Il 18/10/2016 02:57, Wildman ha scritto:
On Tue, 18 Oct 2016 00:58:42 +0200, pozz wrote:
I'm sorry, I know it is a FAQ..., but I couldn't find a good answer.
I'm learning python and I'd like to start creating GUI applications,
mainly for Windows OS. In the past, I wrote many applications in Visual
Basic 4: it was very fast and you could create simple but effective GUIs
in Windows in some minutes.
I am also learning Python so my experience is limited. I have
tried pyGTK and Tkinter. GTK's concept of the hbox and vbox
gave me of difficulty. I couldn't get the GUI to look the way
Yes, it's exactly my situation. I understand boxes give a lot of
flexibility, but for simple GUI they are very complex.
Did you try Glade GUI builder applcation?
OTOH, Tkinter offers a way to place widgets on a
window/frame in a precise way: self.widget.place(x=#, y=#)
That is similar to VB's move statement. GTK may have such a
feature but I was not able to find it.
Yes, it seems GTK has a similar feature. It is the container GtkFixed
The GtkFixed widget is a container which can place child
widgets at fixed positions and with fixed sizes, given in
pixels. GtkFixed performs no automatic layout management.
At the moment, I didn't tested GtkFixed yet, but it seems very simple to
use. I hope Glade gives a good support for it.
Anyway, my choice based
on my limited experience is Tkinter. Here is a good place to
This will give you several places to look for additional info...
Ok, thank you.