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So if the user scrolls horizontally to the "middle" of the day-of-week range, then scrolls vertically to the "middle" of the time-of-day range, both the day-of-week labels and time-of-week labels need to still be visible, right?

For that to work, I think you actually need three scrolling windows:

  • a "column headings" window that shows the day-of-week labels (has a height of one line), and only scrolls left-to-right;

  • a "row headings" window that shows the time-of-day labels (has a width of 5 characters: HH:MM), and only scrolls up-and-down;

  • the data grid table of 7 columns by however many rows (each cell is as big as you think necessary), and scrolls in all directions.

I don't have any specific coding examples handy, but I do remember that there's a way to set up callbacks on the scrollbars for a given scrolling window. The idea is that the scrollbars for the grid window will invoke call backs that will trigger an equivalent amount of scrolling in the x dimension on the column-heading window, as well as an equivalent amount of y-dimension scrolling on the row-heading window.

Shouldn't be too hard, once you find the right Tk man page (probably Tk::Scrollbar). Good luck with that.

(update: fixed the link and a spelling error, and wanted to add that you probably want to limit the number of visible scrollbars for all those scrolling windows -- display just one scrollbar for each direction -- and bear in mind that Tk lets the user to a "grab-and-drag" to scroll the grid window.)


In reply to Re: Perl/Tk scrolling question... by graff
in thread Perl/Tk scrolling question... by jdtoronto

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