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The Gtk.Spinner displays an icon-size spinning animation. It is often used as an alternative to a GtkProgressBar for displaying an indefinite activity. We can use… Read More
ProgressBar is used to display the progress of long-running operations. The Gtk.ProgressBar can be used in two different modes –  Percentage mode Activity mode. When… Read More
Gtk.CellRenderer widgets are used to display information within widgets such as the Gtk.TreeView or Gtk.ComboBox. Below are the seven Gtk.CellRenderer widgets used for different purposes.… Read More
Labels are the main method of placing non-editable text in windows. For example, label can be used as a title placed next to entry widget.… Read More
Gtk.Grid is a container which arranges its child widgets in rows and columns, without the specification of the dimensions in the constructor. Children are added… Read More
A Gtk.HeaderBar is same as the horizontal Gtk.Box, it allows to place children at the start or the end and title to be displayed. GTK+… Read More
The Gtk.Notebook widget is a Gtk.Container whose children are pages that can be switched between using tab labels along one edge. Configuration options for GtkNotebook.… Read More
A Gtk.Stack is a container which allows visibility to one of its child at a time. Gtk.Stack does not provide any direct access for users… Read More
Prerequisite – Python – Creating window, button in GTK+ 3 In GTK+ rather than specifying the position and size of each widget in the window,… Read More
GTK+ 3 is a free and open-source cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces (GUIs). It is licensed under the terms of the GNU… Read More