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  • Handling TclErrors in Python

    - by anteater7171
    In the following code I'll get the following error if I right click the window that pops up. Then go down to the very bottom entry widget then delete it's contents. It seems to be giving me a TclError. How do I go about handeling such an error? The Error Exception in Tkinter callback Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Python26\Lib\lib-tk\Tkinter.py", line 1410, in __call__ return self.func(*args) File "C:\Python26\CPUDEMO.py", line 503, in I TL.sclS.set(S1) File "C:\Python26\Lib\lib-tk\Tkinter.py", line 2765, in set self.tk.call(self._w, 'set', value) TclError: expected floating-point number but got "" The Code #F #PIthon.py # Import/Setup import Tkinter import psutil,time import re from PIL import Image, ImageTk from time import sleep class simpleapp_tk(Tkinter.Tk): def __init__(self,parent): Tkinter.Tk.__init__(self,parent) self.parent = parent self.initialize() def initialize(self): Widgets self.menu = Tkinter.Menu(self, tearoff = 0 ) M = [ "Options...", "Exit"] self.selectedM = Tkinter.StringVar() self.menu.add_radiobutton( label = 'Hide', variable = self.selectedM, command = self.E ) self.menu.add_radiobutton( label = 'Bump', variable = self.selectedM, command = self.E ) self.menu.add_separator() self.menu.add_radiobutton( label = 'Options...', variable = self.selectedM, command = self.E ) self.menu.add_separator() self.menu.add_radiobutton( label = 'Exit', variable = self.selectedM, command = self.E ) self.frame1 = Tkinter.Frame(self,bg='grey15',relief='ridge',borderwidth=4,width=185, height=39) self.frame1.grid() self.frame1.grid_propagate(0) self.frame1.bind( "<Button-3><ButtonRelease-3>", self.D ) self.frame1.bind( "<Button-2><ButtonRelease-2>", self.C ) self.frame1.bind( "<Double-Button-1>", self.C ) self.labelVariable = Tkinter.StringVar() self.label = Tkinter.Label(self.frame1,textvariable=self.labelVariable,fg="lightgreen",bg="grey15",borderwidth=1,font=('arial', 10, 'bold')) self.label.grid(column=1,row=0,columnspan=1,sticky='nsew') self.label.bind( "<Button-3><ButtonRelease-3>", self.D ) self.label.bind( "<Button-2><ButtonRelease-2>", self.C ) self.label.bind( "<Double-Button-1>", self.C ) self.F() self.overrideredirect(1) self.wm_attributes("-topmost", 1) global TL1 TL1 = Tkinter.Toplevel(self) TL1.wm_geometry("+0+5000") TL1.overrideredirect(1) TL1.button = Tkinter.Button(TL1,text="? CPU",fg="lightgreen",bg="grey15",activeforeground="lightgreen", activebackground='grey15',borderwidth=4,font=('Arial', 8, 'bold'),command=self.J) TL1.button.pack(ipadx=1) Events def Reset(self): self.label.configure(font=('arial', 10, 'bold'),fg='Lightgreen',bg='grey15',borderwidth=0) self.labela.configure(font=('arial', 8, 'bold'),fg='Lightgreen',bg='grey15',borderwidth=0) self.frame1.configure(bg='grey15',relief='ridge',borderwidth=4,width=224, height=50) self.label.pack(ipadx=38) def helpmenu(self): t2 = Tkinter.Toplevel(self) Tkinter.Label(t2, text='This is a help menu', anchor="w",justify="left",fg="darkgreen",bg="grey90",relief="ridge",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)).pack(fill='both', expand=1) t2.resizable(False,False) t2.title('Help') menu = Tkinter.Menu(self) t2.config(menu=menu) filemenu = Tkinter.Menu(menu) menu.add_cascade(label="| Exit |", menu=filemenu) filemenu.add_command(label="Exit", command=t2.destroy) def aboutmenu(self): t1 = Tkinter.Toplevel(self) Tkinter.Label(t1, text=' About:\n\n CPU Usage v1.0\n\n Publisher: Drew French\n Date: 05/09/10\n Email: [email protected] \n\n\n\n\n\n\n Written in Python 2.6.4', anchor="w",justify="left",fg="darkgreen",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)).pack(fill='both', expand=1) t1.resizable(False,False) t1.title('About') menu = Tkinter.Menu(self) t1.config(menu=menu) filemenu = Tkinter.Menu(menu) menu.add_cascade(label="| Exit |", menu=filemenu) filemenu.add_command(label="Exit", command=t1.destroy) def A (self,event): TL.entryVariable1.set(TL.sclY.get()) TL.entryVariable2.set(TL.sclX.get()) Y = TL.sclY.get() X = TL.sclX.get() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X) + "+" + str(Y)) def B(self,event): Y1 = TL.entryVariable1.get() X1 = TL.entryVariable2.get() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X1) + "+" + str(Y1)) TL.sclY.set(Y1) TL.sclX.set(X1) def C(self,event): s = self.wm_geometry() geomPatt = re.compile(r"(\d+)?x?(\d+)?([+-])(\d+)([+-])(\d+)") m = geomPatt.search(s) X3 = m.group(4) Y3 = m.group(6) M = int(Y3) - 150 P = M + 150 while Y3 > M: sleep(0.0009) Y3 = int(Y3) - 1 self.update_idletasks() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X3) + "+" + str(Y3)) sleep(2.00) while Y3 < P: sleep(0.0009) Y3 = int(Y3) + 1 self.update_idletasks() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X3) + "+" + str(Y3)) def D(self, event=None): self.menu.post( event.x_root, event.y_root ) def E(self): if self.selectedM.get() =='Options...': Setup global TL TL = Tkinter.Toplevel(self) menu = Tkinter.Menu(TL) TL.config(menu=menu) filemenu = Tkinter.Menu(menu) menu.add_cascade(label="| Menu |", menu=filemenu) filemenu.add_command(label="Instruction Manual...", command=self.helpmenu) filemenu.add_command(label="About...", command=self.aboutmenu) filemenu.add_separator() filemenu.add_command(label="Exit Options", command=TL.destroy) filemenu.add_command(label="Exit", command=self.destroy) helpmenu = Tkinter.Menu(menu) menu.add_cascade(label="| Help |", menu=helpmenu) helpmenu.add_command(label="Instruction Manual...", command=self.helpmenu) helpmenu.add_separator() helpmenu.add_command(label="Quick Help...", command=self.helpmenu) Title TL.label5 = Tkinter.Label(TL,text="CPU Usage: Options",anchor="center",fg="black",bg="lightgreen",relief="ridge",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 18, 'bold')) TL.label5.pack(padx=15,ipadx=5) X Y scale TL.separator = Tkinter.Frame(TL,height=7, bd=1, relief='ridge', bg='grey95') TL.separator.pack(pady=5,padx=5) # TL.sclX = Tkinter.Scale(TL.separator, from_=0, to=1500, orient='horizontal', resolution=1, command=self.A) TL.sclX.grid(column=1,row=0,ipadx=27, sticky='w') TL.label1 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="X",anchor="s",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label1.grid(column=0,row=0, pady=1, sticky='S') TL.sclY = Tkinter.Scale(TL.separator, from_=0, to=1500, resolution=1, command=self.A) TL.sclY.grid(column=2,row=1,rowspan=2,sticky='e', padx=4) TL.label3 