How to choose the right GUI toolkit ?

John Henry john106henry at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 12 18:51:44 CET 2006


Nice example.


Jussi Salmela wrote:
> John Henry wrote:
> > BTW: I did a search and found the testnotebook example from:
> >
> > http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/pythoncard/testNotebook.zip?download
> >
> > and tried it out.  There is one error in the widget.py that I have to
> > get around.  Changed from:
> >
> >         canvas.setFillColor('gray')
> >
> > to:
> >
> >         try:
> >             canvas.setFillColor('gray')
> >         except:
> >             pass
> >
> > and then ran it.   Works!
> >
> > So, yes, you can do Notebook in Python.  I believe what they are saying
> > is that Notebook isn't supported fully (yet) in the resourceeditor.
>
> It's true that the notebook and grid components of wxPython are not
> completely integrated into PythonCard but they can still be used quite
> easily once you figure out how.
>
> The process of figuring out can be made easier by a working example. The
> real life application Blood Pressure Monitor
>
> http://personal.inet.fi/cool/operator/BPMDownload.html
>
> can be used as an example of using the notebook, grid and htmlwin
> widgets in PythonCard.
>
> I use this application to input the pressure values I've registered with
> my own meter and to produce a PDF page with PyChart to hand to my doctor
> to inspect when I visit him twice a year.
>
> Cheers,
> Jussi
> 
> --
> Jussi Salmela
> http://personal.inet.fi/cool/operator/




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