[PD] [annouce]Xgui (vtcl)

Andre Schmidt andre at vju.info
Tue Apr 30 22:26:07 CEST 2002

yep, i got that tcl/tk installed too, looks VERY interesting... (and simple)
i used specTcl for gui design... (capable for code 2)
i got vctl too but havent tested it yet... (i just wanted to do a GUI and
specTcl is VERY easy on that)

i used notepad to edit pd.tk (to test my new font)

yep, i'm gonna learn this tcl/tk too, with my moderate pascal&lingo
knowledge it shouldn be so hard...


----- Original Message -----
From: "s/i" <iko at prac.net>
To: <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 9:01 PM
Subject: Re: [PD] [annouce]Xgui (vtcl)

> > as i'm VERY interested on the GUI of PD but don't have so much knowledge
> in
> > coding... i  would be very interested on helping on the GFX side of
> view....
> Hello there :)
> Good idea Andre,..
> I'm not a coder myself but got interested,..so went researching,..
> What i've found so far is that the gui is made in tcl/tk..
> After discovering that, thanks to this list :)
> Went out on the web, there is so much out there regarding tcl and tk.
> Found also a little tcl/tk application  vtcl, see my previous post for dl
> link.
> Vtcl is quiet handy, you cant edited  the pd.tk or u_main.tk file in it,
> but you can use it to produce example code.
> So far i'm able to change the canvas bg color, menu
> items(language,font,colors etc)
> Still some stuff i havent found like,..the boxes, and cords,..they must be
> in there,,..or not..?:)
> Have a look in your bin folder for pd.tk and n your src folder for
> Anyway this way of working for a newbie is really great as you can change
> things without compiling
> you just edit those tk files in an editor and save ,...that's it.
> It's a great way to make gui's,..love it:)
> Let me know how it goes Andre,..and if anyone out there has interestng
> or comments
> or want to correct my dabling please, please do so..Merci :)
> ok...back to thinkering with the gui :)(hello ben:)
> i

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