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According to Activestate there is no Windows package for Tk::ImageButton for Perl versions > 5.10. But all is not lost - see the following

So, save and ImageButton.pod to your C:\Perl\site\lib\Tk (or C:\Perl64 if you're running 64-bit) and you'll be good to go.

update: A quick test to make sure the above works:

use strict; use warnings; use Tk; use Tk::ImageButton; my $mw = MainWindow->new; my $someimage = $mw->Photo(-format => 'bmp', -file => 'C:/WINDOWS/Zapo +tec.bmp'); my $otherimage = $mw->Photo(-format => 'bmp', -file => 'C:/WINDOWS/Gre +enstone.bmp'); my $ib = $mw->ImageButton( -imagedisplay => $someimage, -imageclick => $otherimage, -command => [ sub { print "It works"; } ], )->pack; MainLoop;

In reply to Re: How to install Tk-ImageButton module in perl 5.12 using ppm by keszler
in thread How to install Tk-ImageButton module in perl 5.12 using ppm by vichu001

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