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Y",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label3.grid(column=2,row=0, padx=10, sticky='e') TL.entryVariable2 = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.entry2 = Tkinter.Entry(TL.separator,textvariable=TL.entryVariable2, fg="grey15",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",insertbackground="black",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)) TL.entry2.grid(column=1,row=1,ipadx=20, pady=10,sticky='EW') TL.entry2.bind("<Return>", self.B) TL.label2 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="X:",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label2.grid(column=0,row=1, ipadx=4, sticky='W') TL.entryVariable1 = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.entry1 = Tkinter.Entry(TL.separator,textvariable=TL.entryVariable1, fg="grey15",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",insertbackground="black",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)) TL.entry1.grid(column=1,row=2,sticky='EW') TL.entry1.bind("<Return>", self.B) TL.label4 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Y:", anchor="center",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label4.grid(column=0,row=2, ipadx=4, sticky='W') TL.label7 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Text Colour:",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label7.grid(column=1,row=3,stick="W",ipady=10) TL.selectedP = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.opt1 = Tkinter.OptionMenu(TL.separator, TL.selectedP,'Normal', 'White','Black', 'Blue', 'Steel Blue','Green','Light Green','Yellow','Orange' ,'Red',command=self.G) TL.opt1.config(fg="black",bg="grey90",activebackground="grey90",activeforeground="black", anchor="center",relief="raised",direction='right',font=('Arial', 10)) TL.opt1.grid(column=1,row=4,sticky='EW',padx=20,ipadx=20) TL.selectedP.set('Normal') TL.label7 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Refresh Rate:",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label7.grid(column=1,row=5,stick="W",ipady=10) TL.sclS = Tkinter.Scale(TL.separator, from_=10, to=2000, orient='horizontal', resolution=10, command=self.H) TL.sclS.grid(column=1,row=6,ipadx=27, sticky='w') TL.sclS.set(650) TL.entryVariableS = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.entryS = Tkinter.Entry(TL.separator,textvariable=TL.entryVariableS, fg="grey15",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",insertbackground="black",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)) TL.entryS.grid(column=1,row=7,ipadx=20, pady=10,sticky='EW') TL.entryS.bind("<Return>", self.I) TL.entryVariableS.set(650) # TL.resizable(False,False) TL.title('Options') geomPatt = re.compile(r"(\d+)?x?(\d+)?([+-])(\d+)([+-])(\d+)") s = self.wm_geometry() m = geomPatt.search(s) X = m.group(4) Y = m.group(6) TL.sclY.set(Y) TL.sclX.set(X) if self.selectedM.get() == 'Exit': self.destroy() if self.selectedM.get() == 'Bump': s = self.wm_geometry() geomPatt = re.compile(r"(\d+)?x?(\d+)?([+-])(\d+)([+-])(\d+)") m = geomPatt.search(s) X3 = m.group(4) Y3 = m.group(6) M = int(Y3) - 150 P = M + 150 while Y3 > M: sleep(0.0009) Y3 = int(Y3) - 1 self.update_idletasks() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X3) + "+" + str(Y3)) sleep(2.00) while Y3 < P: sleep(0.0009) Y3 = int(Y3) + 1 self.update_idletasks() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X3) + "+" + str(Y3)) if self.selectedM.get() == 'Hide': s = self.wm_geometry() geomPatt = re.compile(r"(\d+)?x?(\d+)?([+-])(\d+)([+-])(\d+)") m = geomPatt.search(s) X3 = m.group(4) Y3 = m.group(6) M = int(Y3) + 5000 self.update_idletasks() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X3) + "+" + str(M)) TL1.wm_geometry("+0+190") def F (self): G = round(psutil.cpu_percent(), 1) G1 = str(G) + '%' self.labelVariable.set(G1) try: S2 = TL.entryVariableS.get() except ValueError, e: S2 = 650 except NameError: S2 = 650 self.after(int(S2), self.F) def G (self,event): if TL.selectedP.get() =='Normal': self.label.config( fg = 'lightgreen' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'lightgreen',activeforeground='lightgreen') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Red': self.label.config( fg = 'red' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'red',activeforeground='red') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Orange': self.label.config( fg = 'orange') TL1.button.config( fg = 'orange',activeforeground='orange') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Yellow': self.label.config( fg = 'yellow') TL1.button.config( fg = 'yellow',activeforeground='yellow') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Light Green': self.label.config( fg = 'lightgreen' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'lightgreen',activeforeground='lightgreen') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Normal': self.label.config( fg = 'lightgreen' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'lightgreen',activeforeground='lightgreen') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Steel Blue': self.label.config( fg = 'steelblue1' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'steelblue1',activeforeground='steelblue1') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Blue': self.label.config( fg = 'blue') TL1.button.config( fg = 'blue',activeforeground='blue') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Green': self.label.config( fg = 'darkgreen' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'darkgreen',activeforeground='darkgreen') if TL.selectedP.get() =='White': self.label.config( fg = 'white' ) TL1.button.config( fg = 'white',activeforeground='white') if TL.selectedP.get() =='Black': self.label.config( fg = 'black') TL1.button.config( fg = 'black',activeforeground='black') def H (self,event): TL.entryVariableS.set(TL.sclS.get()) S = TL.sclS.get() def I (self,event): S1 = TL.entryVariableS.get() TL.sclS.set(S1) TL.sclS.set(TL.sclS.get()) S1 = TL.entryVariableS.get() TL.sclS.set(S1) def J (self): s = self.wm_geometry() geomPatt = re.compile(r"(\d+)?x?(\d+)?([+-])(\d+)([+-])(\d+)") m = geomPatt.search(s) X3 = m.group(4) Y3 = m.group(6) M = int(Y3) - 5000 self.update_idletasks() self.wm_geometry("+" + str(X3) + "+" + str(M)) TL1.wm_geometry("+0+5000") Loop if name == "main": app = simpleapp_tk(None) app.mainloop()

