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How can i make a wxStaticText markable?

Bernd Kaiser
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Jul 18 '05 #1
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Bernd Kaiser wrote:
How can i make a wxStaticText markable?

What do you mean by markable?

Jul 18 '05 #2
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Greg Krohn wrote:
| Bernd Kaiser wrote:
|> How can i make a wxStaticText markable?
| What do you mean by markable?
| greg

Oh sorry,
I mean selectable, so you can select the text with the mouse.
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Bernd Kaiser wrote:
I mean selectable, so you can select the text with the mouse.

I would use a TextCtrl. You can set it's style to read-only if all you
really want is selectable text which can't be edited by the user. Or if
you DO want it to resemble a StaticText, also remove the border style
and change the background Colour. The only apparent downside of this
approach is you still get a blinking cursor (at least on WinXP).
import wx

app = wx.PySimpleApp( )
frame = wx.Frame(None, -1, "Test")

panel = wx.Panel(frame, -1)
sizer = wx.BoxSizer(wx. VERTICAL)
panel.SetSizer( sizer)

label1 = wx.TextCtrl(pan el, -1, "Read-only", style=wx.TE_REA DONLY)
sizer.Add(label 1, 0, flag=wx.EXPAND| wx.ALL, border=10)

label2 = wx.TextCtrl(pan el, -1,
"Read-only + No Border + Change BG Color",
style=wx.TE_REA DONLY|wx.NO_BOR DER)
label2.SetBackg roundColour(pan el.GetBackgroun dColour())
sizer.Add(label 2, 0, flag=wx.EXPAND| wx.ALL, border=10)

frame.Show(True )
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