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): gtk.Toolbar()
def insert(item, pos)
def get_item_index(item)
def get_n_items()
def get_nth_item(n)
def get_drop_index(x, y)
def set_drop_highlight_item(tool_item, index)
def set_show_arrow(show_arrow)
def get_show_arrow()
def get_relief_style()
def append_item(text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data=None)
def prepend_item(text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data)
def insert_item(text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data, position)
def insert_stock(stock_id, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, callback, user_data, position)
def append_space()
def prepend_space()
def insert_space(position)
def remove_space(position)
def append_element(type, widget, text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data)
def prepend_element(type, widget, text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data)
def insert_element(type, widget, text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data, position)
def append_widget(widget, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text)
def prepend_widget(widget, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text)
def insert_widget(widget, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, position)
def set_orientation(orientation)
def set_style(style)
def set_icon_size(icon_size)
def set_tooltips(enable)
def unset_style()
def unset_icon_size()
def get_orientation()
def get_style()
def get_icon_size()
def get_tooltips()

Ancestry

+-- gobject.GObject
  +-- gtk.Object
    +-- gtk.Widget
      +-- gtk.Container
        +-- gtk.Toolbar

Implemented Interfaces

gtk.Toolbar implements gtk.Buildable

gtk.Toolbar Properties

gtk.Object Properties

gtk.Widget Properties

gtk.Container Properties

"icon-size"Read-WriteThe size of the icons in a toolbar is normally determined by the "toolbar-icon-size" setting. When this property is set, it overrides the setting. This should only be used for special-purpose toolbars, normal application toolbars should respect the user preferences for the size of icons. This property is available in GTK+ 2.10 and above.
"icon-size-set"Read-Writeif True the icon-size property has been set. This property is available in GTK+ 2.10 and above.
"orientation"Read-WriteThe orientation of the toolbar: gtk.ORIENTATION_HORIZONTAL or gtk.ORIENTATION_VERTICAL
"show-arrow"Read-WriteIf True an arrow should be shown if the toolbar doesn't fit. Available in GTK+ 2.4 and above.
"toolbar-style"Read-WriteThe toolbar style: gtk.TOOLBAR_ICONS, gtk.TOOLBAR_TEXT, gtk.TOOLBAR_BOTH or gtk.TOOLBAR_BOTH_HORIZ
"tooltips"Read-WriteIf the tooltips of the toolbar should be active or not. This property is available in GTK+ 2.8 and above.

gtk.Toolbar Style Properties

gtk.Widget Style Properties

"button-relief"ReadThe type of bevel around toolbar buttons: gtk.RELIEF_NORMAL, gtk.RELIEF_HALF or gtk.RELIEF_NONE
"internal-padding"ReadThe amount of border space between the toolbar shadow and the buttons
"max-child-expand"ReadMaximum amount of space an expandable item will be given
"shadow-type"ReadThe style of bevel around the toolbar: gtk.SHADOW_NONE, gtk.SHADOW_IN, gtk.SHADOW_OUT, gtk.SHADOW_ETCHED_IN or gtk.SHADOW_ETCHED_OUT
"space-size"ReadThe size of spacers
"space-style"ReadThe spacer style: gtk.TOOLBAR_SPACE_EMPTY or gtk.TOOLBAR_SPACE_LINE

gtk.Toolbar Child Properties

"expand"Read-WriteIf True, the item should receive extra space when the toolbar grows. Available in GTK+ 2.4 and above.

gtk.Toolbar Signal Prototypes

gobject.GObject Signal Prototypes

gtk.Object Signal Prototypes

gtk.Widget Signal Prototypes

gtk.Container Signal Prototypes

"focus-home-or-end

def callback(toolbar, focus_home, user_param1, ...)

"move-focus

def callback(toolbar, dir, user_param1, ...)

"orientation-changed"

def callback(toolbar, orientation, user_param1, ...)

"popup-context-menu"

def callback(toolbar, x, y, button, user_param1, ...)

"style-changed"

def callback(toolbar, style, user_param1, ...)

Description

A gtk.Toolbar is a subclass of gtk.Container that holds and manages a set of buttons and widgets in a horizontal or vertical bar. A gtk.Toolbar is usually used in an application as an alternative to a menu to provide a more direct means to activate dialogs or set options. Items in the toolbar can be visibly grouped by adding space between the elements. The toolbar style can be set to display only icons, only text or both icons and text. Each toolbar item has an associated gtk.Tooltips to provide a brief description of the items purpose.

