile can now optionally link using a statically linked
Allegro lib. See readme.txt of CGUI 1.3 for details.
- Objects sometimes remained in the "pressed view" dispite that the
mouse-button is up and the cursor is not even over. This "hanging"
could be reset by a new click. The problem was that there was no
object-refresh for a state transition directly from
mouse-button-down-and-over to init (the normal transition is to
either mouse-button-down-off or mouse-button-up-and-over).
- Sometimes (randomly) it seemed as events were dropped. Keypresses
and/or mouse-events sometimes seemd to be missed when running
applications on a slow P1-box, but the problem couldn't be surely
repeated on a 400MHz P2 computer. There were two errors: The
mouse-data buffer (a filtered single-buffer was used) that interfaced
the interrupt-handler and the state-machine was sometimes overrun.
The concept has been changed in 1.3 and a 1024 positions buffer has
been introduced. The second problem was that the event-processor's
transfering of pending events to the event queue occationally
interfered with the interrupt-handlers' marking of new pending
- The second time the ESC-key was pressed in the example "game1" it
was not recognized. Reason: Incompleate de-init.
- The program crashes when moving the mouse over the menu that pops up
when right-clicking in an edit-box (this is probably a general
problem with "scratch-menus"). Reason: improper initialization.
- When a huge number of digits is entered into an integer valued
edit-box it crashes. This is due to a limitation in gcc (djgpp): all
numeric strings with a number of digits more than 62 crashes when
scanning to integer type. The input limit for numbers is now set to
less than 62 characters (it was 100 before).
Changes from 1.1 to 1.2
- Corrected a bug (present also on the DJGPP platform) that crashed the
program when moving the cursor to the left or bottom edge of the
- Corrected a bug that crashed the program when the cursor goes from
"ready to re-size" to "outside object". Analogue problem when
dragging. (No problem under DJGPP)
- Corrected a bug that crashed the program when DeActivate or Activate
was called with a node-id as parameter.(No problem under DJGPP).
- Corrected a bug that crashed the program when calling SetListColumns.
(No problem under DJGPP).
- Corrected a bug that crashed the program when using drag-and-drop and
dragging something over areas illegal to drop on and then returning
to a "droppable" place. (No problem under DJGPP).
- Corrected a bug that crashed the program when re-sizing the height of
a list to less than 0. (No problem under DJGPP).
- Corrected a bug that crashed the program if the mouse was dragged
repeatedly over a number of menu-items when another window is in
focus and on top of the window with the menus. (No problem under
- Corrected an bug that randomly hanged the mouse cursor. (No problem
- Corrected a bug that made it possible to re-size a simple object to
be of a height less than 0 (after that it was not possible to stretch
- "constified" a number of parameters to various functions in CGUI.
- Some changes in the examples (some memory voilations which led to
crash on the windows platform, and some changes to conform to the
changes in CGUI).
Changes from 1.0 to 1.1
- Adaption made to support allegro 3.9.37: Variables
_keyboard_installed and _color_depth become undefined since the
externals in allegro.h moved to alintern.h. Variables was used to
restore the inital state of Allegro if Allegro was initalized before
cgui. Solved by skipping the keyboard check and making a dirty look
in the vtable struct. No changes in functionality.
- The allegro config-file in the examples directory changed language
from se to en, and some irrelvant test-stuff has been removed from it.
- Initial official version.