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Indeed, you may notice that some indicators (like volume or keyboard language ones) support middle mouse click. It can be done with set_secondary_activate_target(menu_item). My code snippet for pyGtk/pyGI: menu_items = Gtk.MenuItem("Toggle Floater") menu.append(menu_items) menu_items.connect("activate", self.toggleWindow) ...


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I followe the same tuto, but it workedfor me. Although I cannot compile anything because of some dependencies, but Te sdk is installed.


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I "work for free" because a) I want software to work; b) I want others to fix my problems, also for free. I get paid for applying my skills and knowledge to the client's needs and desires. You should be doubly ashamed: Pirating software that Micro$oft sells AND running Microsoft Windows. The second is a philosophical position, many may disagree. They are ...


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You can use nested dictionary like this: self._properties = dbus.Dictionary({ 'Metadata': dbus.Dictionary({ 'mpris:length': dbus.Int64(2400000000), 'mpris:artUrl': 'file:///home/user/1.jpg', 'xesam:artist': ['1', '2'], 'xesam:title': 'hello world', 'xesam:url': '', ...


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here i am just giving example related to 15.04-armhf you can specify which you want to remove First run this sudo click unregister --user=phablet click-ubuntu-sdk-15.04-armhf if its not working then you can remove directly from rm -rf /etc/schroot/chroot.d/click-ubuntu-sdk-15.04-armhf rm -rf /var/lib/schroot/chroots/click-ubuntu-sdk-15.04-armhf then ...


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For security reasons, arbitrary third party scopes in the store cannot be aggregator scopes. As aggregators can see the data returned by the results of any child scopes, it would be a privacy leak to allow arbitrary third party scopes to see that data, as they could do anything with it, and there could be private data returned. Your scope can provide ...


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you can use ListModel.append() add two TextField elements (one for nome_evento and the other for tipo_evento) and a Button So when you click on the button it should append what you wrote on the textfields Button{ onClicked : if(texField1.text !== "" && texField2.text !== ""){ nome_eventoModel.append({"nome_evento": ...


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From Stackoverflow: The development files or *-dev packages most often contain the headers related to a library's interface. Now, regarding your installation, you do not need to worry about whether you need to install libprotobuf-dev or not. Just install your required package with the command: sudo apt-get install <package-name> and if it ...


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You can use a combination between Gtk.fixed(),GObject.timeout_add and the function move, here is an example in python : #!/usr/bin/python* from gi.repository import Gtk, GObject class TestWindow(Gtk.Window): def animateImage(self): GObject.timeout_add(150,self.slideImage) def slideImage(self): self.positionX += 50; ...


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I've repackaged the given answers in this thread into a standalone example: #!/usr/bin/env python2 import signal from gi.repository import Gtk def bind_accelerator(accelerators, widget, accelerator, signal='clicked'): key, mod = Gtk.accelerator_parse(accelerator) widget.add_accelerator(signal, accelerators, key, mod, Gtk.AccelFlags.VISIBLE) def ...



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