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Gnome2::ThumbnailFactory(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			     Gnome2::ThumbnailFactory(3pm)

NAME
Gnome2::ThumbnailFactory - wrapper for GnomeThumbnailFactory HIERARCHY
Glib::Object +----Gnome2::ThumbnailFactory METHODS
thumbnailfactory = Gnome2::ThumbnailFactory->new ($size) o $size (Gnome2::ThumbnailSize) boolean = $factory->can_thumbnail ($uri, $mime_type, $mtime) o $uri (string) o $mime_type (string) o $mtime (a timestamp) $factory->create_failed_thumbnail ($uri, $mtime) o $uri (string) o $mtime (a timestamp) pixbuf = $factory->generate_thumbnail ($uri, $mime_type) o $uri (string) o $mime_type (string) boolean = $factory->has_valid_failed_thumbnail ($uri, $mtime) o $uri (string) o $mtime (a timestamp) string = $factory->lookup ($uri, $mtime) o $uri (string) o $mtime (a timestamp) $factory->save_thumbnail ($thumbnail, $uri, $original_mtime) o $thumbnail (Gtk2::Gdk::Pixbuf) o $uri (string) o $original_mtime (a timestamp) ENUMS AND FLAGS
enum Gnome2::ThumbnailSize o 'normal' / 'GNOME_THUMBNAIL_SIZE_NORMAL' o 'large' / 'GNOME_THUMBNAIL_SIZE_LARGE' SEE ALSO
Gnome2, Glib::Object COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2004 by the gtk2-perl team. This software is licensed under the LGPL. See Gnome2 for a full notice. perl v5.14.2 2011-11-16 Gnome2::ThumbnailFactory(3pm)

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Gnome2::Wnck::Workspace(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      Gnome2::Wnck::Workspace(3pm)

NAME
Gnome2::Wnck::Workspace - an object representing a workspace HIERARCHY
Glib::Object +----Gnome2::Wnck::Workspace METHODS
$space->activate ($timestamp) o $timestamp (unsigned) $space->change_name ($name) o $name (string) integer = $space->get_height boolean = $space->is_virtual integer = $space->get_layout_column integer = $space->get_layout_row string = $space->get_name workspace or undef = $space->get_neighbor ($direction) o $direction (Gnome2::Wnck::MotionDirection) integer = $space->get_number screen = $space->get_screen integer = $space->get_viewport_x integer = $space->get_viewport_y integer = $space->get_width SIGNALS
name-changed (Gnome2::Wnck::Workspace) ENUMS AND FLAGS
enum Gnome2::Wnck::MotionDirection o 'up' / 'WNCK_MOTION_UP' o 'down' / 'WNCK_MOTION_DOWN' o 'left' / 'WNCK_MOTION_LEFT' o 'right' / 'WNCK_MOTION_RIGHT' SEE ALSO
Gnome2::Wnck, Glib::Object COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2006 by the gtk2-perl team. This software is licensed under the LGPL. See Gnome2::Wnck for a full notice. perl v5.14.2 2011-11-16 Gnome2::Wnck::Workspace(3pm)
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