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): def set_metric(metric)
def set_range(lower, upper, position, max_size)
def draw_ticks()
def draw_pos()
def get_metric()
def get_range()

Ancestry

+-- gobject.GObject
  +-- gtk.Object
    +-- gtk.Widget
      +-- gtk.Ruler

Implemented Interfaces

gtk.Ruler implements gtk.Buildable

gtk.Ruler Properties

gtk.Object Properties

gtk.Widget Properties

"lower"Read-Writethe lower limit of the ruler
"max-size"Read-Writethe maximum size of the ruler
"metric"Read-WriteThe metric used for the ruler. This property is available in GTK+ 2.8 and above.
"position"Read-Writethe position of the mark on the ruler
"upper"Read-Writethe upper limit of the ruler

gtk.Ruler Style Properties

gtk.Widget Style Properties

gtk.Ruler Signal Prototypes

gobject.GObject Signal Prototypes

gtk.Object Signal Prototypes

gtk.Widget Signal Prototypes

Description

Note

This widget is considered too specialized or little-used for PyGTK and GTK+, and will in the future be moved to some other package. If your application needs this widget, feel free to use it, as the widget does work and is useful in some applications; it's just not of general interest. However, it will eventually move out of the PyGTK and GTK+ distribution.

The gtk.Ruler widget is a base class for horizontal and vertical rulers. Rulers are used to show the mouse pointer's location in a window. Within the ruler a small triangle indicates the location of the mouse relative to the horizontal or vertical ruler. See gtk.HRuler to learn about horizontal rulers. See gtk.VRuler to learn about vertical rulers.

Methods

gtk.Ruler.set_metric

    def set_metric(metric)

metric :

the measurement units

The set_metric() method sets the measurement units of the ruler to the value specified by metric. Available units are gtk.PIXELS, gtk.INCHES, or gtk.CENTIMETERS. The default unit of measurement is gtk.PIXELS.

gtk.Ruler.set_range

    def set_range(lower, upper, position, max_size)

lower :

the upper limit of the ruler

upper :

the lower limit of the ruler

position :

the position of the mark on the ruler

max_size :

the maximum size of the rule

The set_range() method sets the range of the ruler to the values specified by lower, upper, position and max_size (all values are floats).

gtk.Ruler.draw_ticks

    def draw_ticks()

The draw_ticks() method is overridden by the gtk.Ruler subclasses (gtk.HRuler and gtk.VRuler) to draw the tick marks on the ruler. This method is not used by applications.

gtk.Ruler.draw_pos

    def draw_pos()

The draw_pos() method is overridden by the gtk.Ruler subclasses (gtk.HRuler and gtk.VRuler) to draw the position mark on the ruler. This method is not used by applications.

gtk.Ruler.get_metric

    def get_metric()

Returns :

the measurement units currently used for the ruler

The get_metric() method returns the units used for a gtk.Ruler. See the set_metric() method.

gtk.Ruler.get_range

    def get_range()

Returns> :

a tuple containing: the lower limit of the ruler, the upper limit of the ruler, the current position of the mark on the ruler and the maximum size of the ruler used when calculating the space to leave for the text.

The get_range() method returns a tuple containing the values indicating the range and current position of a gtk.Ruler. See the set_range() method.

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