Tkinter: Strange behavior using place() and changing cursors

Eric Brunel eric_brunel at
Wed Nov 15 09:16:12 CET 2006

On Tue, 14 Nov 2006 17:45:52 +0100, Mudcat <mnations at> wrote:
> The problem is I need the ability to change it dynamically. I don't
> want the cursor to be the double_arrow the whole time the mouse hovers
> inside that frame. It's supposed to be a resize arrow when the mouse is
> on the frame border, and regular cursor once it passes to the inner
> part of the frame.

Why don't you create a Frame for the inside with no border, and another  
Frame for the border? This way, you can have a cursor setting for each of  
them, i.e one for the inside and one for the border.

python -c "print ''.join([chr(154 - ord(c)) for c in  

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