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Functions

    def gtk.gdk.bitmap_create_from_data(drawable, data, width, height)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_data(drawable, data, width, height, depth, fg, bg)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm(window, transparent_color, filename)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm(window, colormap, transparent_color, filename)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm_d(window, transparent_color, data)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm_d(window, colormap, transparent_color, data)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new(anid)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup(anid)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new_for_display(display, anid)
def gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup_for_display(display, anid)

Ancestry

+-- gobject.GObject
  +-- gtk.gdk.Drawable
    +-- gtk.gdk.Pixmap

Description

A gtk.gdk.Pixmap is an offscreen gtk.gdk.Drawable. It can be drawn upon with the standard gtk.gdk.Drawable drawing primitives, then copied to another gtk.gdk.Drawable (such as a gtk.gdk.Window) with the draw_drawable() method. The depth of a pixmap is the number of bits per pixels. A bitmaps are simply a gtk.gdk.Pixmap with a depth of 1. (That is, they are monochrome pixmaps - each pixel can be either on or off).

Constructor

    gtk.gdk.Pixmap(drawable, width, height, depth=-1)

drawable :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable used to determine default values for the new pixmap or None if depth is specified.

width :

the width of the new pixmap in pixels.

height :

the height of the new pixmap in pixels.

depth :

the depth (number of bits per pixel) of the new pixmap or -1 to use the depth of drawable.

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap object

Creates a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap with the size specified by width and height and the number of bits per pixel specified by depth.

Functions

gtk.gdk.bitmap_create_from_data

    def gtk.gdk.bitmap_create_from_data(drawable, data, width, height)

drawable :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable used to determine default values for the new pixmap or None to use the root window.

data :

a string containing the XBM data

width :

the width of the new bitmap in pixels.

height :

the height of the new bitmap in pixels.

Returns :

a new bitmap (gtk.gdk.Pixmap) object

The gtk.gdk.bitmap_create_from_data() function returns a new bitmap of the size specified by width and height from the XBM format string specified by data.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_data

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_data(drawable, data, width, height, depth, fg, bg)

drawable :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable used to determine default values for the new pixmap or None if depth is specified.

data :

the string containing the pixmap data.

width :

the width of the new pixmap in pixels.

height :

the height of the new pixmap in pixels.

depth :

the depth (number of bits per pixel) of the new pixmap or -1 to use the depth of drawable.

fg :

the foreground color.

bg :

he background color.

Returns :

a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap object

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_data() function creates a two-color gtk.gdk.Pixmap of the size specified by width and height from the XBM format string specified by data. The foreground and background colors of the pixmap are specified by fg and bg respectively. If depth is -1 drawable is used to determine the bits per pixels otherwise the value of depth is used.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm(window, transparent_color, filename)

window :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable, used to determine default values for the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap.

transparent_color :

the color to be used for the pixels that are transparent in the input file or None to use a default color.

filename :

the name of a file containing XPM data.

Returns :

a tuple containing a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap object and a bitmap that is the transparency mask.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm() function returns a tuple containing a gtk.gdk.Pixmap and a bitmap transparency mask created from the XPM data in the file specified by filename. transparent_color (if not None) specifies the gtk.gdk.Color to by used for the transparent pixels.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm(window, colormap, transparent_color, filename)

window :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable, used to determine default values for the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap or None if a gtk.gdk.Colormap is specified.

colormap :

the gtk.gdk.Colormap that the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap will be use or None to use the colormap of window.

transparent_color :

the color to be used for the pixels that are transparent in the input file or None to use a default color.

filename :

the name of a file containing XPM data.

Returns :

a tuple containing a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap object and a bitmap that is the transparency mask.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm() function returns a tuple containing a gtk.gdk.Pixmap and a bitmap transparency mask created from the XPM data in the file specified by filename. transparent_color (if not None) specifies the gtk.gdk.Color to by used for the transparent pixels. If colormap is not None it must specify a gtk.gdk.Colormap that the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap will use. If colormap is None the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap will use the colormap of window.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm_d

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm_d(window, transparent_color, data)

window :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable, used to determine default values for the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap.

transparent_color :

the color to be used for the pixels that are transparent in the input file or None to use a default color.

data :

a list of strings containing the XPM data.

Returns :

a tuple containing a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap object and a bitmap that is the transparency mask.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_create_from_xpm_d() function returns a tuple containing a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap and a bitmap transparency mask created from the XPM data contained in data. transparent_color (if not None) specifies the gtk.gdk.Color to by used for the transparent pixels.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm_d

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm_d(window, colormap, transparent_color, data)

window :

a gtk.gdk.Drawable, used to determine default values for the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap.

colormap :

the gtk.gdk.Colormap that the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap will be use or None to use the colormap of window.

transparent_color :

the color to be used for the pixels that are transparent in the input file or None to use a default color.

data :

a list of strings containing the XPM data.

Returns :

a tuple containing a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap object and a bitmap that is the transparency mask.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_colormap_create_from_xpm_d() function returns a tuple containing a new gtk.gdk.Pixmap and a bitmap transparency mask created from the XPM data contained in data. transparent_color (if not None) specifies the gtk.gdk.Color to by used for the transparent pixels. If colormap is not None it must specify a gtk.gdk.Colormap that the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap will use. If colormap is None the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap will use the colormap of window.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new(anid)

anid :

a native window system pixmap handle.

Returns :

the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap wrapper for the native pixmap or None if the pixmap has been destroyed.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new() function returns a gtk.gdk.Pixmap that wraps the native window specified by anid for the default display. If the pixmap has been destroyed this function returns None. In the X backend, anid must specify an Xlib XID that is a native pixmap handle.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup(anid)

anid :

a native window system pixmap handle.

Returns :

the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap wrapper for the native pixmap or None if the pixmap has been destroyed.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup() function returns looks up and returns the gtk.gdk.Pixmap that wraps the native pixmap handle specified by anid. This method returns None if no gtk.gdk.Pixmap wraps anid. In the X backend, anid must specify an Xlib XID that is a native pixmap handle.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new_for_display

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new_for_display(display, anid)

display :

a gtk.gdk.Display object

anid :

a native window system pixmap handle.

Returns :

the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap wrapper for the native pixmap or None if the pixmap has been destroyed.

Note

This function is available in PyGTK2.2 and above.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_foreign_new_for_display() function returns a gtk.gdk.Pixmap that wraps the native window specified by anid for the gtk.gdk.Display specified by display. If the pixmap has been destroyed this function returns None. In the X backend, anid must specify an Xlib XID that is a native pixmap handle.

gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup_for_display

    def gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup_for_display(display, anid)

display :

a gtk.gdk.Display object

anid :

a native window system pixmap handle.

Returns :

the new gtk.gdk.Pixmap wrapper for the native pixmap or None if the pixmap has been destroyed.

Note

This function is available in PyGTK2.2 and above.

The gtk.gdk.pixmap_lookup_for_display() function returns looks up and returns the gtk.gdk.Pixmap that wraps the native pixmap handle specified by anid for the gtk.gdk.Display specified by display. This method returns None if no gtk.gdk.Pixmap wraps anid. In the X backend, anid must specify an Xlib XID that is a native pixmap handle.

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