[Tkinter-discuss] Re: Problem with Text widget's "see" method
mfranklin1 at gatwick.westerngeco.slb.com
Fri Feb 18 12:27:45 CET 2005
Martin Franklin wrote:
> Jared Cohen wrote:
>>> I see you got lots of help on the 'see' problem I just wanted to
>>> point out the Text widget comes with it's own undo/redo methods as of
>>> Tk 8.4
>>> so if you have an up to date Python & Tk you should be able to use them
>> Thanks anyway, but the undo doesn't seem to work. It's weird, because
>> there IS an edit_undo() method in Tkinter.py (the Python wrapper), but
>> apparently, the underlying Tk doesn't understand the command. Oh well.
> I guess your Tk version is not >= 8.4 thats too bad.
>> Anyway, I still need some help with this "see" problem. Come on guys,
>> isn't there a way to fix this?
> I have tried a couple of things but it boils down to the fact you are
> replacing all the text in the widget, it just has to move (without the
> see call it moves the viewpoint to the top of the text widget) If I
> were you I would investigate the IDLE undo / redo stuff Fredrik pointed
> you to, it undoes / redoes just the small changes (not the entire
> document) I must admit *I* looked into that code when I needed undo /
> redo in a small project, I couldn't quite grok the code, eventually the
> need went away, but it would be nice if we could use the undo/redo from
> idlelib on *any* Tkinter Text widget - I seem to remember when I was
> looking at it it had a lot of idle dependencies... you couldn't just,
> for example:
> undoer = idlelib.Undoer(myTextWidget) # or whatever it's called
> and have it look after the undo and redo 'ing of your text widget
> would be nice if we could though;-)
And it seems (after a little more investigation) we can...
from Tkinter import Tk, Text
from idlelib.Percolator import Percolator
from idlelib.UndoDelegator import UndoDelegator
text = Text(root)
per = Percolator(text)
undo = UndoDelegator()
*Seems to work* but has only been tested for 1 minute....
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