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PyGTK Popup menu?

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I want to make a pygtk app that consists completely of a window. When I
run it, a menu should appear where the mouse cursor is. I've been
looking at the official pygtk tutorial and documentation, but everything
seems to assume that I'm either creating a window to put the menu in (I
just want it to be the menu floating by itself) or that I want a button
press to trigger the menu appearing (it should just pop into existence
when I run it).

I've tried just creating some menu items, appending them to a menu and
then calling menu.popup(None,None,None,0,0) but nothing happens :/
Jul 18 '05 #1
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