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Hi,
My question is about scrolling canvas under Tkinter,

I have a canvas of size 1280X800, where my plotting is way beyond the 1280,I need to add scroller bars H & V and be able to use them to pan around my image.

Any help please

Best regards
Apr 2 '07 #1
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Hi,
My question is about scrolling canvas under Tkinter,

I have a canvas of size 1280X800, where my plotting is way beyond the 1280,I need to add scroller bars H & V and be able to use them to pan around my image.

Any help please

Best regards
Use this link to see the scroll bar pattern in action.
Apr 2 '07 #2

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