[Tkinter-discuss] How do I identify which menu item has bee selected?
mark_eastwood at ntlworld.com
Thu Aug 20 01:42:01 CEST 2009
Sorry my fault - have not explained it well - what I mean is the 'variable'
coption that is available in add_checkbutton() and
add_radiobutton() but not in add_cascade().
It is through the use of the 'variable' coption that the month selected is
determined - knowing the month that has been selected is crucial in
determining which function to run. I could not see a way of using a cascaded
menu and still determine the month selected.
Having said that - seeing the way that you have written your code (I must
say I do like!) - I reckon I've been approaching this from the wrong angle
and am fairly sure that I can adapt it to what I need - this I'll do.
There is always the option to simplify it all e.g. include a menubutton on
the menubar from which a month can be selected then run all 'actions'
against that month - though not as flexible from a user perspective.
Will work on what you have shown me.
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