In PyGTK 2.4 the interface of the gtk.Toolbar has changed to take advantage of the new gtk.ToolItem widgets. The following describes the new features.

A toolbar can contain instances of a subclass of gtk.ToolItem (gtk.ToolButton, gtk.RadioToolButton, gtk.ToggleToolButton and gtk.SeparatorToolItem). To add a gtk.ToolItem to the a toolbar, use the insert() method. To remove an item from the toolbar use the gtk.Container.remove() method. To add a button to the toolbar, add an instance of gtk.ToolButton. Toolbar items can be visually grouped by adding instances of gtk.SeparatorToolItem to the toolbar. If a gtk.SeparatorToolItem has the "expand" property set to True and the "draw" property set to False the effect is to force all following items to the end of the toolbar. Creating a context menu for the toolbar can be done by connecting to the "popup-context-menu" signal.

Constructor

    gtk.Toolbar()

Returns :

a new gtk.Toolbar widget

Creates a new gtk.Toolbar widget.

Methods

gtk.Toolbar.insert

    def insert(item, pos)

item :

a gtk.ToolItem

pos :

the position of the new item

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The insert() method inserts the gtk.ToolItem specified by item into the toolbar at the position specified by pos. If pos is 0 item is prepended to the start of the toolbar. If pos is negative, item is appended to the end of the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.get_item_index

    def get_item_index(item)

item :

a gtk.ToolItem that is a child of the toolbar

Returns :

the position of item on the toolbar.

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The get_item_index() method returns the position (starting from 0) on the toolbar of the gtk.ToolItem specified by item. It is an error if item is not a child of the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.get_n_items

    def get_n_items()

Returns :

the number of items on the toolbar

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The get_n_items() method returns the number of items on the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.get_nth_item

    def get_nth_item(n)

n :

a position on the toolbar

Returns :

The gtk.ToolItem on the toolbar at position n, or None if there isn't an item at position n

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The get_nth_item() method returns the toolbar gtk.ToolItem at the position specified by n, or None if the toolbar does not contain an item at position n.

gtk.Toolbar.get_drop_index

    def get_drop_index(x, y)

x :

the x coordinate of a point on the toolbar

y :

the y coordinate of a point on the toolbar

Returns :

The toolbar position corresponding to the point (x, y).

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The get_drop_index() method returns the position on the toolbar corresponding to the point specified by x and y. This is useful when dragging items to the toolbar. This method returns the position index where a new item should be inserted.

The x and y coordinates are relative to the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.set_drop_highlight_item

    def set_drop_highlight_item(tool_item, index)

tool_item :

a gtk.ToolItem, or None to turn off highlighting

index :

a position index on the toolbar

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The set_drop_highlight_item() method highlights the toolbar to give an idea of what it would look like if the gtk.ToolItem specified by tool_item was added at the position specified by index. If tool_item is None, highlighting is turned off and index is ignored.

The tool_item passed to this method must not be part of any widget hierarchy. When an item is set as drop highlight item it can not added to any widget hierarchy or used as highlight item for another toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.set_show_arrow

    def set_show_arrow(show_arrow)

show_arrow :

if True, show an arrow to indicate menu overflow

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The set_show_arrow() method sets the "show-arrow" property to the value of show_arrow. If show_arrow is True an arrow is displayed (for an overflow menu) when the toolbar doesn't have room for all items on it. Items that are not displayed due to a lack of room are available through the overflow menu.

gtk.Toolbar.get_show_arrow

    def get_show_arrow()

Returns :

True if an overflow menu can be used

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The get_show_arrow() method returns the value of the "show-arrow" property. If "show-arrow" is True the toolbar has an overflow menu. See the set_show_arrow() method for more information.

gtk.Toolbar.get_relief_style

    def get_relief_style()

Returns :

the relief style of buttons on the toolbar

Note

This method is available in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The get_relief_style() method returns the relief style of buttons on the toolbar. See the gtk.Button.set_relief() method for more information. The return value will be one of:

  • gtk.RELIEF_NORMAL
  • gtk.RELIEF_HALF
  • gtk.RELIEF_NONE

gtk.Toolbar.append_item

    def append_item(text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data=None)

text :

the text label or None

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

icon :

a gtk.Widget or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

Returns :

a gtk.Button widget

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The append_item() method adds a new gtk.Button to the end (right or bottom) of the toolbar with:

  • the label specified by text,
  • the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively and
  • an icon (or any gtk.Widget) specified by icon.