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  • DELETE and EDIT is not working in my python program

    - by user2968025
    This is a simple python program that ADD, DELETE, EDIT and VIEW student records. The problem is, DELETE and EDIT is not working. I dont know why but when I tried removing one '?' in the DELETE dunction, I had the error that says there are only 8 columns and it needs 10. But originally, there are only 9 columns. I don't know where it got the other one to make it 10. Please help.. :( import sys import sqlite3 import tkinter import tkinter as tk from tkinter import * from tkinter.ttk import * def newRecord(): studentnum="" name="" age="" birthday="" address="" email="" course="" year="" section="" con=sqlite3.connect("Students.db") cur=con.cursor() cur.execute("CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS student(studentnum TEXT, name TEXT, age TEXT, birthday TEXT, address TEXT, email TEXT, course TEXT, year TEXT, section TEXT)") def save(): studentnum=en1.get() name=en2.get() age=en3.get() birthday=en4.get() address=en5.get() email=en6.get() course=en7.get() year=en8.get() section=en9.get() student=(studentnum,name,age,birthday,address,email,course,year,section) cur.execute("INSERT INTO student(studentnum,name,age,birthday,address,email,course,year,section) VALUES(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)",student) con.commit() win=tkinter.Tk();win.title("Students") lbl=tkinter.Label(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Add Record") lbl.pack() lbl1=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Student Number : ") lbl1.pack() en1=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en1.pack() lbl2=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Name : ") lbl2.pack() en2=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en2.pack() lbl3=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Age : ") lbl3.pack() en3=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en3.pack() lbl4=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Birthday : ") lbl4.pack() en4=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en4.pack() lbl5=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Address : ") lbl5.pack() en5=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en5.pack() lbl6=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Email : ") lbl6.pack() en6=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en6.pack() lbl7=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Course : ") lbl7.pack() en7=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en7.pack() lbl8=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Year : ") lbl8.pack() en8=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en8.pack() lbl9=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Section : ") lbl9.pack() en9=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en9.pack() btn1=tkinter.Button(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Save Student",command=save) btn1.pack() def editRecord(): studentnum1="" def edit(): studentnum1=en10.get() studentnum="" name="" age="" birthday="" address="" email="" course="" year="" section="" con=sqlite3.connect("Students.db") cur=con.cursor() row=cur.fetchone() cur.execute("DELETE FROM student WHERE name = '%s'" % studentnum1) con.commit() def save(): studentnum=en1.get() name=en2.get() age=en3.get() birthday=en4.get() address=en5.get() email=en6.get() course=en7.get() year=en8.get() section=en8.get() student=(studentnum,name,age,email,birthday,address,email,course,year,section) cur.execute("INSERT INTO student(studentnum,name,age,email,birthday,address,email,course,year,section) VALUES(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)",student) con.commit() win=tkinter.Tk();win.title("Students") lbl=tkinter.Label(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Edit Reocrd :"+'\t'+studentnum1) lbl.pack() lbl1=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Student Number : ") lbl1.pack() en1=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en1.pack() lbl2=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Name : ") lbl2.pack() en2=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en2.pack() lbl3=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Age : ") lbl3.pack() en3=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en3.pack() lbl4=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Birthday : ") lbl4.pack() en4=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en4.pack() lbl5=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Address : ") lbl5.pack() en5=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en5.pack() lbl6=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Email : ") lbl6.pack() en6=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en6.pack() lbl7=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Course : ") lbl7.pack() en7=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en7.pack() lbl8=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Year : ") lbl8.pack() en8=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en8.pack() lbl9=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Section : ") lbl9.pack() en9=tkinter.Entry(win,width=30) en9.pack() btn1=tkinter.Button(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Save Record",command=save) btn1.pack() win=tkinter.Tk();win.title("Edit Student") lbl=tkinter.Label(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Edit Record") lbl.pack() lbl10=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text="Student Number : ") lbl10.pack() en10=tkinter.Entry(win) en10.pack() btn2=tkinter.Button(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Edit",command=edit) btn2.pack() def deleteRecord(): studentnum1="" win=tkinter.Tk();win.title("Delete Student Record") lbl=tkinter.Label(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Delete Record") lbl.pack() lbl10=tkinter.Label(win,text="Student Number") lbl10.pack() en10=tkinter.Entry(win) en10.pack() def delete(): studentnum1=en10.get() con=sqlite3.connect("Students.db") cur=con.cursor() row=cur.fetchone() cur.execute("DELETE FROM student WHERE name = '%s';" % studentnum1) con.commit() win=tkinter.Tk();win.title("Record Deleted") lbl=tkinter.Label(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Record Deleted :") lbl.pack() lbl=tkinter.Label(win,width=30,text=studentnum1) lbl.pack() btn=tkinter.Button(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Ok",command=win.destroy) btn.pack() btn2=tkinter.Button(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=30,text="Delete",command=delete) btn2.pack() def viewRecord(): con=sqlite3.connect("Students.db") cur=con.cursor() win=tkinter.Tk();win.title("View Student Record"); row=cur.fetchall() lbl1=tkinter.Label(win,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",width=300,text="\n\tStudent Number"+"\t\tName"+"\t\tAge"+"\t\tBirthday"+"\t\tAddress"+"\t\tEmail"+"\t\tCourse"+"\t\tYear"+"\t\nSection") lbl1.pack() for row in cur.execute("SELECT * FROM student"): lbl2=tkinter.Label(win,width=300,text= row[0] + '\t\t' + row[1] + '\t' + row[2] + '\t\t' + row[3] + '\t\t' + row[4] + '\t\t' + row[5] + '\t\t' + row[6] + '\t\t' + row[7] + '\t\t' + row[8] + '\n') lbl2.pack() con.close() but1=tkinter.Button(win,background="#000",foreground="#fff", width=150,text="Close",command=win.destroy) but1.pack() root=tkinter.Tk();root.title("Student Records") menubar=tkinter.Menu(root) manage=tkinter.Menu(menubar,tearoff=0) manage.add_command(label='New Record',command=newRecord) manage.add_command(label='Edit Record',command=editRecord) manage.add_command(label='Delete Record',command=deleteRecord) menubar.add_cascade(label='Manage',menu=manage) view=tkinter.Menu(menubar,tearoff=0) view.add_command(label='View Record',command=viewRecord) menubar.add_cascade(label='View',menu=view) root.config(menu=menubar) lbl=tkinter.Label(root,background="#000",foreground="#ddd",font=("Verdana",15),width=30,text="Student Records") lbl.pack() lbl1=tkinter.Label(root,text="\nSubmitted by :") lbl1.pack() lbl2=tkinter.Label(root,text="Chavez, Vissia Nicole P") lbl2.pack() lbl3=tkinter.Label(root,text="BSIT 4-4") lbl3.pack()

