[pygtk] inhibate menu of window manager
finlay at moeraki.com
Wed Nov 5 18:29:43 WST 2008
> Thanks for your help
> I take a look to the set_functions() method and I've found the constants as
> gtk.gdk.FUNC_CLOSE that allows the window to be closeable. In fact I don't
> know how to allow the window to be NOT closeable and it seems that all
> functions (minimize, close, move ...) are set by default.
> I have found also a function set_deletable that should be adapted to my
> needs, but I'm not using the right pygtk version.
If you set the functions and don't include the gtk.gdk.FUNC_CLOSE that
tells the WM that you don't want to display the close button in the
> John Finlay wrote:
>> awalter1 wrote:
>>> In my application python/gtk, I want to inhibate the item "close" from
>>> standard menu available in all windows (bottom up of the window) and that
>>> allows actions as : minimize, maximise, ... close.
>>> If it is not possible to do that, which signal may I connect to be wake
>>> up ?
>>> I've found the signal "delete-event" to catch the "close" action, but it
>>> required to connect it for each windows that is a little bit heavy for my
>>> Thanks for your help
>> Try the gtk.gdk.Window.set_functions() method to see if that works with
>> your window manager. Not all window managers will honor the request.
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