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Tablelist_tile highlightthickness


Reading the Tablelist documents, I see this warning:

"The -highlightbackground, -highlightcolor, and -highlightthickness
options are only supported by the Tablelist package, but not by
Tablelist_tile. "

Indeed this is true. I've had some complaints about the appearance of my
tablelist_tile displays on OS X, see the link below:

http://www.codebykevin.com/portauthority-running.png

The black border around the tables doesn't fit in with standard Mac
widgets, and I can't configure the color as a workaround to a point
where it's Close Enough. Is there any way to enable the standard
highlight options?
--
Kevin Walzer
Code by Kevin
http://www.codebykevin.com

On 28 Mai, 05:23, Kevin Walzer <k@codebykevin.com> wrote:

> Reading the Tablelist documents, I see this warning:

> "The -highlightbackground, -highlightcolor, and -highlightthickness
> options are only supported by the Tablelist package, but not by
> Tablelist_tile. "

This is because tile (or ttk since 8.5a6) has dropped some options
from direct access through the widget command.  Nevertheless you can
change most (or all?) of the visual options by changing the style like
so
  style configure TLabelframe -padding 8

Don't know exactly what tablelist uses for the outer widget so you
have to find out and change the appropriate style option for this.

Hope this helps a bit
Uwe

P.S. If you have provided a minimal example with code, I could have
been able to test, but without I have to guess ...

OK, so this is because of the way Tile defines its styles. As a result,
getting the right look in Tablelist_tile probably requires a lot of
low-level hacking of both Tile style options and perhaps Tablelist
itself--and, of course, the entire purpose of Tile is to remove some of
this configurability in favor of platform-specific theming. I understand.

--
Kevin Walzer
Code by Kevin
http://www.codebykevin.com

Kevin Walzer schrieb:

> Reading the Tablelist documents, I see this warning:

> "The -highlightbackground, -highlightcolor, and -highlightthickness
> options are only supported by the Tablelist package, but not by
> Tablelist_tile. "

> Indeed this is true. I've had some complaints about the appearance of my
> tablelist_tile displays on OS X, see the link below:

> http://www.codebykevin.com/portauthority-running.png

> The black border around the tables doesn't fit in with standard Mac
> widgets, and I can't configure the color as a workaround to a point
> where it's Close Enough. Is there any way to enable the standard
> highlight options?

Sorry for not having been able to respond earlier (I have been out of
town for over two weeks).

That black border around the tables is caused by the OS X-specific
default value "solid" of the "-relief" configuration option.  You can
replace it with another value (and also change the value of the
"-borderwidth" option if you want).  For example, you can use

     -relief flat -borderwidth 0

which will eliminate the border.  Actually, (on OS X) it is better to
use a borderless table and embed it, along with its scrollbar(s), into a
Tk or tile frame with border and highlight-border.  Unfortunately, there
is no configuration option for Tk or tile frames (and other widgets)
providing the typical OS X-specific highlight-border (as known from the
Tk and tile entry widgets).

--
Csaba Nemethi   http://www.nemethi.de   mailto:csaba.neme@t-online.de

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