Looking for better Tkinter's listbox widget

jean-paul roumian jp.roumian at mobileway.com
Tue Feb 27 13:19:09 EST 2001

gradha at iname.com wrote:

> Hello.
> I am looking forward to writting a Phython GUI for a program, and I need
> to show a listbox with at least multiple columns, where it would be just
> nice (not really needed) to display an icon in one of them. Such listbox
> items should be individually selectable.
> I've read Tkinter's Fredrik Introduction, and there it says that Tkinter's
> native listbox doesn't support multiple columns. Where can I find a
> replacement widget providing the multicolumn feature and being portable
> to Windows and X?

did you tried GtkCTree ? (from pygtk)


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