From: Dennis Godfrey <dennis@li...> - 2004-10-20 21:14:25
I am new to anygui. I very much like the speed at which
I am able to develop an interface and the size of the code.
Tkinter is what I have used in the past.
I have a question. Looked in the archives, perhaps I missed it.
I would like to include an image in my app, but have not
figured out the right magic and incantations to do so. :)
I have something like this...hopefully, there is enough to
get the idea of what I am trying to accomplish. I don't get
any errors, but on the Frame, I see the word Label. Can someone
pull the mud from my eyes? Thanks, tons!
from anygui import *
import Image, ImageTk
def __init__( self, parent ):
self.filename = 'gnome-unknown.png'
self.file = Image.open(self.filename)
self.image = ImageTk.PhotoImage(self.file)
self.theScan = Label(image = self.image, position = (225, 200))
win.add(fMain, hmove = 1)
app = Application()
win = Window(size = ( 650, 475 ))
fMain = Frame(frameOpt)
dennis - have gudulka, will travel