A reference to the new button is returned. When the button is clicked the function or method specified by callback will be called with the user data specified by user_data. All or any of the arguments can have the value None.

gtk.Toolbar.prepend_item

    def prepend_item(text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data)

text :

the text label or None

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

icon :

a gtk.Widget or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

Returns :

a gtk.Button widget

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The prepend_item() method adds a new gtk.Button to the beginning (left or top) of the toolbar with:

  • the label specified by text,
  • the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively and
  • an icon (or any gtk.Widget) specified by icon.

A reference to the new button is returned. When the button is clicked the function or method specified by callback will be called with the user data specified by user_data. All or any of the arguments can have the value None.

gtk.Toolbar.insert_item

    def insert_item(text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data, position)

text :

the text label or None

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

icon :

a gtk.Widget or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

position :

The position to insert the button or -1 to append

Returns :

a gtk.Button widget

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The insert_item() method inserts a new gtk.Button the toolbar at the position specified by position with:

  • the label specified by text,
  • the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively and
  • an icon (or any gtk.Widget) specified by icon.

A reference to the new button is returned. When the button is clicked the function or method specified by callback will be called with the user data specified by user_data. All or any of the arguments (except position) can have the value None. If position is negative the button will be appended to the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.insert_stock

    def insert_stock(stock_id, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, callback, user_data, position)

stock_id :

the ID of the stock item to use as the button label and icon

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

position :

The position to insert the button or -1 to append

Returns :

a gtk.Button widget

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The insert_stock() method inserts a new gtk.Button the toolbar at the position specified by position with:

  • the stock item specified by stock_id used for the label text and icon,
  • the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively.

A reference to the new button is returned. When the button is clicked the function or method specified by callback will be called with the user data specified by user_data. All or any of the arguments (except position) can have the value None. If position is negative the button will be appended to the toolbar. If stock_id is not a known stock item ID, it's inserted verbatim, except that underscores are used to mark mnemonic accelerators.

gtk.Toolbar.append_space

    def append_space()

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The append_space() method appends a space to the end of the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.prepend_space

    def prepend_space()

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The prepend_space() method prepends a space to the beginning of the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.insert_space

    def insert_space(position)

position :

The position to insert the space or -1 to append

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The insert_space() method inserts a space at the specified position in the toolbar.

gtk.Toolbar.remove_space

    def remove_space(position)

position :

the index of the space to remove.

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The remove_space() method removes a space from the specified position.

gtk.Toolbar.append_element

    def append_element(type, widget, text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data)

type :

the type of widget - one of: gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_SPACE, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_BUTTON, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_TOGGLEBUTTON, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_RADIOBUTTON or gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_WIDGET

widget :

a widget or None

text :

the text label or None

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

icon :

a gtk.Widget or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

Returns :

the new toolbar element as a gtk.Widget.

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The append_element() method adds a new element of the specified type to the end (right or bottom) of the toolbar with the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively. The behavior of the method depends on the type of element being added:

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_WIDGET

The specified widget is the element added to the toolbar. The text, icon, callback and user_data arguments are ignored.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_BUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.Button to add to the toolbar. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal. The widget argument must have the value None.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_TOGGLEBUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.ToggleButton to add to the toolbar. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal. The widget argument must have the value None.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_RADIOBUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.RadioButton to add to the toolbar. The gtk.RadioButton specified by widget is used to set the group for the radiobutton. If widget is None a new radiobutton group is created. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_SPACE

A space element is added to the toolbar. The widget argument must have the value None. The text, icon, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, callback and user_data arguments are ignored.

The text, icon, callback, user_data, tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text arguments may have the value None.

gtk.Toolbar.prepend_element

    def prepend_element(type, widget, text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data)

type :

the type of widget - one of: gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_SPACE, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_BUTTON, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_TOGGLEBUTTON, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_RADIOBUTTON or gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_WIDGET

widget :

a widget or None

text :

the text label or None

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

icon :

a gtk.Widget or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

Returns :

the new toolbar element as a gtk.Widget.

