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There is a function that does exactly what you ask, but would not work in the __init__ of your example, this function is called unselect_all, and belongs to Gtk.TreeSelection. So I took the riverbed to edit his example. Forgive English, is extracted from the Google translator. #!/usr/bin/python import os, stat from gi.repository import Gtk from ...
The embedded GtkInspector is available since GTK 3.14 while Ubuntu 14.10 has version 3.12. So you'll have to wait for Ubuntu 15.04 to use this feature. You might want to try GtkParasite instead, which GtkInspector is based on. I tried it some months ago, but couldn't get it to work with Python3. This might have changed in the meantime though.
To "disable" mnemonics for Nautilus 3.10.1 on Ubuntu 14.04 which uses GTK3: Create the following path & file if it doesn't already exist. /home/YOURUSERNAME/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini Then add: [Settings] gtk-enable-mnemonics = 0 Then logout and log back in. Sources: * https://mail.gnome.org/archives/gtk-list/2011-March/msg00108.html * ...
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