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I've checked hamster-applet, gnome-control-center datetime and gnome-schedule. They all define a different datetime selection composed from basic widgets. I'm surprised it wasn't made available as a single widget. Did I miss it somewhere?

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For the calendar you can use Gtk.Calendar which is part of GTK itself (and available to embed in your app in Glade. I am not aware of a slider for selecting the time, but you could add this easily with some Gtk.SpinButton widgets.

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Well, I've done exactly this (lp:~xintx-ua/wakeonplan/wakeonplan). But having one unified widget would be nice :) – int_ua Jun 26 '12 at 12:30

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