[Tkinter-discuss] Problem with 'cascade' and state=disabled
Henry S. Thompson
ht at inf.ed.ac.uk
Fri Feb 4 10:16:47 CET 2005
Stewart Midwinter <stewart.midwinter at gmail.com> writes:
> Henry, I did some work on enabling and disabling menus. I even posted
> some stuff on this to the list a while back, so you can search for it.
I indeed saw your posts, thanks.
> I was able to enable or disable main menu items, but never cascaded
> items individually. Are you able to address them individually?
This code has been shipping for years (in XED ), and I've used
deeply nested cascades and enabling/disabling of individual items
without trouble up until recently. I can't be sure, but I _think_ the
problem only arose with Python2.3.
A good starting point would simply be to find out where the cmdName
object is getting created -- I can't immediately determine even
whether it's a Tcl/Tk object or a Python/(_)Tkinter object. . .
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
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