Navigation toolbar edit for pygtk-based algorithm

Hi there,

I'm currently trying to have my own navigation toolbar by deleting some
unuseful buttons.

Solutions given as follows is working for wxpython but not for pygtk since
DeleteToolByPos cannot be found :

http://www.nabble.com/Navigation-toolbar-w-o-subplot-configuration-button-td18747977.html

Has anyone ever tried to edit navigation toolbar with a pygtk-based
algorithm and could share his experience ?

Regards,

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Please take a look at the backend_gtk.py if you're going to customize
the toolbar.

fig.canvas.toolbar is derived from gtk.Toolbar. So, you can customize
it as you do for any gtk.Toolbar.

I guess something like below is similar to DeleteToolByPos in wx. I
just grabbed it by doing dir on the toolbar, so there might be a
better way.

fig.canvas.toolbar.remove(fig.canvas.toolbar.get_nth_item(1))

Regards,

-JJ

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On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 10:53 AM, redrum <jvander59@...32...> wrote:

Hi there,

I'm currently trying to have my own navigation toolbar by deleting some
unuseful buttons.

Solutions given as follows is working for wxpython but not for pygtk since
DeleteToolByPos cannot be found :

http://www.nabble.com/Navigation-toolbar-w-o-subplot-configuration-button-td18747977.html

Has anyone ever tried to edit navigation toolbar with a pygtk-based
algorithm and could share his experience ?

Regards,
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