How to make it possible ?

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How to make it possible ?

Postby mister_why » Thu Sep 15, 2016 10:17 am

Hello everyone !

I'm a newbie in Python, specially for the GUI ^^

I'd like to make a GUI like this : Image

With which program can I do that ? PyQt ? Tkinter (lol), …

Does Python can do that ? If not, which program could ? Java, c++ ?

I hope have been clear, English isn't my mother tong.

Thanks a lot !
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Re: How to make it possible ?

Postby Yoriz » Thu Sep 15, 2016 10:51 am

They can all do that, but whatever language or gui module you use , it would all have to be manual drawn, events and event handler code manual created etc. because there wont be nothing built in to create it.
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Re: How to make it possible ?

Postby mister_why » Thu Sep 15, 2016 11:45 am

That's what I tough, but every time that I see a GUI, like Tkinter, or PyQt, the design doesn't look good :/ like window 98 :p

For example, when they draw a circle, you can see the pixel, or in my image, the pixel look invisible !

How is that possible ?


PS : Thank you for your response ! Quick and efficient ;)
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Re: How to make it possible ?

Postby Larz60+ » Fri Sep 16, 2016 12:47 am

Hello,

For example, when they draw a circle, you can see the pixel, or in my image, the pixel look invisible !
In tkinter, you draw a circle on a Canvas widget.
To make the widget visible, you need to use a geometry command such as place, pack, or grid.

Tkinter was designed to look like motif, which was popular for a long time.
Qt4 has a more modern look and feel, and has a plethora of predefined widgets and examples.
If you look at their site, and examine some of their screenshots, or even in google image, query 'Qt4'
to get some very good examples.

Tkinter can also look very sexy, see the image at the end of this post: http://www.python-forum.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=20968

every time that I see a GUI, like Tkinter, or PyQt, the design doesn't look good


Don't forget that everything beautiful in life is made up of some very elementry items that don't always look good by themselves,
yet the end result may be stunning!

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