'NoneType' object has no attribute 'bind'

Peter Otten __peter__ at web.de
Thu Oct 28 13:00:16 CEST 2010

Alex wrote:

> hi there, I keep getting the message in the Topic field above.
> Here's my code:
> self.click2=Button(root,text="Click Me").grid(column=4,row=10)

Replace the above line to

button = Button(root, text="Click Me")
print "Button() returns", button
grid = button.grid(column=4, row=10)
print ".grid() returns", grid
self.click2 = button

and be enlighted. Then remove the print statements.

> self.click2.bind("<Button-1>",self.pop2pop)
> def pop2pop(self,event):
>         print("Adsfadsf")
>         newpop=IntVar()
>         newpop=self.PopSize.get();
> what am I doing wrong?

If one step doesn't work try to replace it with smaller steps and add print 
statements to find the part that doesn't do what you expected.


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