[pygtk] Newbe question .. Selecting the size of a gtk.Table column
pborghese at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 20:09:02 WST 2006
Thanks for the reply. I tried your first suggestion, but can not get it to
work. Are you talking about the following command:
table.attach(*child*, *left_attach*, *right_attach*, *top_attach*,
I will try your second idea later today.
Thanks for your help!
On 10/8/06, Samuel Cormier-Iijima <sciyoshi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Make sure the treeview's horizontal expand is set to False. Another
> way would be to use an HPaned; then the user would be able to select
> the width. Otherwise, set a width request, and when pack_starting,
> make sure the expand argument is False.
> On 10/8/06, Paul Borghese <pborghese at gmail.com > wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a question and would like to appologize ahead of time for it
> > very basic.
> > I am building an application using the notebook widget. Inside the
> > is a tab I would like to divide into two columns using gtk.Table. The
> > column on the left is a gtk.TreeView, where an item selected on the
> > will be viewed by the right column. Think of how Evolution or Outlook
> > designed. The problem I am having is the treeview column seems to take
> > exactly 1/2 of the total space. When creating the table I have selected
> > "homogeneous" as False. I would like to specify the treeview column is
> > limited to a set number of points. Is that possible?
> > Thanks!
> > Paul
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