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I've got a working TreeView with a ListStore as its model and selection set to SINGLE. How do I emit a signal to activate a specific row? I'm using PyGI.

(Sorry if this is basic; it's not in the Python-GTK3 tutorial and much of the documentation around is based on pygtk, not PyGI.)

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You'll need a GtkTreePath to the row, and a GtkTreeViewColumn for the column, but you can use row_activated() on the TreeView widget you wish to activate from. Calling this will result in the row-activated signal being called, as well.

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