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  • Installing TKInter for Python 2.6.5

    - by Azfar
    Well today's been a bit of shock. After running port -v selfupdate followed by an attempt to run sudo port install py26-ipython MacPorts went around installing a whole host of stuff, including updating my Python from 2.6.4 to 2.6.5. It's nice but unexpected in a creepy way. So I tried to install TKInter using MacPorts with port search tkinter yielding: py-tkinter @2.4.6 (python, graphics) Python bindings to the Tk widget set py25-tkinter @2.5.4 (python, graphics) This is a stub. tkinter is now built with python25 Found 2 ports. So I tried sudo port install py25-tkinter and then it tries to install Python 2.5.5. There must be an easier way to install TkInter without being faffed around... help please?

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  • close window in Tkinter message box

    - by rejinacm
    Hello, link text How to handle the "End Now" error in the below code: import Tkinter from Tkconstants import * import tkMessageBox tk = Tkinter.Tk() class MyApp: def __init__(self,parent): self.myparent = parent self.frame = Tkinter.Frame(tk,relief=RIDGE,borderwidth=2) self.frame.pack() self.message = Tkinter.Message(tk,text="Symbol Disolay") label=Tkinter.Label(self.frame,text="Is Symbol Displayed") label.pack() self.button1=Tkinter.Button(self.frame,text="YES") self.button1.pack(side=BOTTOM) self.button1.bind("<Button-1>", self.button1Click) self.button2=Tkinter.Button(self.frame,text="NO") self.button2.pack() self.button2.bind("<Button-1>", self.button2Click) self.myparent.protocol("WM_DELETE_WINDOW", self.handler) def button1Click(self, event): print "pressed yes" def button2Click(self, event): print "pressed no" def handler(self): if tkMessageBox.askokcancel("Quit?", "Are you sure you want to quit?"): self.myparent.quit() myapp = MyApp(tk) tk.mainloop()

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  • Tkinter button bind

    - by rejinacm
    Hello, Help urgently.. This is my code: import Tkinter from Tkconstants import * tk = Tkinter.Tk() class MyApp: def __init__(self,parent): self.frame = Tkinter.Frame(tk,relief=RIDGE,borderwidth=2) self.frame.pack() self.message = Tkinter.Message(tk,text="Symbol Disolay") label=Tkinter.Label(self.frame,text="Is Symbol Displayed") label.pack() self.button1=Tkinter.Button(self.frame,text="YES") self.button1.pack(side=BOTTOM) self.button1.bind("<Button-1>", self.button1Click) self.button2=Tkinter.Button(self.frame,text="NO") self.button2.pack() self.button2.bind("<Button-1>", self.button2Click) def button1Click(self, event): "pressed yes" def button2Click(self, event): "pressed no" myapp = MyApp(tk) tk.mainloop() What shall i do in button1Click() and button2Click() so that they return "YES" or "NO" to my program in string format ???

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  • How to get Tkinter to input text and submit with button

    - by Rob
    Hi I was wondering if anybody could help me submit code from the test fields to the login fields from Tkinter import * import tkMessageBox if ( __name__ == "__main__" ): import resources.lib.mechanize as mechanize mechanize # Start Browser br = mechanize.Browser(factory=mechanize.RobustFactory()) # User-Agent (Firefox) br.addheaders = [('User-agent', 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:1.9.0.6')] br.open('http://razetheworld.com/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http%3A%2F%2Frazetheworld.com') br.select_form(name="loginform") br['log'] = 'entryWidget_U must enter here' br['pwd'] = 'entryWidget_P must enter here' br.submit(name="wp-submit") print br.geturl() def displayText(): """ Display the Entry text value. """ global entryWidget_U global entryWidget_P if entryWidget_U.get().strip() == "": tkMessageBox.showerror("Tkinter Entry Widget", "Enter a Username") else: tkMessageBox.showinfo("Tkinter Entry Widget", "Text value =" + entryWidget_U.get().strip()) if entryWidget_P.get().strip() == "": tkMessageBox.showerror("Tkinter Entry Widget", "Enter a Password") else: tkMessageBox.showinfo("Tkinter Entry Widget", "Text value =" + entryWidget_P.get().strip()) if __name__ == "__main__": root = Tk() root.title("Tkinter Entry Widget") root["padx"] = 40 root["pady"] = 20 # Create a text frame to hold the text Label and the Entry widget textFrame_U = Frame(root) textFrame_P = Frame(root) #Create a Label in textFrame entryLabel = Label(textFrame_U) entryLabel["text"] = "Enter Username:" entryLabel.pack(side=LEFT) entryLabel = Label(textFrame_P) entryLabel["text"] = "Enter Password:" entryLabel.pack(side=LEFT) # Create an Entry Widget in textFrame entryWidget_U = Entry(textFrame_U) entryWidget_U["width"] = 50 entryWidget_U.pack(side=LEFT) entryWidget_P = Entry(textFrame_P) entryWidget_P["width"] = 50 entryWidget_P.pack(side=LEFT) textFrame_U.pack() textFrame_P.pack() button = Button(root, text="Login", command=#Run br.submit(name="wp-submit")) button.pack() root.mainloop()

