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Dear all,

I am currently drawing a visualization tool in python using Tkinter. I would like to know how to add scroll bars into the canvas widget using the Tkinter module.Could you kindly send me a sample code from the beginning to the end showing how to use scroll bars in the canvas widget.Thank You


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Shankar
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Dear all,

I am currently drawing a visualization tool in python using Tkinter. I would like to know how to add scroll bars into the canvas widget using the Tkinter module.Could you kindly send me a sample code from the beginning to the end showing how to use scroll bars in the canvas widget.Thank You


Regards,
Shankar
I believe that the difficulty in finding such a tutorial points to a true lack of support for Tkinter (although the standard docs in the Python manual have gotten somewhat better). Tkinter has really been set aside (IMO) for more powerful and more complete frameworks such as wxPython. See GUI Programming in Python.
Sep 2 '07 #2

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