[Tutor] Re...From PRJoshi

Lloyd Hugh Allen lha2@columbia.edu
Sun, 30 Dec 2001 08:45:06 -0500

If no one gets back to you on how to do this within Tkinter, check out
wxWindows, which does allow you to change that icon. It appears that an
MS Windows icon is standard, but the demo uses a custom icon.

Sorry if this is not responsive--I don't know wxWindows well enough to
know its ease of use compared to Tkinter, just ran the demo and saw that
the code for doing what you want is already written (for wxWindows).

> Pravin Raj Joshi wrote:
> Hi,
> Sorry for not being very clear with my last questions.
> I seem to have solved the problem for the pages and files.
> But I would like to clearify my second question.
> What I want to do is change the icon of my windows. (I have inserted a
> photo of what I want to do!)
> (photo indicating that PRJoshi doesn't like the red cursive "Tk" in the 
> top left corner of each Tkinter window)
> Basically I want to change the TK icon with something else. I read
> somewhere it was not possible to change that for the root, but it was
> possible for the toplevel.
> How to change that?
> Thanks
> PRJoshi