Best GUI for small-scale accounting app?

Paul Rubin http
Fri Dec 24 00:41:52 CET 2004


Dave Cook <davecook at nowhere.net> writes:
> > You might not care.
> 
> And in that case Tk is much simpler than just about anything else, unless
> looks are really important.

I've used tk and I don't think it's simpler than html.

> Takes up twice as much space and is potentially confusing as the dropdowns
> tend to look like real combo boxes in IE and Mozilla (only Konquerer seems
> to make it visually clear that you can't edit the text.)  

I guess I'm not clear on when this is needed.

> >> Also web development doesn't seem as coherent to me as development
> >> with a good GUI framework.
> >
> > I'm not sure what that means.  
> 
> Basically it means that I find it harder and less intuitive.  I
> don't think I'm stupid, just pragmatically lazy.

I don't think you're stupid either, but it looks like what's intuitive
for you might be less intuitive for (some) other people, and vice
versa.



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