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I couldn't reproduce your resizable() issue. I tried it with (0,0), (1,0), (0,1) and (1,1): all worked as documented (see Tk::Wm).

You don't want both __DATA__ and __END__ (see perldata - Special Literals).

You also have duplicated code at the top of your script and all button callbacks generate warnings because you haven't defined sub manipulate_link { ... } yet (you may be aware of that one).

Here's what I tested with:

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; use Tk; require Tk::Pane; require Tk::BrowseEntry; require Tk::DialogBox; my $MW = MainWindow->new( -title => 'GUI Demo', -name => 'Demo', ); $MW->resizable(0,0); # not resizable in any direction foreach my $txt (<DATA>) { chomp($txt); my $b = $MW->Button( -text => $txt, -width => 30, -height => 3, -command => sub {manipulate_link($txt)}, ); $b->pack(qw/-side top -expand yes -pady 3/); } MainLoop; __DATA__ Compile all Compile selected blocks Get selected blocks Put selected blocks Browse & Compare Exit

-- Ken

In reply to Re: Non resizable window by kcott
in thread Non resizable window by Anonymous Monk

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