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Glade doesn't add any magic function or properties to the widgets, it just uses what GTK provides. Looking at the docs, I can find that GtkWidget has a set_opacity() method. This only works since 3.8 and is the preferred way to do it. If your code also has to support GTK 3.6 and lower, use GtkWindow.set_opacity()
You can edit the desciption about your program at the bottom in setup.py. setup.py is located at the main directory of your Quickly project.
You'll need atleast version 1.2.0 of matplotlib and then use the GTK3 backends. Example taken from http://matplotlib.org/examples/user_interfaces/embedding_in_gtk3.html #!/usr/bin/env python """ demonstrate adding a FigureCanvasGTK3Agg widget to a Gtk.ScrolledWindow using GTK3 accessed via pygobject """ from gi.repository import Gtk from ...
You're mixing old static bindings and new dynamic bindings. Old examples: import gtk, import gobject, import webkit New examples: from gi.repository import Gtk, from gi.repository import GObject, from gi.repository import WebKit Your code is very simple to port. Change the following lines: # Line 16 from gi.repository import WebKit # Line 35 ...
self.root in your setup.py file is None Which throws the exception. Example: # This is to mimic line 120 in your setup.py file # target_data = '/' + os.path.relpath(self.install_data, self.root) + '/' >>> os.path.relpath("/spam/eggs", None) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> File ...
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