[pygtk] GTK window with switchable views, howto?
basil.shubin at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 12:45:15 WST 2007
On Thu, 2007-10-11 at 00:34 -0400, Chris Cole wrote:
> Basil Shubin wrote:
> > Hi friends,
> > First, excuse me for my english :)
> > Second, I am shiny new in GTK programming and I have several questions to ask:
> > Here a task, I need a GTK window with a switchable views/panels, for example there is default view/panel with a widgets and so on, then if user has selected a menu item, then default view/panel should be replaced/switched by other view/panel with their own widgets.
> > Right now I am using Glade3 to layout frame with widget, but I don't clearly understanding how I can create a custom panel and then how to insert it inside main window. I need several predefined views to switch between...
> > Main problem is: how to accomplish this task by using Glade3 and PyGTK
> I think what you are looking for is to have a gtk.notebook on the right
> hand side with hidden tabs. Whenever you select something on the left,
> you can have a callback switch notebook pages. Hope this helps.
I thought about it, however sometime ago when I had worked with
wxPython, there was such 'feature', i.e. to create several predefined
panels and then insert them into top level sizer... but I'll try
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