Install zroya package as described in Installation.
After successful installation, import zroya into your project.
from zroya import TrayIcon nc = TrayIcon() nc.create("My Nofification", "Longer text with\nmultiline support")
This example creates simple notification with title, text and info icon. This may be sufficient, however what if you would like to react to user clicking on your notification?
from zroya import TrayIcon exit = False def click_callback(data): global exit print("User clicked on notification") exit = True nc = TrayIcon() nc.create("My Nofification", "Longer text with\nmultiline support", on_click=click_callback) while nc.update(): if exit: nc.quit()
First of all, we defined
click_callback function. It will be called
when user clicks on notification box. The only parameter is
dictionary with all data you used when creating this notification.
You have to register this callback function to notification when you call
zroya.TrayIcon.create() method as
You may register four different events:
We already discussed
on_show is called whenever notification is shown to user.
on_hide should be called when user hide your notification.
Finally we move to
zroya.TrayIcon.update() method. You should call it from your
application’s event loop. It basically pulls all waiting events, runs callbacks and returns True.
It is non-blocking however it needs to be called periodically for callback to be called as
soon as possible.
Without this function, events will never be fired!