Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pygtk: reparented windows responding to size allocations

Today’s post is an obscure technical one that I imagine will be completely irrelevant to all of my normal readers at the time I write this. I write to save someone in the future from the hours of debugging and … Continue reading

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A Letter to King Larry

Mr J. D. Bartlett, To His Royal Highness King Larry, by the grace of God, King of Google, Lord High Executioner of Blogger, Emperor of YouTube and his other domains. Monday 18 April 2011   Your Royal Highness, First of … Continue reading

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Does a DUO Pen Work in Ubuntu

I’ve recently bought a PnF DUO Tigital Tablet Pen. Basically it’s a pen and a sensor which use ultrasonics to turn your screen into a touch screen. PnF provides supporting software for Mac and Windows, but not for Linux. In … Continue reading

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Python Window Manager, Now With Twisted

And Now for the Big Event Loop Last week I wrote about how to create a window manager in Python and posted code for a simple example window manager. The example I posted was about 260 lines long including comments. … Continue reading

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