[pygtk] GtkDial widget (where is pygtk wrapper or port)?
shura at alex.neuro.umn.edu
Fri Jul 30 02:08:54 WST 2004
On 07/29/2004 01:00:41 PM, Randy Wiser wrote:
> I'm a new pygtk user and need to develop a quick prototype (to get a
> screenshot only) in the next two days showing an analog dial
> indicator widget, and would like to try out the GtkDial widget.
> Can anyone point me to the source to the _pygtk_ wrapper of the
> GtkDial widget mentioned in this old message:
> I have not found the pygtk wrapper using ViewCVS or Google.
> Thanks in advance for any tips on where I should look next (or which
> filename I should search for), or what other light weight dial
> widgets I should try instead.
Not specific to the widget you need, but still might be of help.
If you need a screenshot only, use glade to create the widgets
you want. The result will look exactly the same in GTK or PyGtk,
but the design process might be much easier for a quick prototype.
Alexander Roitman http://ebner.neuroscience.umn.edu/people/alex.html
Dept. of Neuroscience, Lions Research Building
2001 6th Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Tel (612) 625-7566 FAX (612) 626-9201
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