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  • python - tkinter - update label from variable

    - by Tom
    I wrote a python script that does some stuff to generate and then keep changing some text stored as a string variable. This works, and I can print the string each time it gets changed. Problems have arisen while trying to display that output in a GUI (just as a basic label) using tkinter. I can get the label to display the string for the first time... but it never updates. This is really the first time I have tried to use tkinter, so it's likely I'm making a foolish error. What I've got looks logical to me, but I'm evidently going wrong somewhere! from tkinter import * outputText = 'Ready' counter = int(0) root = Tk() root.maxsize(400, 400) var = StringVar() l = Label(root, textvariable=var, anchor=NW, justify=LEFT, wraplength=398) l.pack() var.set(outputText) while True: counter = counter + 1 #do some stuff that generates string as variable 'result' outputText = result #do some more stuff that generates new string as variable 'result' outputText = result #do some more stuff that generates new string as variable 'result' outputText = result if counter == 5: break root.mainloop() I also tried: from tkinter import * outputText = 'Ready' counter = int(0) root = Tk() root.maxsize(400, 400) var = StringVar() l = Label(root, textvariable=var, anchor=NW, justify=LEFT, wraplength=398) l.pack() var.set(outputText) while True: counter = counter + 1 #do some stuff that generates string as variable 'result' outputText = result var.set(outputText) #do some more stuff that generates new string as variable 'result' outputText = result var.set(outputText) #do some more stuff that generates new string as variable 'result' outputText = result var.set(outputText) if counter == 5: break root.mainloop() In both cases, the label will show 'Ready' but won't update to change that to the strings as they're generated later. After a fair bit of googling and looking through answers on this site, I thought the solution might be to use update_idletasks - I tried putting that in after each time the variable was changed, but it didn't help. It also seems possible I am meant to be using trace and callback somehow to make all this work...but I can't get my head around how that works (I tried, but didn't manage to make anything that even looked like it would do something, let alone actually worked). I'm still very new to both python and especially tkinter, so, any help much appreciated but please spell it out for me if you can :)

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  • Tkinter on Ubuntu 14.04 seems not to work

    - by empedokles
    I receive following Traceback: Traceback (most recent call last): File "tkinter_basic_frame.py", line 4, in <module> from Tkinter import Tk, Frame, BOTH File "/usr/lib/python2.7/lib-tk/Tkinter.py", line 42, in raise ImportError, str(msg) + ', please install the python-tk package' ImportError: No module named _tkinter, please install the python-tk package This is the demoscript I'm trying to run: #!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- from Tkinter import Tk, Frame, BOTH class Example(Frame): def __init__(self, parent): Frame.__init__(self, parent, background="white") self.parent = parent self.initUI() def initUI(self): self.parent.title("Simple") self.pack(fill=BOTH, expand=1) def main(): root = Tk() root.geometry("250x150+300+300") app = Example(root) root.mainloop() if __name__ == '__main__': main() From my knowledge Tkinter should be included in Python 2.7. Why do I receive the traceback? Doesn't ubuntu contain the standard-python-distribution? This is solved. I had to install it manually in synaptic (got the hint in the meantime from another forum), see here: Wikipedia says: "Tkinter is a Python binding to the Tk GUI toolkit. It is the standard Python interface to the Tk GUI toolkit1 and is Python's de facto standard GUI,2 and is included with the standard Windows and Mac OS X install of Python." - Not good, that it isn't included in Ubuntu as well. Tkinter on Wikipedia

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  • Tkinter after that survives clock rewinding.

    - by Oren
    I noticed that in my version of Tkinter, the after() call does not survive system clock rewinding. If the after(x, func) was called, and the system clock was rewinded, func will be called only after the clock returned to its time before the rewind + x milliseconds. I assume this is because Tkinter uses the system-clock instead of the "time.clock" (the amount of time that the program is running). I tested it only on windows, and maybe its because I have an old version of Tkinter. I want my App to work on computers that synchronize their clock from the network... Does anyone have a simple solution?

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  • Get coords of an oval in Tkinter

    - by Baddie
    I can't seem to figure out how to reterive the x,y position of an oval created on a Tkinter canvas using Python via c.create_oval(x0, y0, x1, y2) I understand that Tkinter creates the oval inside the box specified by x0,y0,x1,y2 and if I can get those coordinates that would also work. I need the coordinates to move the oval by an offset equal to the mouse coords and the actual oval.

