[ python-l ] scrolling a frame
davidb at mcs.st-and.ac.uk
Thu Dec 4 20:49:19 CET 2003
"Toph" <toph at laposte.net> wrote in message news:<mailman.62.1070442003.16879.python-list at python.org>...
> I am developing a software in Python using Tkinter. The choice of
> my team is not to use pyton MegaWidgets.
> I would like to scroll a frame.
First of all, I recommend that you look at the following example. I found it
to be very useful when addressing a similar problem:
Cutting and editing from now on...
> This is a peace of my code :
> canvas = Canvas(global frame)
Is that valid syntax? I'm not able to successfully use the "global" keyword in
> # My problem
> is that i would like the scrollregion to scroll only the space taken by
> # the frame but my program does not do it well...
Sorry not to address your exact problem. I haven't used Tkinter seriously
for quite a while. Still, I hope that the above reference is of some use.
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