overrideredirect vs. text entry etc. widget
half.italian at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 18:06:39 CEST 2009
On Sep 15, 10:20 pm, kernus <ker... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 15, 11:42 am, Sean DiZazzo <half.ital... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Whats interesting is that if you call overrideredirect from a button
> > command, it works as expected. Well, at least the text entry field
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^so, Sean, you know how to *click this magic button in
> the programming way*?
Did you try it? Did it work?
I tried, using button.invoke(), and a few less obvious ways
(self.tk.call()...), but couldn't do it programatically. I don't
understand why manually clicking the button in the gui is any
different than calling it's function, or calling invoke(). I'd be
interested to know.
I also tried calling it from a different thread, or giving the gui
some time to initialize before calling it. No love. Only manually
clicking it seems to work.
I also found some documentation that clearly states "overrideredirect
might not work on some platforms." So I guess I have one of those
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