You see, I'm doing an indicator for Ubuntu and I wanted to implement a Preferences window. Since I have no idea about Python, after a lot of effort and a lot of reading of documentation I have managed to create a small window such that:
So far everything is correct. Now I have managed to receive the values of the switch and show them by console as "on" and "off".
Here comes my problem, which I do not know how to define . This is what I have code.
def __init__(self): [...] label11 = Gtk.Label('Autoarranque:') label11.set_alignment(0, 0.5) table11.attach(label11, 0, 1, 0, 1, xpadding=5, ypadding=5) self.switch1 = Gtk.Switch() self.switch1.connect("notify::active", self.on_switch_activated) self.switch1.set_active = True table11.attach(self.switch1, 1, 2, 0, 1, xpadding=5, ypadding=5, xoptions=Gtk.AttachOptions.SHRINK) [...] def on_switch_activated(self, switch1, gparam): if switch1.get_active(): state = "on" return state else: state = "off" return state print("Switch ", state) def close_ok(self): stat = on_switch_activated(self, switch1, gparam) print(stat)
Well, when you throw this, it returns an error within
close_ok that says
NameError: global name 'on_switch_activated' is not defined . Is not it supposed to be defined? If someone can explain it to me, I would appreciate it.