kandi X-RAY | pygubu Summary
kandi X-RAY | pygubu Summary
A simple GUI builder for the python tkinter module
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Generate the code for this node
- Generate code for given properties
- Process property value
- Adds a property to the code_bag
- Set scrollbars
- Gets the start and end of the window
- Generate code for code
- Gets the name of the code class
- Generate code for layout
- Process a layout property
- Sets the code property
- Set property on target widget
- Generates code for code_connect_commands
- Create a new submenu
- Generate code for the configure
- Returns a list of lines representing the code
- Add a child widget
- Register a custom property
- Configure the children of the child
- Apply layout
- Creates a new group
- Configure the widget
- Register all files from a directory
- Set code property
- Instantiate a widget from a parent
- Register images from a given package
pygubu Key Features
pygubu Examples and Code Snippets
import time from time import sleep import tkinter as tk import pygubu class HelloWorldApp: global window def __init__(self): #1: Create a builder self.builder = builder = pygubu.Builder() #2: Load an u
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def connect(self): try: port_loc = self.builder.get_variable('port_location') port = port_loc.get() print(port) #baud = self.builder.get_variable('baudrate_entry') #baurdate = baudrate_entry.get
fps_lable = self.builder.get_object('FPS_Label') fps_lable.set('hello') # sets label to 'hello'
import tkinter as tk import pygubu class Application: def __init__(self, master): self.builder = builder = pygubu.Builder() builder.add_from_file('mainwindow.ui') self.mainwindow = builder.get_object('mainWin
Trending Discussions on pygubu
I made a pygubu python application, and decided I wanted to freeze it, after troubleshooting some simple problems, I ran into something I couldn't fix:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-28 at 19:34
Create test.py (adapted from here) (i included all the dependencies you mentioned and listed their attributes and methods to make sure the module is included):
I'm playing around with tkinter and am struggling somewhat with the use of listboxes. I want to bind an arbitrary function to a selection event. As I understand it - it should go something like this....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-16 at 18:34
Items in a listbox can be selected with a single click, but they can also be selected via the keyboard. For this reason, binding to a specific physical event such as
is not the best way to be notified when the selection changes.
In the specific case of the listbox, binding to
<> is the best event to bind to, as that event will be generated after the selection has been set regardless of how it was set.
I redirect all my output to the program text field in Tkinter and I wanted to add a date and time to the message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-02 at 15:58
You can simply check whether the
string argument in
write() contains any meaningful content, e.g. using
I am starting to make something (IDK yet) using python and pygubu. To start of I have been exploring what you can do with pygubu. I have met an issue however that I have no idea how to solve. My problem is that I cannot destroy a window. I have tried:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-23 at 13:34
Thanks to the comment by @stovfl.
This means that I can edit my code and it will work:
PyGubu is a simple Python program that allows to create UI interfaces with Tkinter widgets.
So I have created an UI like this one here on the right
Now, I want that Scrollbar to be as big as the Text widget.
"How can I make the Scrollbar bigger on Tkinter" has been asked many times on StackOverflow. In my case, I cannot use the functions pack() or grid() as I am importing an already semi-finished UI
The code I use to load the Text and the Scrollbar is as the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-27 at 13:08
While writing the question, I've found a not-so-intuitive answer, still the best one:
The property "sticky" is the one who can solve the problem. What is not-so-intuitive is that you can select multiple squares ctrl+click. If you are used to work with Tkinter, it would probably not surprise you, but in my case (first day with Tkinter) I can just consider myself lucky
I am trying to use pygubu from the first time to make better GUI's. I have installed it using pip and it has installed correctly. However when I try and run the example code Here (At the bottom of the web page) I get the error
AttributeError: module 'pygubu' has no attribute 'Builder'
I don't know if this code is correct or not. I have looked for ways to use this tool but all I can find are links and videos for installing it. I have also tried This video but can't figure out how to open/run/use. I am using python-idle if that is the issue. The code (if you don't want to follow the link) is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-04 at 11:53
Pygubu is an application. Find it in files from C: drive. The code:
I am trying to install pygubu on a different device than I usually use. I have installed PIP but somewhere (recently) I somehow broke PIP. When I type
pip install pygubu I get the messages:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-03 at 12:43
Try doing this:
1) Go to this link: https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py , copy the code and save it as
2) Navigate to the directory that you saved
get-pip.py at, using CMD
3) Then type this command on CMD:
4) pip should be successfully installed after this.
If this doesn't work, try uninstalling pip by using:
python -m pip uninstall pip, and try the above process again.
By the way, you might be actually facing this issue because you might be using a very old version of pip, and installing the latest version might solve your problem.
So another thing you could do is to upgrade pip by using the override prefix like this in your upgrade command:
pip install --index-url=https://pypi.python.org/simple/ --upgrade pip
PS: Make sure that you are not using a proxy, and if you are, then use your proxy settings with the commands.
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