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  • Global name not defined

    - by anteater7171
    I wrote a CPU monitoring program in Python. For some reason sometimes the the program will run without any problem. Then other times the program won't even start because of the following error. Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 244, in run_nodebug File "C:\Python26\CPUR1.7.pyw", line 601, in app = simpleapp_tk(None) File "C:\Python26\CPUR1.7.pyw", line 26, in init self.initialize() File "C:\Python26\CPUR1.7.pyw", line 107, in initialize self.F() File "C:\Python26\CPUR1.7.pyw", line 517, in F S2 = TL.entryVariableS.get() NameError: global name 'TL' is not defined I can't seem to find the problem, maybe someone more experienced may assist me? Here is a snippet of the part giving me trouble: (The second to last line in the snippet is what's giving me trouble) def E(self): if self.selectedM.get() =='Options...': Setup global TL TL = Tkinter.Toplevel(self) menu = Tkinter.Menu(TL) TL.config(menu=menu) filemenu = Tkinter.Menu(menu) menu.add_cascade(label="| Menu |", menu=filemenu) filemenu.add_command(label="Instruction Manual...", command=self.helpmenu) filemenu.add_command(label="About...", command=self.aboutmenu) filemenu.add_separator() filemenu.add_command(label="Exit Options", command=TL.destroy) filemenu.add_command(label="Exit", command=self.destroy) helpmenu = Tkinter.Menu(menu) menu.add_cascade(label="| Help |", menu=helpmenu) helpmenu.add_command(label="Instruction Manual...", command=self.helpmenu) helpmenu.add_separator() helpmenu.add_command(label="Quick Help...", command=self.helpmenu) Title TL.label5 = Tkinter.Label(TL,text="CPU Usage: Options",anchor="center",fg="black",bg="lightgreen",relief="ridge",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 18, 'bold')) TL.label5.pack(padx=15,ipadx=5) X Y scale TL.separator = Tkinter.Frame(TL,height=7, bd=1, relief='ridge', bg='grey95') TL.separator.pack(pady=5,padx=5) # TL.sclX = Tkinter.Scale(TL.separator, from_=0, to=1500, orient='horizontal', resolution=1, command=self.A) TL.sclX.grid(column=1,row=0,ipadx=27, sticky='w') TL.label1 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="X",anchor="s",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label1.grid(column=0,row=0, pady=1, sticky='S') TL.sclY = Tkinter.Scale(TL.separator, from_=0, to=1500, resolution=1, command=self.A) TL.sclY.grid(column=2,row=1,rowspan=2,sticky='e', padx=4) TL.label3 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Y",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label3.grid(column=2,row=0, padx=10, sticky='e') TL.entryVariable2 = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.entry2 = Tkinter.Entry(TL.separator,textvariable=TL.entryVariable2, fg="grey15",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",insertbackground="black",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)) TL.entry2.grid(column=1,row=1,ipadx=20, pady=10,sticky='EW') TL.entry2.bind("<Return>", self.B) TL.label2 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="X:",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label2.grid(column=0,row=1, ipadx=4, sticky='W') TL.entryVariable1 = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.entry1 = Tkinter.Entry(TL.separator,textvariable=TL.entryVariable1, fg="grey15",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",insertbackground="black",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)) TL.entry1.grid(column=1,row=2,sticky='EW') TL.entry1.bind("<Return>", self.B) TL.label4 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Y:", anchor="center",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold')) TL.label4.grid(column=0,row=2, ipadx=4, sticky='W') TL.label7 = Tkinter.Label(TL.separator,text="Text Colour:",fg="black",bg="grey95",font=('Arial', 8 ,'bold'),justify='left') TL.label7.grid(column=1,row=3, sticky='W',padx=10,ipady=10,ipadx=30) TL.selectedP = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.opt1 = Tkinter.OptionMenu(TL.separator, TL.selectedP,'Normal', 'White','Black', 'Blue', 'Steel Blue','Green','Light Green','Yellow','Orange' ,'Red',command=self.G) TL.opt1.config(fg="black",bg="grey90",activebackground="grey90",activeforeground="black", anchor="center",relief="raised",direction='right',font=('Arial', 10)) TL.opt1.grid(column=1,row=4,sticky='EW',padx=20,ipadx=20) TL.selectedP.set('Normal') TL.sclS = Tkinter.Scale(TL.separator, from_=10, to=2000, orient='horizontal', resolution=10, command=self.H) TL.sclS.grid(column=1,row=5,ipadx=27, sticky='w') TL.sclS.set(600) TL.entryVariableS = Tkinter.StringVar() TL.entryS = Tkinter.Entry(TL.separator,textvariable=TL.entryVariableS, fg="grey15",bg="grey90",relief="sunken",insertbackground="black",borderwidth=5,font=('Arial', 10)) TL.entryS.grid(column=1,row=6,ipadx=20, pady=10,sticky='EW') TL.entryS.bind("<Return>", self.I) TL.entryVariableS.set(600) # TL.resizable(False,False) TL.title('Options') geomPatt = re.compile(r"(\d+)?x?(\d+)?([+-])(\d+)([+-])(\d+)") s = self.wm_geometry() m = geomPatt.search(s) X = m.group(4) Y = m.group(6) TL.sclY.set(Y) TL.sclX.set(X) if self.selectedM.get() == 'Exit': self.destroy() def F (self): G = round(psutil.cpu_percent(), 1) G1 = str(G) + '%' self.labelVariable.set(G1) if G < 5: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image0) if G >= 5: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image5) if G >= 10: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image10) if G >= 15: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image15) if G >= 20: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image20) if G >= 25: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image25) if G >= 30: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image30) if G >= 35: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image35) if G >= 40: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image40) if G >= 45: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image45) if G >= 50: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image50) if G >= 55: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image55) if G >= 60: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image60) if G >= 65: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image65) if G >= 70: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image70) if G >= 75: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image75) if G >= 80: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image80) if G >= 85: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image85) if G >= 90: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image90) if 100> G >= 95: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image95) if G == 100: self.imageLabel.configure(image=self.image100) S2 = TL.entryVariableS.get() self.after(int(S2), self.F)

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  • Tkinter, Python: How do I save text entered in the Entry widget? How do I move a label?

