RE: How to create/render a relatively usable/accessible GUI in python?


You probably need  to add that external library to your setup.py for py2exe

Ken

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Subject: Re: How to create/render a relatively usable/accessible GUI in python?

Ok, am already checking out wxPython, but already picked up an issue that I
had previously thought was linked to making use of another external
library/module, where if I try to build a test app into a windows
executable, it again tells me it can't find the MSVCP90.dll file, although
that compilation process doesn't pick up that issue when compiling
something like my mapData IF engine thingy, so it seems more like it's
specifically an error related to making use of external libraries/modules
of some type, or else it's an issue specific to this machine, so will have
to try find a way to test/try it out on another machine that runs a similar
operating system configuration, or something, to see if maybe need to
reinstall/clean-up this machine, etc.

Thanks

Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
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On Thu, 25 Aug 2011 10:01:56 -0400, Alex Hall <mehgcap@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> TKinter isn't accessible, at least not on Windows. I would use
> WXPython (www.wxpython.org). On Windows, Jamal's LBC module is
> incredible (www.empowermentzone.com/pylbc.zip) but I'm not sure if it
> is cross-platform. I seem to remember it relying on win32 libraries,
> so maybe not. Still, the concepts should get you started.
> 
> On 8/25/11, Jacob Kruger <jacobk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Ok, am quite happy/comfortable with the command line interface have been
>> making use of in python, and do also have quite a bit of GUI/interface
>> specific information with regard to symbian python, but also just
>> wondering
>> if anyone has ideas of how to render something like a simple button,
>> textbox, listbox, etc. interface in python that will work across
>> platforms?
>>
>> For example, while it seems like Tkinter is the primarily used module
for
>> rendering GUI's, I have now started going through introductory tutorial
>> material, and thus far, things like buttons etc. don't get recognised by
>> jaws or NVDA as such - unless that's because haven't gotten to the point
>> where they really get 'tweaked' too much as of yet, but, still, since
>> don't
>> want to carry on trying too much with this if I won't be able to
actually
>> make use of this aspect of interface implementation/development?
>>
>> TIA
>>
>> Jacob Kruger
>> Blind Biker
>> Skype: BlindZA
>> '...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'
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