[Tkinter-discuss] Changing the fonts on my Pmw.NoteBook tabs
PeterM at resmed.com.au
Tue Jul 20 23:04:58 CEST 2004
The following is under the "Dynamic Components" section of the reference
page for Pmw.NoteBook:
"Page and tab components are created dynamically by the add() and insert()
methods. By default, the pages are of type Tkinter.Frame and are created
with a component group of Page and the tabs are of type Tkinter.Button and
are created with a component group of Tab."
Using this information as a "clue" :-), you can use calls to get the
components of the NoteBook i.e. assuming your notebook instance was called
"DisplayPages" and it had tabbed pages called "Entry", "Results" then you
would have the following
['Entry', 'Entry-tab', 'Results', 'Results-tab', 'hull']
So the Frame component for the Entry tabbed page is called 'Entry' and the
Button that contains the name (and font you want to manipulate) is called
'Entry-tab'. So to change the font is something like this:
('Helvetica', 10, 'bold italic'))
This is probably more detail than you were asking for but hey, what the
From: Netherdog at cs.com [mailto:Netherdog at cs.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 2:57 PM
To: tkinter-discuss at python.org
Cc: clnethery at juno.com
Subject: [Tkinter-discuss] Changing the fonts on my Pmw.NoteBook tabs
Hello everyone. It has been awhile since I have requested the sound advice
of my esteemed Tkinter colleagues, but once again I am stumped. Regarding
the use of the Pmw.NoteBook widget, I am trying to set/change the fonts for
my notebook tabs, but cannot seem to figure out how to do it. Since
Pmw.NoteBook has only one component, 'Hull', and no 'entry' component, for
example, I am truly at a loss as to how this can be accomplished. Any ideas
on this one?
Thanking you in advance,
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