[PD] Pd interface, py/pyext and tkinter

Vincent Rioux vincent.rioux at no-log.org
Fri Mar 26 13:26:37 CET 2004

Hi Adrian,

I might be slightly out of context here but if by chance you know Python 
and its de-facto gui (Tkinter)
you can use the py/pyext module by Thomas Grill, netsend/netreceive for a 
very simple python/Pd communication
and build an interface for your patches in a more user-friendly way.

If you don't know Python, even if it is a very simple yet powerful 
programming language, it might take a little while before you get a good 
result though.
(but I would encourage you to give it a try, at least for your future projects)


At 13:24 26/03/2004, Adrian deCleir wrote:
>hi ive been at pd for a small while now but Ive never looked at the
>interface side of things, I have a project for and my programme is nearly
>done, only problem is it looks horrible for a non pd user,
>Does anyone where I can start looking at how to apply a good interface,as in
>what objects to start lookinga at?(not graphics like gem)
>Im talking about just applying colours or making a message box look at bit
>better?nothing extreme
>cheers for any help
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