Tkinter dialog boxes
gupt_vive at hotmail.com
Sat Jun 21 09:24:22 CEST 2003
>From: "Tony Evreshed" <tony_evershed at yahoo.co.uk>
>I've been using the tkMessageBox in Python to create small dialogs to
>instruct the user in what to do next, and I've noticed that the boxed are
>alays 'on top' of the screen - that is, it's not possible to cover them
>Is there any way to do this with dialogs created in this way?
>If not, how should I create dialogs that correspond to the askyesno and
>showinfo dialogs but can also have other windows in top of them?
If this means that you want a dialog that will be on top of its application
and not on top systemwide then the following code may help you.
#class constructer takes the master widget instance reference as
#create a top level windows that will hold other widgets in it
#make the widget a child widget of the parent
#create other widgets on the top level widget
#set the initial focus on whatever widget of this widget you want
#get the focus for the top level widget
Hope that this is of some help to you.
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