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Re: TK - Best MainWindow management tipsby crabbdean (Pilgrim)
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Well this beautiful piece of code answers questions 1,2 and 3 --> Re: Maximise or minimise Perl/Tk Main Window I doubt you'll get better than that!
Update: You'll actually see running this a small problem (on Win32 systems), the window maximises to even go underneath your application tray at the bottom of the screen so that the bottom of your MainWindow is hidden. I'll work on a solution and post it. Anyone?
Answer:Okay answer is here I posted it further down this thread, SORRY! I should have put it here.
I'm most curious about point 4. I'll have to research that some more and write back.
Actually I'd be interested also in how to centre a MainWindow on your screen. Anyone?
Update: Okay here is a nice solution to centering your window --> Center a Tk window on the screen The second solution given on this page works best
This is also a good article on Windows Window Management Win32 Window Hierarchy and Styles
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