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Apr
17
comment Is Python 2 removed from 14.04 CD images?
It says "(default version)" where others have the repository the package is located in.
Apr
17
answered Is Python 2 removed from 14.04 CD images?
Apr
11
awarded  python
Apr
9
answered Finding Mouse click position in IconView in GTK
Apr
2
answered Create browse-files Button in quickly app
Mar
22
comment I accidentaly did sudo apt-get remove python
Try the following command to install all default packages again: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop
Mar
18
comment How to change window opacity dynamically in Python and Quickly?
That piece of code is a stab to the programmmer's heart :-). Just convert it to a float like Javier said and catch the ValueError exception.
Mar
14
answered How to change window opacity dynamically in Python and Quickly?
Mar
14
comment How to keep a maximum of 79 characters per line in case of Python list comprehensions?
@Aditya: this is a perfectly fine return statement. It returns either True or False.
Mar
14
answered How to keep a maximum of 79 characters per line in case of Python list comprehensions?
Mar
3
answered Problem embedding a pylab Figure in a Gtk application using quickly
Mar
1
comment Problem embedding a pylab Figure in a Gtk application using quickly
Question closed during answering... Anyway: you'll need atleast version 1.2.0 of matplotlab, which can be installed by pip if it's not in your repository. Then use the GTK3 backends, for example: matplotlib.org/examples/user_interfaces/embedding_in_gtk3.html
Feb
28
answered Cannot open application in Quickly
Feb
26
comment gedit 'broken' after update on Ubuntu 13.10
Those SyntaxErrors are on lines with Python 2 code, not compatible with Python 3. So I guess the Python plugin loader of Gedit only supports Python 3 code.
Feb
21
answered Quickly produces an error when installing
Jan
23
answered Multi-threading in Gtk python
Jan
15
comment “sudoing” strategy for python script on ubuntu
Maybe the GtkLockButton is of any use: developer.gnome.org/gtk3/3.10/GtkLockButton.html
Jan
11
comment How can I export a .ui file for a pygi window that I build dynamically?
You could generate the xml file completely or write your own helper class. The GtkBuilder format is fully documented and you can use one of the many xml libraries for Python. I however wouldn't put any work into this, just use your manually written PyGI code in your application.
Jan
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Sound completely cut out, and Restart or Pulse Audio can't fix it
Jan
8
revised How to change Gtk.Notebook Tabs
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