Closing Toplevel windows

klappnase klappnase at web.de
Sat Aug 2 01:54:01 CEST 2003


Scott Holmes <scottholmes at sbcglobal.net> wrote in message news:<mailman.1059756065.3601.python-list at python.org>...
> I'm trying to determine best practices as well as learn basic coding 
> syntax.  I wish to open an input screen to view/enter data.  The screen 
> also requires a menu.  This is part of the code I have so far:
> 
> import Tkinter
> import tkMessageBox
> import Pmw
> import wcgc_pg
> 
> class calendarWindow:
>      def __init__(self, parent):
>          megaToplevel = Pmw.MegaToplevel(parent, title = 'Calendar Program')
>          toplevel = megaToplevel.interior()
>          self.balloon = Pmw.Balloon(toplevel)
> 
>          menuBar = Pmw.MainMenuBar(toplevel,
>                  balloon = self.balloon)
>          toplevel.configure(menu = menuBar)
>          self.menuBar = menuBar
>          ...
> 
> This is basically code taken from the Pmw demos.  What I wish to 
> determine now is how to close this window from a menu option and/or a 
> button. Neither withdraw() nor deactivate() work.

Hi,

I don't know much about Pmw, but with a Tkinter toplevel I would use
destroy() .
Hope that helped (or don't Pmw widgets have a destroy method ?? Like I
said, I don't know much about Pmw).

Michael




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