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The prepend_element() method adds a new element of the specified type to the beginning (left or top) of the toolbar with the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively. The behavior of the method depends on the type of element being added:

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_WIDGET

The widget specified by widget is the element added to the toolbar, otherwise widget should be None. The text, icon, callback and user_data arguments are ignored.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_BUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.Button to add to the toolbar. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal. The widget argument must have the value None.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_TOGGLEBUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.ToggleButton to add to the toolbar. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal. The widget argument must have the value None.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_RADIOBUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.RadioButton to add to the toolbar. The gtk.RadioButton specified by widget is used to set the group for the radiobutton. If widget is None a new radiobutton group is created. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_SPACE

A space element is added to the toolbar. The widget argument must have the value None. The text, icon, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, callback and user_data arguments are ignored.

The text, icon, callback, user_data, tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text arguments may have the value None.

gtk.Toolbar.insert_element

    def insert_element(type, widget, text, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, icon, callback, user_data, position)

type :

the type of widget - one of: gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_SPACE, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_BUTTON, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_TOGGLEBUTTON, gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_RADIOBUTTON or gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_WIDGET

widget :

a widget or None

text :

the text label or None

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

icon :

a gtk.Widget or None

callback :

a callback function or method or None

user_data :

a user data object or None

position :

the position to insert the new element at.

Returns :

the new toolbar element as a gtk.Widget.

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The insert_element() method adds a new element of the specified type at the specified position in the toolbar with the gtk.Tooltips text and private text specified by tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text respectively. The behavior of the method depends on the type of element being added:

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_WIDGET

The widget specified by widget is the element added to the toolbar, otherwise widget should be None. The text, icon, callback and user_data arguments are ignored.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_BUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.Button to add to the toolbar. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal. The widget argument must have the value None.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_TOGGLEBUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.ToggleButton to add to the toolbar. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal. The widget argument must have the value None.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_RADIOBUTTON

The string specified by text and the gtk.Widget specified by icon are used to create the label for a gtk.RadioButton to add to the toolbar. The gtk.RadioButton specified by widget is used to set the group for the radiobutton. If widget is None a new radiobutton group is created. The function or method specified by callback and the object specified by user_data are connected to the button's "clicked" signal.

gtk.TOOLBAR_CHILD_SPACE

A space element is added to the toolbar. The widget argument must have the value None. The text, icon, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, callback and user_data arguments are ignored.

The text, icon, callback, user_data, tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text arguments may have the value None.

gtk.Toolbar.append_widget

    def append_widget(widget, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text)

widget :

a gtk.Widget to add to the toolbar.

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The append_widget() method adds the specified widget to the end (right or bottom) of the toolbar. tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text specify the tooltip text and private text respectively.

gtk.Toolbar.prepend_widget

    def prepend_widget(widget, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text)

widget :

a gtk.Widget to add to the toolbar.

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The prepend_widget() method adds the specified widget to the start (left or top) of the toolbar. tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text specify the tooltip text and private text respectively.

gtk.Toolbar.insert_widget

    def insert_widget(widget, tooltip_text, tooltip_private_text, position)

widget :

a gtk.Widget to add to the toolbar.

tooltip_text :

the tooltip text or None

tooltip_private_text :

the private tooltip text or None

position :

the position to insert this widget at.

Warning

This method is deprecated in PyGTK 2.4 and above

The insert_widget() method adds the specified widget at the specified position in the toolbar. tooltip_text and tooltip_private_text specify the tooltip text and private text respectively.

gtk.Toolbar.set_orientation

    def set_orientation(orientation)

orientation :

the new orientation either gtk.ORIENTATION_HORIZONTAL or gtk.ORIENTATION_VERTICAL

The set_orientation() method sets the "orientation" property to the value of orientation. The value of orientation is either gtk.ORIENTATION_HORIZONTAL or gtk.ORIENTATION_VERTICAL

gtk.Toolbar.set_style

    def set_style(style)

style :

the new style - one of: gtk.TOOLBAR_ICONS, gtk.TOOLBAR_TEXT, gtk.TOOLBAR_BOTH or gtk.TOOLBAR_BOTH_HORIZ

The set_style() method sets the "toolbar-style" property to the value of style. The value of style must be one of the GTK Toolbar Style Constants. Setting the style overrides the user preferences for the toolbar style.

