|ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||Infinity77||3/5/12 1:00 PM|
it's been a while since my last announcement, so I thought I'd
NOTE: ShortcutEditor requires AGW 0.9.3 or the latest SVN, due to the
ShortcutEditor is a widget that allows the user to customize and change keyboard
The interface itself is very much inpired by the GIMP shortcut editor:
There are very few minor UI differences between ShortcutEditor and the GIMP one,
* Shortcuts are listed in a tree-like structure, pretty much reflecting a menu
The docstrings should explain relatively well how to use it, and I am
Source code: the wxPython SVN repository (please remember to update
Please let me know if you encounter any issue, although patches are
"Imagination Is The Only Weapon In The War Against Reality."
>>> import PyQt4.QtGui
|Re: [wxPython-users] ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||Frank Niessink||3/18/12 1:16 PM|
2012/3/5 Andrea Gavana <andrea...@gmail.com>:
That's great! I will surely look into making good use of this widget
|Re: ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||Mike Driscoll||6/21/12 7:57 AM|
I realize this post is old, but I was working on a short article about this widget and noticed that the example application in the source didn't work. You have
wx.Frame.__init(self, parent, -1, "ShortcutEditor Demo")
wx.Frame.__init__(self, parent, -1, "ShortcutEditor Demo")
in the "usage example" portion. I'll be posting my little blurb later this week. Thanks for the cool new tool, Andrea!
|Re: [wxPython-users] Re: ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||Infinity77||6/21/12 10:59 AM|
Thanks Mike, it should be fixed now in SVN.
|Re: ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||Steven Sproat||11/24/12 5:56 PM|
Excuse the late reply to this announcement, but I've just installed wx 2.9.4 and am playing about, getting this into my program. This is fantastic bit of work here Andrea, but minimal code to consume its service! Brilliant.
I'm going to look into saving the state of the user's choice so the app can restore it on startup.
|Re: [wxPython-users] Re: ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||werner||11/24/12 11:46 PM|
I assume you are aware of Andrea's "persist" module, I haven't used the
ShortcutEditor so don't know if persist is saving/restoring the actual data.
I use "persist" in my latest version of my stuff, but "data" type
entries are stored in a database in my case, so don't use "persist" for
that at all.
|Re: [wxPython-users] Re: ANN: ShortcutEditor for wxPython :-D||Steven Sproat||11/25/12 8:08 AM|
Yes I'm aware of the persistent controls - I was looking at the demo
last night. Seems fun but I may need to do some custom things, e.g. only
save what's changed.
I thought of another enhancement - if you open the editor and change
some keys and save them, then re-open the dialog, the "restore defaults"
button will restore your previously saved settings. I'd expect it to
restore the application defaults. Not sure what's the right approach
there and doing it my way would be much harder.
Steven Sproat, BSc