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gtk.gdk.Cursor(display, cursor_type)
gtk.gdk.Cursor(display, pixbuf, x, y)
gtk.gdk.Cursor(source, mask, fg, bg, x, y)
def get_display()

Description

A gtk.gdk.Cursor represents a bitmap image used for the mouse pointer. Each gtk.gdk.Window can have its own cursor. By default a gtk.gdk.Window uses its parent's cursor. A standard set of cursors is provided in PyGTK:

gtk.gdk.X_CURSOR

gtk.gdk.ARROW

gtk.gdk.BASED_ARROW_DOWN

gtk.gdk.BASED_ARROW_UP

gtk.gdk.BOAT

gtk.gdk.BOGOSITY

gtk.gdk.BOTTOM_LEFT_CORNER

gtk.gdk.BOTTOM_RIGHT_CORNER

gtk.gdk.BOTTOM_SIDE

gtk.gdk.BOTTOM_TEE

gtk.gdk.BOX_SPIRAL

gtk.gdk.CENTER_PTR

gtk.gdk.CIRCLE

gtk.gdk.CLOCK

gtk.gdk.COFFEE_MUG

gtk.gdk.CROSS

gtk.gdk.CROSS_REVERSE

gtk.gdk.CROSSHAIR

gtk.gdk.DIAMOND_CROSS

gtk.gdk.DOT

gtk.gdk.DOTBOX

gtk.gdk.DOUBLE_ARROW

gtk.gdk.DRAFT_LARGE

gtk.gdk.DRAFT_SMALL

gtk.gdk.DRAPED_BOX

gtk.gdk.EXCHANGE

gtk.gdk.FLEUR

gtk.gdk.GOBBLER

gtk.gdk.GUMBY

gtk.gdk.HAND1

gtk.gdk.HAND2

gtk.gdk.HEART

gtk.gdk.ICON

gtk.gdk.IRON_CROSS

gtk.gdk.LEFT_PTR

gtk.gdk.LEFT_SIDE

gtk.gdk.LEFT_TEE

gtk.gdk.LEFTBUTTON

gtk.gdk.LL_ANGLE

gtk.gdk.LR_ANGLE

gtk.gdk.MAN

gtk.gdk.MIDDLEBUTTON

gtk.gdk.MOUSE

gtk.gdk.PENCIL

gtk.gdk.PIRATE

gtk.gdk.PLUS

gtk.gdk.QUESTION_ARROW

gtk.gdk.RIGHT_PTR

gtk.gdk.RIGHT_SIDE

gtk.gdk.RIGHT_TEE

gtk.gdk.RIGHTBUTTON

gtk.gdk.RTL_LOGO

gtk.gdk.SAILBOAT

gtk.gdk.SB_DOWN_ARROW

gtk.gdk.SB_H_DOUBLE_ARROW

gtk.gdk.SB_LEFT_ARROW

gtk.gdk.SB_RIGHT_ARROW

gtk.gdk.SB_UP_ARROW

gtk.gdk.SB_V_DOUBLE_ARROW

gtk.gdk.SHUTTLE

gtk.gdk.SIZING

gtk.gdk.SPIDER

gtk.gdk.SPRAYCAN

gtk.gdk.STAR

gtk.gdk.TARGET

gtk.gdk.TCROSS

gtk.gdk.TOP_LEFT_ARROW

gtk.gdk.TOP_LEFT_CORNER

gtk.gdk.TOP_RIGHT_CORNER

gtk.gdk.TOP_SIDE

gtk.gdk.TOP_TEE

gtk.gdk.TREK

gtk.gdk.UL_ANGLE

gtk.gdk.UMBRELLA

gtk.gdk.UR_ANGLE

gtk.gdk.WATCH

gtk.gdk.XTERM

Constructor

    gtk.gdk.Cursor(cursor_type)

cursor_type :

the standard cursor to create

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Cursor

Creates the new gtk.gdk.Cursor from a builtin cursor specified by cursor_type. To make the cursor invisible, see the description of the gtk.gdk.Cursor() constructor that creates a cursor from a pixmap below.

    gtk.gdk.Cursor(display, cursor_type)

display :

the gtk.gdk.Display to create the cursor for

cursor_type :

the standard cursor to create

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Cursor

Note

This constructor is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above.

Creates the new gtk.gdk.Cursor for the gtk.gdk.Display specified by display from a builtin cursor specified by cursor_type. To make the cursor invisible, see the description of the gtk.gdk.Cursor() constructor that creates a cursor from a pixmap below.

    gtk.gdk.Cursor(display, pixbuf, x, y)

display :

the gtk.gdk.Display to create the cursor for

pixbuf :

the gtk.gdk.Pixbuf holding the cursor image

x :

the "hot spot" x offset

y :

the "hot spot" y offset

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Cursor

Note

This constructor is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above.

Creates a new gtk.gdk.Cursor for the gtk.gdk.Display specified by display using the gtk.gdk.Pixbuf specified by source as the icon image. The "hotspot" of the cursor will be located as the position specified by x and y. To make the cursor invisible, see the description of the gtk.gdk.Cursor() constructor that creates a cursor from a pixmap below

    gtk.gdk.Cursor(source, mask, fg, bg, x, y)

source :

the gtk.gdk.Pixmap holding the cursor image

mask :

the gtk.gdk.Pixmap to use as a mask

fg :

the unallocated foreground gtk.gdk.Color

bg :

the unallocated background gtk.gdk.Color

x :

the "hot spot" x offset

y :

the "hot spot" y offset

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Cursor

Creates a new gtk.gdk.Cursor using:

  • the gtk.gdk.Pixmap specified by source as the icon image
  • the gtk.gdk.Pixmap specified by mask to mask source (must be the same size as source)
  • the gtk.gdk.Color specified by fg as the foreground color of the cursor
  • the gtk.gdk.Color specified by bg as the background color of the cursor
  • the horizontal offset of the cursor "hot spot" specified by x
  • the vertical offset of the cursor "hot spot" specified by y

To make the cursor invisible, create a cursor from an empty gtk.gdk.Pixmap as follows:

  pixmap = gtk.gdk.Pixmap(None, 1, 1, 1)
  color = gtk.gdk.Color()
  cursor = gtk.gdk.Cursor(pixmap, pixmap, color, color, 0, 0)

Methods

gtk.gdk.Cursor.get_display

    def get_display()

Returns :

the associated gtk.gdk.Display

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.2 and above.

The get_display() method returns the gtk.gdk.Display on which the cursor is defined.

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