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gtk.CellRendererToggle — an object that renders a toggle button into a TreeView cell

Synopsis

class gtk.CellRendererToggle(gtk.CellRenderer):
    gtk.CellRendererToggle()
def get_radio()
def set_radio(radio)
def get_active()
def set_active(setting)

Ancestry

+-- gobject.GObject
  +-- gtk.Object
    +-- gtk.CellRenderer
      +-- gtk.CellRendererToggle

gtk.CellRendererToggle Properties

gtk.Object Properties

gtk.CellRenderer Properties

"activatable"Read/WriteIf True, the toggle button can be activated
"active"Read/WriteIf True, the button is active.
"inconsistent"Read/WriteIf True, the button is in an inconsistent state. GTK+ 2.2 and above.
"indicator-size"Read-WriteSize of check or radio indicator. Allowed values: >= 0. Default value: 12.
"radio"Read/WriteIf True, draw the toggle button as a radio button

gtk.CellRendererToggle Signal Prototypes

gobject.GObject Signal Prototypes

gtk.Object Signal Prototypes

gtk.CellRenderer Signal Prototypes

"toggled"

def callback(cellrenderertoggle, path, user_param1, ...)

Description

The gtk.CellRendererToggle manages the rendering of toggle button into a gtk.TreeView cell. The button is drawn as a radio- or checkbutton, depending on the "radio" property. When activated, it emits the toggled signal.

Constructor

    gtk.CellRendererToggle()

Returns :

the new cell renderer

Creates a new gtk.CellRendererToggle. The toggle button rendering parameters are adjusted using the object properties. The object properties can be set globally (with set_property()). Also, with gtk.TreeViewColumn, you can bind a property to a value in a gtk.TreeModel. For example, you can bind the "active" property on the cell renderer to a boolean value in the model, thus causing the check button to reflect the state of the model.

Methods

gtk.CellRendererToggle.get_radio

    def get_radio()

Returns :

True if we're rendering radio toggles rather than checkboxes

The get_radio() method returns True if radio toggles rather than checkboxes are being rendered.

gtk.CellRendererToggle.set_radio

    def set_radio(radio)

radio :

If True make the toggle look like a radio button

The set_radio() method sets the style of the toggle button. If radio is True, the cell renderer renders a radio toggle (i.e. a toggle in a group of mutually-exclusive toggles). If False, it renders a check toggle (a standalone boolean option). This can be set globally for the cell renderer, or changed just before rendering each cell in the model (for gtk.TreeView, you set up a per-row setting using gtk.TreeViewColumn to associate model columns with cell renderer properties).

gtk.CellRendererToggle.get_active

    def get_active()

Returns :

True if the cell renderer is active.

The get_active() method returns True if the cell renderer is active. See gtk.CellRendererToggle.set_active().

gtk.CellRendererToggle.set_active

    def set_active(setting)

setting :

the value to set.

The set_active() method activates a cell renderer if setting is True and or deactivates a cell renderer if setting is False.

Signals

The "toggled" gtk.CellRendererToggle Signal

    def callback(cellrenderertoggle, path, user_param1, ...)

cellrenderertoggle :

the cellrenderertoggle that received the "toggled" signal

path :

the path of the cellrenderertoggle represented as a string

user_param1 :

the first user parameter (if any) specified with the connect() method

... :

additional user parameters (if any)

The "toggled" signal is emitted when the toggle button in the cell changes state.

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