[pygtk] CellRendererProgress fill fraction

Hugo Teso dixieflatl at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 00:28:53 WST 2011


Almost, I need a pulsing bar but without moving and I also need to be
able to specify where to start and end the bar. Or another way to say
it, I need to be able to specify where to plane the bar and it's length.

May be it's not possible...

El 03/10/11 18:10, Timo escribió:
> On 03-10-11 12:58, Hugo Teso wrote:
>> Hi list!
>>
>> Is there any way to fill a gtk.CellRendererProgress indicating the start
>> and and fractions? Not just the end.
>>
>> As an example of what I would need to do is, instead of this:
>>
>> |##############################----------|
>>
>> I need to do this:
>>
>> |----##########################----------|
> Looking at your example, I suspect you want a pulsing progressbar, one
> that moves from the left to right and back. Check the pulse() method of
> the gtk.ProgressBar  in the reference and tutorial for info and examples.
> 
> Cheers,
> Timo
> 
>> Thanks for your help :)
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