Note

A gtk.ToolItem label will not be displayed if the toolbar style is gtk.TOOLBAR_BOTH_HORIZ and the gtk.ToolItem "is-important" property is False (the default). See the gtk.ToolItem.set_is_important() method for more information.

gtk.Toolbar.set_icon_size

    def set_icon_size(icon_size)

icon_size :

The size of stock icons in the toolbar - one of: gtk.ICON_SIZE_MENU, gtk.ICON_SIZE_SMALL_TOOLBAR, gtk.ICON_SIZE_LARGE_TOOLBAR, gtk.ICON_SIZE_BUTTON, gtk.ICON_SIZE_DND or gtk.ICON_SIZE_DIALOG

The set_icon_size() method sets the size of stock icons in the toolbar to the value specified by icon_size. The value of icon_size must be one of:

  • gtk.ICON_SIZE_MENU
  • gtk.ICON_SIZE_SMALL_TOOLBAR
  • gtk.ICON_SIZE_LARGE_TOOLBAR
  • gtk.ICON_SIZE_BUTTON
  • gtk.ICON_SIZE_DND, or
  • gtk.ICON_SIZE_DIALOG

This method can be called both before and after adding the icons. Setting the icon size will override the user preferences for the default icon size.

gtk.Toolbar.set_tooltips

    def set_tooltips(enable)

enable :

if True tooltips should be used

The set_tooltips() method enables or disables tooltips for the toolbar depending on the value of enable. If enable is True, tooltips will be used.

gtk.Toolbar.unset_style

    def unset_style()

The unset_style() method unsets a toolbar style set with the set_style() method, allowing the user preferences to determine the toolbar style.

gtk.Toolbar.unset_icon_size

    def unset_icon_size()

The unset_icon_size() method unsets toolbar icon size set with the set_icon_size(), allowing the user preferences to determine the icon size.

gtk.Toolbar.get_orientation

    def get_orientation()

Returns :

the orientation

The get_orientation() method returns the value of the "orientation" property that determines the current orientation of the toolbar. See the set_orientation() method for more details.

gtk.Toolbar.get_style

    def get_style()

Returns :

the current toolbar style

The get_style() method returns the value of the "toolbar-style" property. See the set_style() method for more details.

gtk.Toolbar.get_icon_size

    def get_icon_size()

Returns :

the current icon size for the icons on the toolbar.

The get_icon_size() method returns the current icon size for the toolbar. See the set_icon_size() method for more details.

gtk.Toolbar.get_tooltips

    def get_tooltips()

Returns :

True if tooltips are enabled

The get_tooltips() method returns True if tooltips are enabled. See the set_tooltips() method for more details.

Signals

The "focus-home-or-end" gtk.Toolbar Signal

    def callback(toolbar, focus_home, user_param1, ...)

toolbar :

the gtk.Toolbar which emitted the signal the object which received the signal.

focus_home :

True if the first item should be focused

user_param1 :

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

... :

additional user parameters (if any)

Returns :

True if the signal was handled, False if not

A keybinding signal used internally by GTK+. This signal can't be used in application code

The "move-focus" gtk.Toolbar Signal

    def callback(toolbar, dir, arg1, user_param1, ...)

toolbar :

the gtk.Toolbar which emitted the signal the object which received the signal.

dir :

one of the GTK Direction Type Constants

user_param1 :

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

... :

additional user parameters (if any)

Returns :

True if the signal was handled, False if not

A keybinding signal used internally by GTK+. This signal can't be used in application code.

The "orientation-changed" gtk.Toolbar Signal

    def callback(toolbar, orientation, user_param1, ...)

toolbar :

the toolbar that received the signal

orientation :

the new orientation

user_param1 :

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

... :

additional user parameters (if any)

The "orientation-changed" signal is emitted when the orientation of toolbar is changed.

The "popup-context-menu" gtk.Toolbar Signal

    def callback(toolbar, x, y, button, user_param1, ...)

toolbar :

the toolbar that received the signal

x :

the x coordinate of the mouse event

y :

the u coordinate of the mouse event

button :

the number of the mouse button

user_param1 :

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

... :

additional user parameters (if any)

Returns :

True if the signal was handled

Note

This signal is available in GTK+ 2.4 and above.

The "popup-context-menu" signal is emitted when the user right-clicks the toolbar or uses the keybinding to display a popup menu. Application developers should handle this signal if they want to display a context menu on the toolbar. The context-menu should appear at the coordinates given by x and y. The mouse button number is given by the button parameter. If the menu was popped up using the keyboard, button is -1.

The "style-changed" gtk.Toolbar Signal

    def callback(toolbar, style, user_param1, ...)

toolbar :

the toolbar that received the signal

style :

the new style

user_param1 :

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

... :

additional user parameters (if any)

The "style-changed" signal is emitted when the style of toolbar is changed.

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