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#### How to create some text widgets like text editor in VC++?

If create text editor use notebook widget, each text in the pages of
the notebook can not be resized, and there is only one text visual each
time. Now I want to create text editor like VC++' text, texts can be
resized, and they can be dragged at will, and one or more can be
visual.
Could you tell me how can I do that?

Thanks!


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"sunnyboyGuo@gmail.com" wrote:
>
> If create text editor use notebook widget, each text in the pages of
> the notebook can not be resized, and there is only one text visual each
> time. Now I want to create text editor like VC++' text, texts can be
> resized, and they can be dragged at will, and one or more can be
> visual.
> Could you tell me how can I do that?
>
> Thanks!

I am not sure what you mean by the "notebook widget", but could it be
that you have created the GUI without any consideration of resizing?
I mean:

pack [text .t] -fill both

will not produce a text widget that gets resized automatically.
You would have to do:

pack [text .t] -fill both
pack configure .t -expand 1

This will instruct [pack] to resize its child widgets that you
have so marked.

With [grid] it works in a slightly different way: rows and columns
are assigned a weight, indicating how much they will change when
the window gets resized.

Multiple windows are easy to get: either create a new toplevel or
create multiple widgets in the same toplevel window:

pack [text .t] [text .t2] -fill both

If you mean you want "internal moveable windows" (or MDI), maybe
http://wiki.tcl.tk/2945 can help out.

Regards,

Arjen

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arjen.markus (2628)
5/12/2005 12:53:36 PM
Thanks Arjen,
In my GUI, I packed one notebook widget (one widget of package
BWidget). when create or open one file, it will insert new page in the
notebook, then create and pack one new text widget in the new page. The
file displayed in the new text widget.
Now, I want that each text widget in corresponding page of the notebook
have 3 buttons in top right corner. These texts can be maximized,
minimized, and normal state, similar to text editor in vc++.

I have been programming an IDE use tcl/tk for our own compiler and
debugger.

Regards,

sunnyboy


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5/12/2005 2:07:43 PM
sunnyboyGuo@gmail.com <sunnyboyGuo@gmail.com> wrote:
> In my GUI, I packed one notebook widget (one widget of package
> BWidget). when create or open one file, it will insert new page in the
> notebook, then create and pack one new text widget in the new page. The
> file displayed in the new text widget.
> Now, I want that each text widget in corresponding page of the notebook
> have 3 buttons in top right corner. These texts can be maximized,
> minimized, and normal state, similar to text editor in vc++.

In other words, you need an "MDI"-frame (Multi-document-interface)
rather than a notebook. This is like a little windowmanager inside
some workspace window of your application.

This being clarified, I hope someone knows a way to do
"MDI" with bwidgets.


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avl1 (2748)
5/12/2005 3:14:01 PM
Andreas Leitgeb wrote:
>
> sunnyboyGuo@gmail.com <sunnyboyGuo@gmail.com> wrote:
> > In my GUI, I packed one notebook widget (one widget of package
> > BWidget). when create or open one file, it will insert new page in the
> > notebook, then create and pack one new text widget in the new page. The
> > file displayed in the new text widget.
> > Now, I want that each text widget in corresponding page of the notebook
> > have 3 buttons in top right corner. These texts can be maximized,
> > minimized, and normal state, similar to text editor in vc++.
>
> In other words, you need an "MDI"-frame (Multi-document-interface)
> rather than a notebook. This is like a little windowmanager inside
> some workspace window of your application.
>
> This being clarified, I hope someone knows a way to do
> "MDI" with bwidgets.

I am not sure how suitable the approaches are with BWidget widgets,
but I suggest you take a look at the Wiki pages on the subject:

http://wiki.tcl.tk/2163 discusses pros and cons of MDI interfaces
and a multitude of ways to achieve them with Tk. Most relevant
pages are referred to on that page.

Regards,

Arjen

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arjen.markus (2628)
5/13/2005 6:51:40 AM

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