Dario Linsky <news / silverstripe.de> writes:

> Hi everybody,
> 
> according to the file containing the Ruby/Gnome2 API reference for
> Gtk::Notebook I found the following method description:
> 
> --- page=(page_num)
>     Switches to the page number page_num.
>     * page_num: index of the page to switch to, starting from 0. If
>     negative, the last page will be used. If greater than the number of
>     pages in the notebook, nothing will be done.
>     * Returns: page_num
> 
> So I should be able to switch to the last page using a negative value -
> like e.g. -1. To do so I was using the following code:
> 
>     @notebook.page = -1
> 
> Unfortunately this does not work at all, nothing happens. Is somebody
> able to reproduce that or is a value like -1 no longer a negative value?
> I am currently using another way to bypass the problem but I'd like to
> use this more simple version.
> Maybe anyone knows about this problem and can tell me if this is only in
> Ruby/Gtk or deeper in the core of Gtk2...

Can't tell you about Gtk2, but with Gtk, the following works:
     
        @notebook.set_page (-1)

HTH & kind regards
frank

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