tkinter: tk.grid columnspan
On Wed, 5 Jun 2019, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
> With only those two fields as the only thing defined in the grid
> sizer, than there are only two columns in the grid, and nothing in which
> to "span" a field.
Makes sense to me.
> My antique Tkinter book is in storage a mile away, so I can't verify if
> my understanding is correct. https://effbot.org/tkinterbook/grid.htm sort
> of reinforces that, in that the example with spanning defines four(0..3)
> columns in use, with the image using the 3rd&4th columns (2..3) and the
> checkbox spanning the first two columns (0..1)
Yes, I read that.
> wxPython has:
I've used wxPython for years and decided that for my new projects I'd use
tkinter. I have the impression it is easier when users run MacOS and Windoze
rather than linux. Perhaps not, but there are aspects of wxPython that wore
me out. I find tkinter easier to read and write, but I'm still at the very
bottom of the learning curve.