Cross-platform Python library for creating GTK+ graphical user interfaces using Python. PyGObject is intended to replace this with the introduction of GTK+3.

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Custom session: Window does not capture full screen area by default. 12.04

I am trying to create a custom session by creating a custom.desktop file in /usr/share/xesessions folder. Remember this is not a gnome or some other session. I have created my own application for this ...
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How do I add a Notebook to a Box in a VBox?

I have created an empty box in Glade to add a Notebook to. The reason I am not adding the actual Notebook in Glade is because I hear that you cannot add pages to a Notebook made in Glade. So, in ...
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python3 is not supporting gtk module

I have Ubuntu 14.04 with python-2.7 and python-3 support. I am porting my python application from python-2.7 to python-3. I have example.py file which is importing below modules. and I #!/usr/bin/...
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ImportError: No module named gtk

after the debacle a few hours back I managed to get a working desktop after using an ethernet cable and sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop But now when I try to run ubuntu software center from CLI ...
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How can I build vim with a gui without gtk?

I've recently started playing around with pygobject. However, gvim or vim's python-complete feature crashes, because, as I understand, you cannot mix GTK2 and GTK3 libraries in the same process. ...
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Developing Unity compliant apps in Python - where to start?

I'm an experienced programmer who is interested in developing apps for Linux, specifically GTK, and more specifically apps that are Unity compliant. Aside from the obvious step of learning Python, ...
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What is the schema XML file in the data/glib-2.0 folder of my Quickly application?

I created an Ubuntu application with Quickly, and I can see an XML file in the folder data/glib-2.0 of my project root and I am not exactly sure what this is for. The XML looks like this: <?xml ...
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How do I make a rich menu for an appindicator?

I'm adding menu items to an appindicator in pygtk. I don't want them to behave like ordinary menu items: I want them to have normal appearance, but not to respond to mouse hovers and mouse clicks. The ...
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PyGTK Application Icon Blurred in Unity

I have 128x128 icon referenced in main window glade file like <property name="icon">../media/my-icon.svg</property>. I tried, with both svg and png, but it is always very blurred in ...
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Display and edit text and images in a quickly app

I need to be able to display images and text (images resizable and text editable). I was thinking maybe a HTML type thing could do this. For a really bad example like how a word processor works. ...
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How to solve old GLIB error while installing “pygobject” using jhbuild

I am trying to install pygobject using jhbuild. And I am getting this error configure: error: Package requirements (glib-2.0 >= 2.48.0) were not met: Requested 'glib-2.0 >= 2.48.0' but version ...
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gDevilspie fails to launch, what to do?

When launched from terminal: ---:~$ gdevilspie pyGTK is not correctly installed, exiting. Installed in 11.10 Using Ubuntu Software Center...
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Open Custom Dialog Windows (PyGTK + Quickly)

I have just downloaded Quickly, created a new project, set up simple GUI and created new dialog (quickly add dialog create (as you can see, I called it create)). I already have click handler in the ...
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jhbuild sanitycheck not moving

I am following Jhbuild documentation. while doing jhbuild sanitycheck I am getting following problem. root@august:/home/frank/jhbuild# jhbuild sanitycheck You should not run jhbuild as root. root@...