[pygtk] GtkDial widget (where is pygtk wrapper or port)?
smcclure at racemi.com
Fri Jul 30 03:20:34 WST 2004
On Thu, 2004-07-29 at 15:07, Randy Wiser wrote:
> Randy Wiser wrote:
> > Is there a similar (dial/speedometer analog style) widget for Gtk 2.0 & pygtk?
> At 02:27 PM 7/29/2004 -0400, Steve McClure wrote:
> >Not AFAIK. I used it extensively for an environmental monitoring app
> >but we haven't ported to 2.0 yet. It is a nice widget to have around.
> Thanks Steve. I've located the C source for (pre-Gtk2.0 version of) GtkDial, but have not found the PyGtk wrapper. I would like to get the wrapper (Python/C source?), so I would at least have a chance of porting the widget to recent versions of Gtk/PyGtk in the future (and provide hope to my client that analog gauges are in the works). Any idea where I can find the PyGtk wrapper, even though it won't work with Gtk2.0?
Well, it is/was actually a Gnome widget. The python wrapper lives in
> At 01:08 PM 7/29/2004 -0500, Alex Roitman wrote:
> >If you need a screenshot only, use glade to create the widgets
> >you want.
> Thanks for the suggestion (Alex) of using Glade to get a screenshot, but the Glade 2.0.1 I have does not seem to have an analog dial/speedometer style widget. I don't think I'm familiar enough with Glade to know how to create my own widgets (if that was your suggestion) in a short amount of time, though I will certainly learn more about Glade.
> - Randy
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Steve McClure <smcclure at racemi.com>
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