    - by user3692825
    I am a newbie at programming and my program is not stellar but hopefully it's ok because I have only been using it for a couple days now. I am having trouble in my class "Recipie". In this class I am having trouble saving the text in my Entry widget. I know to use the .get() option but when I try to print it, it doesn't (whether it is within that defined method or not). So that is my main concern. I want it to save the text entered as a string when I press the button: b. My other minor question is, how can I move the label. When I have tried I have used the height and width options, but that just expands the label. I want to move the text to create a title above my Entry boxes. Is label the right widget to use or would it be easier to use a message box widget? So it would look like, for example (but like 8 pixels down and 20 to the right): ingredients textbox button labeled as: add an ingredient And I am not sure the option .pack(side="...") or .place(anchor="...") are the right options to use for my buttons or entry boxes or labels. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! And if you could add comments to your code explaining what you did, that would be so helpful. Thank you!!! import Tkinter class Recipie(Tkinter.Tk): def __init__(self): Tkinter.Tk.__init__(self) self.title("New Recipie") self.geometry("500x500") def name(self): name = Tkinter.Label(self, text="Title:", width=39) name.place(anchor="nw") insert_name = Tkinter.Entry(self) insert_name.pack() insert_name.focus_set() def ingredients(self): e = Tkinter.Entry(self) e.pack() e.focus_set() def addingredient(self): but = Tkinter.Button(self, text="Add Ingredients", width=15, command=self.ingredients) but.pack(side="bottom") def procedure(self): txt = Tkinter.Label(self, text="List the Steps:") txt.place(anchor="n") p = Tkinter.Entry(self) p.place(anchor="nw") p.focus_set() def savebutton(self): print insert_name.get() print e.get() print p.get() b = Tkinter.Button(self, text="Save Recipie", width=15, command=savebutton) top = Recipie() top.mainloop()

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  • Python Tkinter after loop not working fast enough

    - by user2658538
    I am making a simple metronome where it plays a tick sound every few milliseconds depending on the bpm and plays the sound using the winsound module. I use tkinter because there will be a gui component later but for now the metronome code is working, it plays the sound at a constant rate, but even though I set the after loop to play the sound every few milliseconds, it waits longer and the beat is slower than it should be. Is it a problem with the code or a problem with the way I calculate the time? Thanks. Here is my code. from Tkinter import * import winsound,time,threading root=Tk() c=Canvas(root) c.pack() class metronome(): def __init__(self,root,canvas,tempo=100): self.root=root self.root.bind("<1>",self.stop) self.c=canvas self.thread=threading.Thread(target=self.play) self.thread.daemon=True self.pause=False self.tempo=tempo/60.0 self.tempo=1.0/self.tempo self.tempo*=1000 def play(self): winsound.PlaySound("tick.wav",winsound.SND_FILENAME) self.sound=self.c.after(int(self.tempo),self.play) def stop(self,e): self.c.after_cancel(self.sound) beat=metronome(root,c,120) beat.thread.start() root.mainloop()

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  • Python/Tkinter make a custom window

    - by user1435947
    I want to make a window without the top taskbar (that is movable), so there is only thin outline around the GUI box. I also want to add my own 'X' to the box. import Tkinter class Application(Frame): def __init__(self, master=None): Frame.__init__(self, master) self.parent = master ............ def main(): root = Tk() root.attributes('-fullscreen', True) root.geometry('500x250+500+200') app = Application(root) app.parent.configure(background = 'gray32') root.resizable(width=FALSE, height=FALSE) app.mainloop() main() I tried forcing the box to resize after going into fullscreen to remove the taskbar, though box is no longer movable. Any suggestions? [I have seen this thread: Python/Tkinter: Removing/disabling a resizable window's maximize button under Windows The -toolwindow attribute didn't work for me, maybe because I use linux...]

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  • Tkinter mouse event initially triggered

    - by user3714884
    I'm currently learning Tkinter and I cannot find a solution for my problem here nor outside Stackoverflow. In a nutshell, all events that I bind to my widgets are triggered initialy and don't respond to my actions. In this example, the red rectangle appears on the canvas when I run the code, and color=random.choice(['red', 'blue']) revealed that the event binding doesn't work after that: import Tkinter as tk class application(tk.Frame): def __init__(self, master=None): tk.Frame.__init__(self, master) self.can = tk.Canvas(master, width=200, height=200) self.can.bind('<Button-2>', self.draw()) self.can.grid() def draw(self): self.can.create_rectangle(50, 50, 100, 100, fill='red') app = application() app.mainloop() I use a Mac platform, but I haven't got a clue about its role in the problem. Could anyone please point me at the mistake i did here?

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  • Dynamically add items to Tkinter Canvas

    - by nick369
    I'm attempting to learn Tkinter with the goal of being able to create a 'real-time' scope to plot data. As a test, I'm trying to draw a polygon on the canvas every time the 'draw' button is pressed. The triangle position is randomized. I have two problems: There is a triangle on the canvas as soon as the program starts, why and how do I fix this? It doesn't draw any triangles when I press the button, at least none that I can see. CODE from Tkinter import * from random import randint class App: def __init__(self,master): #frame = Frame(master) #frame.pack(side = LEFT) self.plotspc = Canvas(master,height = 100, width = 200, bg = "white") self.plotspc.grid(row=0,column = 2, rowspan = 5) self.button = Button(master, text = "Quit", fg = "red", \ command = master.quit) self.button.grid(row=0,column=0) self.drawbutton = Button(master, text = "Draw", command = \ self.pt([50,50])) self.drawbutton.grid(row = 0, column = 1) def pt(self, coords): coords[0] = coords[0] + randint(-20,20) coords[1] = coords[1] + randint(-20,20) x = (0,5,10) y = (0,10,0) xp = [coords[0] + xv for xv in x] yp = [coords[1] + yv for yv in y] ptf = zip(xp,yp) self.plotspc.create_polygon(*ptf) if _name_ == "_main_": root = Tk() app = App(root) root.mainloop() The code is formatting strangely within the code tags, I have no idea how to fix this.

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  • Why does this valid Tkinter code crash when mixed with a bit of PyWin32?

