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Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Dec 16 07:54PM +0100

At the moment I have a Bash script in which I use:
play --no-show-progress -n synth .25 vol .1
 
to give a notification sound.
 
I am thinking about rewriting the script into a TCL script. The ...more
Robert Heller <[hidden email]>: Dec 16 01:43PM -0600

> command I use is an external command, but I was wondering if I could
> make the script OS independent. But until now I did not find
> something. Is there a way to do this, or not?
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[hidden email]: Dec 15 01:32PM -0800

Please can someone explains what is the utility of lower and raise in geometry management because pack and grid do everything and the exemple given by tk's documentation makes things more obscure
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Luis Alejandro Muzzachiodi <[hidden email]>: Dec 15 02:06PM -0800

Lower and raise are commands to change the staking order of windows.
Pack and grid are geometry managers (as well as pack and place).
What is the example you mentioned ?
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[hidden email]: Dec 15 02:37PM -0800

The exemple in raise command's documentation.
So the problem is I don't the difference between "stacking order" and "geometry management",I am sorry if I ask you an explanation about those two ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Dec 15 05:12PM -0600

> The exemple in raise command's documentation.
> So the problem is I don't the difference between "stacking order" and "geometry management",I am sorry if I ask you an explanation about those two ...more
[hidden email]: Dec 16 04:02AM -0800

from your explanation:
 
1)"stacking order": is like stack and queue for data's collection.
 
2)in comparison with "HTML" and "CSS":
-packing order: is like packing HTML's elements without any ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Dec 16 03:59PM

> from your explanation:
 
> 1)"stacking order": is like stack and queue for data's collection.
 
Similar to "stack" - nothing like queue.
 
Think of a set of old-style transparency sheets for an ...more
[hidden email]: Dec 16 11:39AM -0800

Thank you so much I am very grateful for your explanation, in summary those two options are equivelant to CSS "Z-index" property. my last question is: when you change the parent of a widget with ...more
Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Dec 16 08:21PM +0100

I am writing some functions I think could be useful. One is getting
the name of the current proc:
proc getProcName {} {
set currentProc [info level 0]
set callingProc [info ...more
sadsa <[hidden email]>: Dec 16 11:01AM -0800

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[hidden email]: Dec 15 01:12PM -0800

Hello,
 
I am automating the transfer of a public ssh key to several hosts using expect. If the key is not in the remote authorized_keys file the following snippet works fine:
 
spawn ssh-copy-id ...more
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