How do I use PyGTK to put text besides clickable buttons?

  • Thread starter Jason Hsu, Mr. Swift Linux
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Jason Hsu, Mr. Swift Linux

I've decided to use PyGTK instead of gtkdialog for providing
configuration menus/dialog boxes in Swift Linux, the Linux distro I
started. The problem with gtkdialog is that the i386 version is no
longer available in the Debian repository.

Since a picture is worth a thousand words, I'll give you a link to a
screenshot of antiX Linux:
http://antix.freeforums.org/download/file.php?id=23

How do I use PyGTK to create something similar to the logout dialog
box in the above graphic? I've figured out how to create clickable
buttons that each run a different script. What I haven't figured out
is how to add text beside each button.
 
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