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G'day koosdenhouting,

Welcome to the Monastery.

As already pointed out by QuillMeantTen, your post is exceptionally difficult to read. Please see "Writeup Formatting Tips" for ways to improve it; and "How do I change/delete my post?" for implementing those improvements.

As far as I can tell, and I won't be at all surprised if I'm way off the mark, you want to write Tk code that creates GUIs which look like the five images (slaven1.gif through slaven5.gif). As you've provided no links to those images, we've got no idea what these images are: see "What shortcuts can I use for linking to other information?".

Once you've improved the readability of your post, consider the content: "How do I post a question effectively?" can help with this. Also remove all email addresses, telephone numbers and similar personal contact information: "Don't Give Us Your Email Address" has more about this.

Here's a couple of pointers which may be of immediate help to you:

  • Links to documentation for the Tk widgets can be found on the "Tk distro page".
  • The widget demo (just run widget from the command line) has many Tk scripts which you can run and interact with. The code for these scripts is just a click away (via the [See Code] button).

— Ken

In reply to Re: thumbs in perl by kcott
in thread thumbs in perl by koosdenhouting

Use:  <p> text here (a paragraph) </p>
and:  <code> code here </code>
to format your post; it's "PerlMonks-approved HTML":

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