hello Mauro,

On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 3:45 AM, Mauro Cavalcanti <maurobio@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Stef,

Thanks for the message. Your PyLab-Works looks really great (and I
liked the interface).
I'm glad you liked it, hope to release PyLab_Works this month.

I could not progress much further than applying the last advice from
Chris Baker, which at least allowed the plot to be shown in its
correct place.

Indeed, the sample applications now *almost* works, except when the
window is resized. Also, the points plotted on the map only appears
when the map panel is resized using the splitter (because in this
case, the entire panel is redrawn and it seems that this is the
missing trick).
maybe you could send an explicit resize event to the panel or to the splitter:
 self.Panel_Bottom.SendSizeEvent ()


I am attaching the current version of source code plus a screenshot.
nice screenshot, thanks.

With best regards,

2008/11/20 Stef Mientki <stef.mientki@gmail.com>:
> I agree (coming from Delphi), they either don't work or are too limited.
> For wxPython I developed a very simple method, which even has the F12
> function ;-)
>  http://mientki.ruhosting.nl/data_www/pylab_works/pw_gui_support.htm
> code can be downloaded here
>  http://code.google.com/p/pylab-works/downloads/list
> btw I would love to see your Basemap,
> (but as I'm in the iddle of releasing a large project based on an old
> version of MatPlatLib,
> so I don't dare to update),
> are there any screenshots ?
> thanks,
> Stef Mientki

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