Add hooks for PyGTK themes
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I have tried to build a simple PyGTK program, by using PyInstaller? 1.3, accordingly to the suggestions reported in the tickets about PyGTK (hidden imports and Pango files).
Under Windows XP, I have chosen a "theme" for GTK applications, by using the "Theme Selector" application; theme is a sort of visual "look and feel": when I run the script, the chosen theme applies to the window controls; when I run the executable, a standard theme is used instead.
It is probably due to some GTK library settings: if you have fixed the pango problem, I think you should also be able to fix this. All I can tell you is that custom themes (for example, the ones in the user's computer - since it's the user who chooses the themes) are kept under $GTK_HOME/share/themes, and every theme has got a separate directory.
I do not know if this applies to Linux, too.
Change History (5)
comment:3 Changed 3 years ago by htgoebel
- Milestone set to PyInstaller 2.1
- Priority changed from normal to low
- Summary changed from PyGTK themes do not work for frozen executables to Add hooks for PyGTK themes
- Type changed from defect to enhancement