GdkFrameClock* gtk_widget_get_frame_clock ( GtkWidget* widget )
Obtains the frame clock for a widget. The frame clock is a global
“ticker” that can be used to drive animations and repaints. The
most common reason to get the frame clock is to call
gdk_frame_clock_get_frame_time(), in order to get a time to use for
animating. For example you might record the start of the animation
with an initial value from gdk_frame_clock_get_frame_time(), and
then update the animation by calling
gdk_frame_clock_get_frame_time() again during each repaint.
gdk_frame_clock_request_phase() will result in a new frame on the
clock, but won’t necessarily repaint any widgets. To repaint a
widget, you have to use
gtk_widget_queue_draw() which invalidates
the widget (thus scheduling it to receive a draw on the next
gtk_widget_queue_draw() will also end up requesting a frame
on the appropriate frame clock.
A widget’s frame clock will not change while the widget is mapped. Reparenting a widget (which implies a temporary unmap) can change the widget’s frame clock.
Unrealized widgets do not have a frame clock.
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