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Since you said libgtk-x11-2:i386 is installed (via apt, which doesn't lie, usually), you should symlink to /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cd /usr/lib rm ./libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0 ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0
I'd suggest that you need not worry as long as the concerned programs run as intended. You can look at this: A lot of gtk-warnings in terminal. Is this serious?.
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I used a different approach. I use per-user themes and icons for the normal user. These are at ~/.themes and ~/.icons. My methods involve tricking the root apps into thinking that they're using current user's local theme,but in fact uses another global theme. Method 1 : Using a systemwide/global theme and icons for Root Apps Step 1 : Create symlinks in ...
set_right_justified() is deprecated since GTK3.2 anyway and should be replaced by gtk_widget_set_hexpand or gtk_widget_set_halign Edit: Save yourself the time with porting to GTK3, these methods don't work either. Here's your ported example: #!/usr/bin/python #coding=utf-8 from gi.repository import Gtk from gi.repository import AppIndicator3 as ...
The problem is that you are looking at the PyGTK documentation, but are using PyGI/GTK3 in your script. The docs on gtk_widget_render_icon() says the following: gtk_widget_render_icon has been deprecated since version 3.0 and should not be used in newly-written code. Use gtk_widget_render_icon_pixbuf() instead. Then the docs on ...
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