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Bill Waddington <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 11:53AM -0700

Hey again,
 
First, is there an Androwish newsgroup? My newsreader (and I) can't
find it if it's out there.
 
Second, I show up here every 5 or 10 years and scribble up some tcl/tk ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 10 12:45PM -0700

Bill,
 
a q'n'd workaround could be to add the line
 
event generate .kq.guessbutton$buttonindex <Leave>
 
right after where the button's background color is changed in order to force a mouse ...more
Roderick <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 07:40PM

On Wed, 10 Oct 2018, Bill Waddington wrote:
 
> On my Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro, any button press turns a button white,
> and it stays that way until some other button is pressed. This ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 07:50PM


> I do see something perhaps related on Ubuntu. A button turns white
> on mouse-over - whether clicked or not - and shows the expected color
> when the mouse moves away. This isn't particularly ...more
Bill Waddington <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 12:58PM -0700

On Wed, 10 Oct 2018 12:45:19 -0700 (PDT), [hidden email] wrote:
 
Hi Christian,
 
I'll try the q'n'd and consider entering a ticket. "Ticket" sounds
serious. Is it appropriate for asking ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 08:16PM

> The problem I have is different: a lot of Kanjis are not represented
> by font.
 
This may not be Tcl related, but rather may be that your font file
simply does not have glyphs for those ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 10 01:24PM -0700

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 11:53:10 AM UTC-7, Bill Waddington wrote:
 
> On my Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro, any button press turns a button white,
> and it stays that way until some other button is ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Oct 09 04:39PM -0500

On 10/09/2018 08:19 AM, Georgios Petasis wrote:
> tdbc::mysql :-(
 
> Everybody seems to have moved (or be moving) to MariaDB, which
> tdbc::mysql has no support for.
 
I happen to use neither, ...more
Georgios Petasis <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 10:14AM +0300

Στις 10/10/2018 00:39, ο Gerald Lester έγραψε:
>> tdbc::mysql has no support for.
 
> I happen to use neither, have you thought about creating a MariaDB TDBC
> "driver" and submitting ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 10 11:23AM -0700

have been using tclodbc with mysql from v5 to v8 (tcl 8.4 to present)...with the corresponding drivers from oracle. Absolutely no issues and response times consistent with my needs. In addition, ...more
Mike Griffiths <[hidden email]>: Oct 09 02:37PM -0700

On Tuesday, 9 October 2018 15:12:45 UTC+1, Ralf Fassel wrote:
 
> (Tcl/Tk 8.5.19 if it matters).
 
> TNX
> R'
 
Having lots of different tags is something that can slow a text widget down quite ...more
Ralf Fassel <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 11:27AM +0200

* Mike Griffiths <[hidden email]>
| On Tuesday, 9 October 2018 15:12:45 UTC+1, Ralf Fassel wrote:
| > I'd like to mark text in text(n) widgets with tags, so that if I click ...more
Roderick <[hidden email]>: Oct 09 08:26PM

Hallo!
 
It is completely new to me that windows names cannot begin with
upper-case letters.
 
Are there more restrictions?
 
Thanks
Rodrigo
...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Oct 09 04:41PM -0500

On 10/09/2018 03:26 PM, Roderick wrote:
 
> It is completely new to me that windows names cannot begin with
> upper-case letters.
 
> Are there more restrictions?
 
They are a tree hierarchy ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 09 10:15PM -0700

Am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2018 23:41:30 UTC+2 schrieb Gerald Lester:
 
> > It is completely new to me that windows names cannot begin with
> > upper-case letters.
 
> > Are there more restrictions? ...more
Roderick <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 07:45AM

Thanks for both answers!
 
> The can't begin with an upper case is a X windows legacy.
 
I am taking the windows names from a database whose content should
be as general as possible. ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 10 12:58AM -0700

How about using generic names with a counter and then save the mapping between your DB-item and the widget-name in a dict, like
 
set entryName [entry .e[incr entryCount]]
set entryDict $entryName ...more
Roderick <[hidden email]>: Oct 10 08:57AM


> How about using generic names with a counter [...]
 
Yes, numbering is the simplest injective function! :)
 
Thanks
Rodrigo
...more
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