Kiwi password patch and and Windows problem with error (modal) dialogs
clach04 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 22:27:10 BRST 2008
I'm very much a newbie to GTK so when I found Kiwi was delighted at
how it makes dialogs so much easier. Thank you for making it
The CVS link on
fails :-( I think I have the latest code (kiwi-1.9.19.tar.gz), but I
may not have....
I've made a patch for password(), to allow for confirming passwords.
I.e. prompt for password and prompt again, comparing the two. See
attached (for some reason the patch shows all lines in the function
where updated). Is there any chance this (or something like this)
could make it into Kiwi?
I've experienced a problem with Kiwi dialogs under Windows (XP), e.g.
error(). Where if I display an error either with:
dummy_result = error('Yikes!')
dummy_result = error('Yikes!', parent=self.window1)
Then I can bring up the main window in my application and overlay it
over the dialog, so the dialog can no be seen (or even dismissed).
This works fine for me under Linux (Ubuntu Gutsy 7.10). Any ideas?
Presumably this is a problem with pygtk under Windows, I'm just not
sure what to do next to report this :-(
A small test for this is to duct tape together
i.e. add a call to error() in the Buttons.callback() function.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
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