[pygtk] dialog problem
albrecht.andi at googlemail.com
Sat Jan 10 17:35:07 WST 2009
AFAIK there's not gtk.RESPONSE_QUIT response id. When you create the
dialog in Glade you're able to define a response ID for a dialog
button in the properties editor. The response ID should be an integer
matching one of the response constants in the gtk module, e.g.
>>> import gtk
Hope that helps!
On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 9:05 AM, Miguel Ángel García
<magmaxlistas at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not too sure, but I think that you have to compare with
> RESPONSE_CANCEL despite RESPONSE_QUIT. What I'm sure is that you must
> quit the quotes, because it is a var, not a string.
> If I had had that problem, I had try to set a:
> print gtk.RESPONSE_QUIT, self.response
> between the "run" and the "if" statements, to see what is returning and
> why it is not entering in the condition.
> Good luck!
> El Sat, 10 Jan 2009 12:07:18 +0530
> "anusha k" <anuhacks at gmail.com> escribió:
>> I am developing a account application .In that i added a quit dialog
>> with a two stock buttons i.e quit and cancel.but when i triggered the
>> quit button just closes the dialog not the main window .here is my
>> def dialogQuit(self,widget):
>> self.dialog_quit = self.wTree.get_widget("dialog_quit")
>> self.response = self.dialog_quit.run()
>> if self.response == 'gtk.RESPONSE_QUIT':
>> self.dialog_quit.destroy() <pygtk at daa.com.au>
>> how to solve the issue
>> Thanks in advance
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