[Tutor] looking for alternatives to tabular widget (Tkinter)
Tue Apr 8 23:49:01 2003
Abel Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org) a scris :
> Adrian Maier wrote:
> Not even gtktalog? (http://www.nongnu.org/gtktalog/)
> Looks pretty neat. (Haven't used it, though.)
I didn't know about it.
> Tkinter itself doesn't have a table widget you need, but others already
> needed such thing, so you might try re-using thier solution. For example
> looks pretty neat. (I never used it.)
> (Another one would be to use Pmw, it has a table-like widget in the
> contrib directory, altough you might need to modify it to allow editing
> the data)
> Of course, you only need a limited set of features (for example the
> number of columns is fixed), so writing your own should be pretty
> But in this case, why are you using a listbox at all? You aren't using
> any features of a listbox, you could simple create 15 Labels under
> eachother to reach the same effect.
> An other idea would be to use ScrolledFrame from the Pmw widgets.
> With that you could create Labels or Entrys as needed for each piece of
> data, put them into the the ScrolledFrame which would take care of
> scrolling it. I think this is the way the widget in Pmw's contrib dir
Thank you for the ideas.
I'll investigate these options. I guess i could also try to use
a Canvas ? ( there could be a problem with editing, though)