    - by Erlog
    So I'm making a very small program for personal use in tkinter, and I've run into a really strange wall. I'm mixing tkinter with the pywin32 bindings because I really hate everything to do with the syntax and naming conventions of pywin32, and it feels like tkinter gets more done with far less code. The strangeness is happening in the transition between the pywin32 clipboard watching and my program's reaction to it in tkinter. My window and all its controls are being handled in tkinter. The pywin32 bindings are doing clipboard watching and clipboard access when the clipboard changes. From what I've gathered about the way the clipboard watching pieces of pywin32 work, you can make it work with anything you want as long as you provide pywin32 with the hwnd value of your window. I'm doing that part, and it works when the program first starts. It just doesn't seem to work when the clipboard changes. When the program launches, it grabs the clipboard and puts it into the search box and edit box just fine. When the clipboard is modified, the event I want to fire off is firing off...except that event that totally worked before when the program launched is now causing a weird hang instead of doing what it's supposed to do. I can print the clipboard contents to stdout all I want if the clipboard changes, but not put that same data into a tkinter widget. It only hangs like that if it starts to interact with any of my tkinter widgets after being fired off by a clipboard change notification. It feels like there's some pywin32 etiquette I've missed in adapting the clipboard-watching sample code I was using over to my tkinter-using program. Tkinter apparently doesn't like to produce stack traces or error messages, and I can't really even begin to know what to look for trying to debug it with pdb. Here's the code: #coding: utf-8 #Clipboard watching cribbed from ## {{{ http://code.activestate.com/recipes/355593/ (r1) import pdb from Tkinter import * import win32clipboard import win32api import win32gui import win32con import win32clipboard def force_unicode(object, encoding="utf-8"): if isinstance(object, basestring) and not isinstance(object, unicode): object = unicode(object, encoding) return object class Application(Frame): def __init__(self, master=None): self.master = master Frame.__init__(self, master) self.pack() self.createWidgets() self.hwnd = self.winfo_id() self.nextWnd = None self.first = True self.oldWndProc = win32gui.SetWindowLong(self.hwnd, win32con.GWL_WNDPROC, self.MyWndProc) try: self.nextWnd = win32clipboard.SetClipboardViewer(self.hwnd) except win32api.error: if win32api.GetLastError () == 0: # information that there is no other window in chain pass else: raise self.update_search_box() self.word_search() def word_search(self): #pdb.set_trace() term = self.searchbox.get() self.resultsbox.insert(END, term) def update_search_box(self): clipboardtext = "" if win32clipboard.IsClipboardFormatAvailable(win32clipboard.CF_TEXT): win32clipboard.OpenClipboard() clipboardtext = win32clipboard.GetClipboardData() win32clipboard.CloseClipboard() if clipboardtext != "": self.searchbox.delete(0,END) clipboardtext = force_unicode(clipboardtext) self.searchbox.insert(0, clipboardtext) def createWidgets(self): self.button = Button(self) self.button["text"] = "Search" self.button["command"] = self.word_search self.searchbox = Entry(self) self.resultsbox = Text(self) #Pack everything down here for "easy" layout changes later self.searchbox.pack() self.button.pack() self.resultsbox.pack() def MyWndProc (self, hWnd, msg, wParam, lParam): if msg == win32con.WM_CHANGECBCHAIN: self.OnChangeCBChain(msg, wParam, lParam) elif msg == win32con.WM_DRAWCLIPBOARD: self.OnDrawClipboard(msg, wParam, lParam) # Restore the old WndProc. Notice the use of win32api # instead of win32gui here. This is to avoid an error due to # not passing a callable object. if msg == win32con.WM_DESTROY: if self.nextWnd: win32clipboard.ChangeClipboardChain (self.hwnd, self.nextWnd) else: win32clipboard.ChangeClipboardChain (self.hwnd, 0) win32api.SetWindowLong(self.hwnd, win32con.GWL_WNDPROC, self.oldWndProc) # Pass all messages (in this case, yours may be different) on # to the original WndProc return win32gui.CallWindowProc(self.oldWndProc, hWnd, msg, wParam, lParam) def OnChangeCBChain (self, msg, wParam, lParam): if self.nextWnd == wParam: # repair the chain self.nextWnd = lParam if self.nextWnd: # pass the message to the next window in chain win32api.SendMessage (self.nextWnd, msg, wParam, lParam) def OnDrawClipboard (self, msg, wParam, lParam): if self.first: self.first = False else: #print "changed" self.word_search() #self.word_search() if self.nextWnd: # pass the message to the next window in chain win32api.SendMessage(self.nextWnd, msg, wParam, lParam) if __name__ == "__main__": root = Tk() app = Application(master=root) app.mainloop() root.destroy()

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  • Code a timer in a GUI python TKinter

    - by Diego Castro
    I need to code a program with GUI in python (I'm thinking of using TKinter, 'cause it's easy, but I'm open to suggestions). My major problem is that I don't know how to code a timer (like a clock... like 00:00:00,00 hh:mm:ss,00 ) I need it to update it self (that's what I don't know how to do) Another question is how do I put a program in the system tray (I don't think it's called like that in Linux) for UBUNTU.

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  • Code a timer in a python GUI in TKinter

    - by Diego Castro
    I need to code a program with GUI in python (I'm thinking of using TKinter, 'cause it's easy, but I'm open to suggestions). My major problem is that I don't know how to code a timer (like a clock... like 00:00:00,00 hh:mm:ss,00 ) I need it to update it self (that's what I don't know how to do) Another question is how do I put a program in the system tray (I don't think it's called like that in Linux) for UBUNTU.

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  • Creating a sliding frame containing widgets in tkinter in python

    - by Buki
    I am trying really hard to make a sliding frame containing widgets in tkinter in python. There is this frame inside a big window with different widgets. And as soon as i click on the next button on that frame the frame should slowly slide towards the left and vanish ultimately. As soon as it vanishes, i want new frame with widgets to come sliding towards right. What should i do? Anticipating your suggestions and ideas.

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  • Python tkInter text entry validation

    - by meade
    I'm trying to validate the entry of text using Python/tkInter def validate_text(): return False text = Entry(textframe, validate="focusout", validatecommand=validate_text) where validate_text is the function - I've tried always returning False and always returning True and there's no difference in the outcome..? Is there a set of arguments in the function that I need to include? Edit - changed from NONE to focusout...still not working

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