AppIndicatorClass: @parent_class: Mia familia @new_icon: Slot for #AppIndicator::new-icon. @new_attention_icon: Slot for #AppIndicator::new-attention-icon. @new_status: Slot for #AppIndicator::new-status. @new_icon_theme_path: Slot for #AppIndicator::new-icon-theme-path @new_label: Slot for #AppIndicator::new-label. @connection_changed: Slot for #AppIndicator::connection-changed. @scroll_event: Slot for #AppIndicator::scroll-event @app_indicator_reserved_ats: Reserved for future use. @fallback: Function that gets called to make a #GtkStatusIcon when there is no Application Indicator area available. @unfallback: The function that gets called if an Application Indicator area appears after the fallback has been created. @app_indicator_reserved_1: Reserved for future use. @app_indicator_reserved_2: Reserved for future use. @app_indicator_reserved_3: Reserved for future use. @app_indicator_reserved_4: Reserved for future use. @app_indicator_reserved_5: Reserved for future use. @app_indicator_reserved_6: Reserved for future use.
GObjectClass: @g_type_class: the parent class @constructor: the @constructor function is called by g_object_new () to complete the object initialization after all the construction properties are set. The first thing a @constructor implementation must do is chain up to the @constructor of the parent class. Overriding @constructor should be rarely needed, e.g. to handle construct properties, or to implement singletons. @set_property: the generic setter for all properties of this type. Should be overridden for every type with properties. If implementations of @set_property don't emit property change notification explicitly, this will be done implicitly by the type system. However, if the notify signal is emitted explicitly, the type system will not emit it a second time. @get_property: the generic getter for all properties of this type. Should be overridden for every type with properties. @dispose: the @dispose function is supposed to drop all references to other objects, but keep the instance otherwise intact, so that client method invocations still work. It may be run multiple times (due to reference loops). Before returning, @dispose should chain up to the @dispose method of the parent class. @finalize: instance finalization function, should finish the finalization of the instance begun in @dispose and chain up to the @finalize method of the parent class. @dispatch_properties_changed: emits property change notification for a bunch of properties. Overriding @dispatch_properties_changed should be rarely needed. @notify: the class closure for the notify signal @constructed: the @constructed function is called by g_object_new() as the final step of the object creation process. At the point of the call, all construction properties have been set on the object. The purpose of this call is to allow for object initialisation steps that can only be performed after construction properties have been set. @constructed implementors should chain up to the @constructed call of their parent class to allow it to complete its initialisation.
GObjectConstructParam: @pspec: the #GParamSpec of the construct parameter @value: the value to set the parameter to
GParamSpec: (ref-func g_param_spec_ref_sink) (unref-func g_param_spec_uref) (set-value-func g_value_set_param) (get-value-func g_value_get_param) @g_type_instance: private #GTypeInstance portion @name: name of this parameter: always an interned string @flags: #GParamFlags flags for this parameter @value_type: the #GValue type for this parameter @owner_type: #GType type that uses (introduces) this parameter
AppIndicatorCategory: @APP_INDICATOR_CATEGORY_APPLICATION_STATUS: The indicator is used to display the status of the application. @APP_INDICATOR_CATEGORY_COMMUNICATIONS: The application is used for communication with other people. @APP_INDICATOR_CATEGORY_SYSTEM_SERVICES: A system indicator relating to something in the user's system. @APP_INDICATOR_CATEGORY_HARDWARE: An indicator relating to the user's hardware. @APP_INDICATOR_CATEGORY_OTHER: Something not defined in this enum, please don't use unless you really need it.
AppIndicatorStatus: @APP_INDICATOR_STATUS_PASSIVE: The indicator should not be shown to the user. @APP_INDICATOR_STATUS_ACTIVE: The indicator should be shown in it's default state. @APP_INDICATOR_STATUS_ATTENTION: The indicator should show it's attention icon.
GParamFlags: @G_PARAM_READABLE: the parameter is readable @G_PARAM_WRITABLE: the parameter is writable @G_PARAM_READWRITE: alias for %G_PARAM_READABLE | %G_PARAM_WRITABLE @G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT: the parameter will be set upon object construction @G_PARAM_CONSTRUCT_ONLY: the parameter can only be set upon object construction @G_PARAM_LAX_VALIDATION: upon parameter conversion (see g_param_value_convert()) strict validation is not required @G_PARAM_STATIC_NAME: the string used as name when constructing the parameter is guaranteed to remain valid and unmodified for the lifetime of the parameter. Since 2.8 @G_PARAM_STATIC_NICK: the string used as nick when constructing the parameter is guaranteed to remain valid and unmmodified for the lifetime of the parameter. Since 2.8 @G_PARAM_STATIC_BLURB: the string used as blurb when constructing the parameter is guaranteed to remain valid and unmodified for the lifetime of the parameter. Since 2.8 @G_PARAM_EXPLICIT_NOTIFY: calls to g_object_set_property() for this property will not automatically result in a "notify" signal being emitted: the implementation must call g_object_notify() themselves in case the property actually changes. Since: 2.42. @G_PARAM_PRIVATE: internal @G_PARAM_DEPRECATED: the parameter is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. A warning will be generated if it is used while running with G_ENABLE_DIAGNOSTIC=1. Since 2.26
GdkScrollDirection: @GDK_SCROLL_UP: the window is scrolled up. @GDK_SCROLL_DOWN: the window is scrolled down. @GDK_SCROLL_LEFT: the window is scrolled to the left. @GDK_SCROLL_RIGHT: the window is scrolled to the right. @GDK_SCROLL_SMOOTH: the scrolling is determined by the delta values in #GdkEventScroll. See gdk_event_get_scroll_deltas(). Since: 3.4