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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use Tk; use strict; my @Custom_Border = (); my @frames = (); my ($x, $y) = 0; my $flag = 0; my $mw = MainWindow->new(-background=>'#000000', -title=>"You Should Never See This."); $mw->overrideredirect(1); $frames[0] = $mw->Frame()->pack(-fill=>'both'); $frames[1] = $mw->Frame()->pack(-fill=>'both'); $frames[2] = $mw->Frame()->pack(-fill=>'both'); $Custom_Border[0] = $frames[0]->Label(-background=>'#FFFFFF', -borderwidth=>0, -text=>"Top")->pack(-side=>'top', -fill=>'both'); $Custom_Border[1] = $frames[1]->Label(-background=>'#FFFFFF', -borderwidth=>0, -text=>"Left")->pack(-side=>'left', -anchor=>'w', -fill=>'both'); $frames[3] = $frames[1]->Frame()->pack(-side=>'left',-fill=>'both'); $Custom_Border[2] = $frames[1]->Label(-background=>'#FFFFFF', -borderwidth=>0, -text=>"Right")->pack(-side=>'right', -anchor=>'e', -fill=>'both'); $Custom_Border[3] = $frames[2]->Label(-background=>'#FFFFFF', -borderwidth=>0, -text=>"Bottom")->pack(-side=>'bottom', -fill=>'both'); my $Q_Button = $frames[3]->Button(-text=>"Quit",-command=>sub {$mw->de +stroy();})->pack(); $Custom_Border[0]->bind('<Button-1>',sub {$flag = 1;}); $Custom_Border[0]->bind('<ButtonRelease-1>',sub {$flag = 0;}); $Custom_Border[0]->bind('<Motion>',sub { if ($flag) { ($x,$y) = $Custom_Border[0]->pointerxy; $mw->geometry("+".($x-5)."+".($y-5)); printf "Moving to %d,%d\n",$Custom_Border[0]->pointerxy; $mw->update; } }); MainLoop();

In reply to Make decoration-less windows in TK, and not lose functionality. by wombat

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