Another Tkinter question

Matthew Dixon Cowles matt at mondoinfo.com
Thu Mar 8 20:27:38 CET 2001


On Thu, 8 Mar 2001 12:08:47 -0600, dsavitsk <dsavitsk at e-coli.net>
wrote:

>I have a small tkinter app that contains a (PMW) ScrolledFrame which
>in turn has a grid of entry widgets (it sort of emulates a small
>spread sheet).  What I would like to do is add a new row of entry
>widgets while the thing is running, and I'm not sure how to go about
>this as I've already .packed them in.

Tkinter is very dynamic: that your entry widgets have already been
packed shouldn't make a difference. Try just adding more. If that
doesn't work, I'd need to see your code to figure out what's up.

>(Also, if anyone knows a better way to do this than tons of entry
>widgets that would be great.)

If the easy way works, I'd do it the easy way. Naturally, it's also
possible to move the data around in a bunch of static widgets. That a
bit annoying since you have to do your own scrolling. If you'd like to
see some code of mine that does that, I'd be glad to point you at it.
I've seen combinations of the two approaches done as well, but that
was ugly.

Regards,
Matt



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