[pygtk] gtk.Entry - how to move the cursor
nbm_clan at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 11 07:06:25 WST 2006
Perfect, thank you. I now know I need to pay attention to the
"implements gtk.Editable interface" stuff in the doc ;).
--- Samuel Cormier-Iijima <sciyoshi at gmail.com> wrote:
> gtk.Entry has a set_position() function that does what I think you're
> looking for. It's part of the gtk.Editable interface...
> On 8/10/06, N. French <nbm_clan at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I have a gtk.Entry subclass which allows the user to press the
> > arrows to scroll thru history much like a shell prompt. Works
> > The only thing is when the user scrolls to a previous text the
> > always ends up at the beginning of the line. It appears the
> > gtk.Entry's cursor is a read-only thing. Am I missing something
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