time.sleep() and Tkinter after()?
Hendrik van Rooyen
mail at microcorp.co.za
Fri Dec 5 05:27:12 CET 2008
"Davy" <zhli... at gmail.com> wrote:
>Although I don't understand your explanation very well(I guess
>maybe .after() re-schedule is better than .sleep unresponsive in GUI
>application?)I will take it as a golden rule.
I did not in fact try to explain it - I was trying to get you to
think a bit wider, as that way you would get more benefit
than just being given a solution.
As for taking what I say as a golden rule:-
If you hang around this group for long enough, you will learn to
never take what I say as gospel - I often pull the piss - be warned!
>Yeah, I forgot to *delete* the rectangle object I generate before.
>One more question, besides create/delete method, can I just create two
>rectangles (one black/one white), and assign two tags to these two
>rectangles, and place rectangle by just using tags(that is, can I
>place one object on several places of the canvas)?
You can redraw it to make it look different and position it on
another place, but I have never seen one thing in two places
before. If it is possible I don't know how to do it.
Now if it were a class, you could have multiple instances,
but I have only ever seen one thing, one picture...
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