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Getting GTK, Glade, and Python to Work in Windows

These screenshots show me running the Py2EXE-compiled script I wrote last weekend on a Windows 7 machine. Additionally there is a screenshot of the "Add/Remove Programs" window demonstrating which versions of which libraries were required.

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