I have a Python application which consists of a few basic widgets (like
edit and graphic buttons), and would like to use an SDL window for graphic
output, managed through PyGame. I want everything inside of the same
application window, and I'm hoping to use PyUI for the widgets.
Since I don't really want to use frames which can be closed, I'm
current creating a frame that starts at coordinates -5, -20 (to hide the
titlebar and close button) and is the same size as my window in pyui.init.
I fill my Frame with individual panels, which hold the widgets.
This all works fine, but in one of the panels I'd like to have a PyGame
window, for my graphic output. Is there a simple way to do this?
you can use a Window instead of a Frame if you dont want borders on your frame. You can also override onCloseButton() on Frame to change the behaviour of the close button.
if you are using the 2D Pygame renderer, the windows are have access to pygame drawing calls.. you should be able to put pugame drawing calls in the draw() method of a pyui Panel derived class of your own.
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