To make the Toolbar look native in Ubuntu (like the application in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=sO8hiPreNBg), I don't want to show a border.
In my main window of my application I am able to set the property for the border width to zero on the GtkBox under tab "common". But on a dialog (created via
quickly add dialog) there is no option on the GtkBox to set the property under "common". The property for the border width sill not appears under common!
What can I do to solve this problem? I tried to create a Window-Element and tried to delete the Dialog-Element. Result: Then I was able to set this property in Glade but I could not do anything with the Window-Element and its Child-Elements (e.g. set the native look for its toolbar) in the corresponding .py-File (for the ui-File) because I destroyed dependencies...