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bhanu computer
 

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

Sean
 

Two values are written to pos. The values are tuple.
X and Y coordinates.
X horizontal, Y vertical.

But this approach is not a good approach for a blind programmer. Because items on the screen will overlap frequently.
The order of Pixels changes on each screen. For example 1320x720


I recommend setting the sizer system to Grid.
Sizer splits the screen like a table and places items like the columns of this table.

On 04/05/2020 19:44, bhanu computer wrote:
hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance
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Andy B.
 

Specifying locations of WX controls is completely feasible for a blind person. After all, this is why I am writing a getting’s started guide for Developer toolkit. It solves this very problem.

 

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From: Sean
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 1:59 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] wxpython

 

Two values are written to pos. The values are tuple.
X and Y coordinates.
X horizontal, Y vertical.

But this approach is not a good approach for a blind programmer. Because items on the screen will overlap frequently.
The order of Pixels changes on each screen. For example 1320x720


I recommend setting the sizer system to Grid.
Sizer splits the screen like a table and places items like the columns of this table.

On 04/05/2020 19:44, bhanu computer wrote:

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

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Sean

I’m student and programmer. I write often Python, sometimes Go and rare C++.
I can understand Turkish and English.

 

Sean
 

I don't think this is so.
The developers of wxPython often say that it is wrong to make adjustments with pos.

On 04/05/2020 21:01, Andy B. wrote:

Specifying locations of WX controls is completely feasible for a blind person. After all, this is why I am writing a getting’s started guide for Developer toolkit. It solves this very problem.

 

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From: Sean
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 1:59 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] wxpython

 

Two values are written to pos. The values are tuple.
X and Y coordinates.
X horizontal, Y vertical.

But this approach is not a good approach for a blind programmer. Because items on the screen will overlap frequently.
The order of Pixels changes on each screen. For example 1320x720


I recommend setting the sizer system to Grid.
Sizer splits the screen like a table and places items like the columns of this table.

On 04/05/2020 19:44, bhanu computer wrote:

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

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Sean

I’m student and programmer. I write often Python, sometimes Go and rare C++.
I can understand Turkish and English.

 

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Sean

I’m student and programmer. I write often Python, sometimes Go and rare C++.
I can understand Turkish and English.

 

Hi,

As much as we wish to help you, I think this question is best suited to a more programming oriented list. Sorry.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of bhanu computer
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 9:45 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] wxpython

 

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

Andy B.
 

I think its feasible for a blind person to precisely position controls in a window. On the other hand, if WX developers think using x/y coordinates to position a control is a bad UI design practice, then it applies to everyone, not just blind people.

 

 

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From: Sean
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 2:09 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] wxpython

 

I don't think this is so.
The developers of wxPython often say that it is wrong to make adjustments with pos.

On 04/05/2020 21:01, Andy B. wrote:

Specifying locations of WX controls is completely feasible for a blind person. After all, this is why I am writing a getting’s started guide for Developer toolkit. It solves this very problem.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Sean
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 1:59 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] wxpython

 

Two values are written to pos. The values are tuple.
X and Y coordinates.
X horizontal, Y vertical.

But this approach is not a good approach for a blind programmer. Because items on the screen will overlap frequently.
The order of Pixels changes on each screen. For example 1320x720


I recommend setting the sizer system to Grid.
Sizer splits the screen like a table and places items like the columns of this table.

On 04/05/2020 19:44, bhanu computer wrote:

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

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Sean

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I can understand Turkish and English.

 

Tyler Spivey
 

On 5/4/2020 11:09 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:

Hi,

As much as we wish to help you, I think this question is best suited to a more programming oriented list. Sorry.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of bhanu computer
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 9:45 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] wxpython

 

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

 

Hi,

Based on source codes of add-ons I have, many use sizers for this purpose- not many specify coordinates except for cases it is justified such as a list view.

It is perfectly possible for people to use coordinates to position controls, but it runs into multiple issues, chiefly label length, font, translations, high DPI and many variations.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Sean
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 10:59 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] wxpython

 

Two values are written to pos. The values are tuple.
X and Y coordinates.
X horizontal, Y vertical.

But this approach is not a good approach for a blind programmer. Because items on the screen will overlap frequently.
The order of Pixels changes on each screen. For example 1320x720


I recommend setting the sizer system to Grid.
Sizer splits the screen like a table and places items like the columns of this table.

On 04/05/2020 19:44, bhanu computer wrote:

hi all, i want to position my wxpython controlls to top botm ubut i dont know which int sets which position. for example wx.Button(pos=) where i left empty after equals i dont know what to fill here. i mean i dont know which value puts in which position. please tell me which value put the controll in which position. thanks in advance

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Sean

I’m student and programmer. I write often Python, sometimes Go and rare C++.
I can understand Turkish and English.

bhanu computer
 

but freinds i used audio theems addon in 3d mode. i accessed some NVDA dialogs and they are positioned. but my wx app is positioned only on the left. can you say what position you used? for example when chages are made to the addons the restart dialog box have buttons slitely to the right if i remember exactly.

 

I had hoped this topic had died a natural death, but apparently not.  It is not on topic for the NVDA Group.  Mr. Spivey gave an excellent resource,  https://www.freelists.org/list/program-l, where this sort of programming question could be asked.  It does not meet the criteria stated in the welcome message, monthly reminder, or the group description:  "The central purpose of this group is discussing how to use NVDA, either configuring NVDA's settings or familiarizing oneself with its modes and commands.  Discussions about which programs are accessible using NVDA, NVDA add-ons, NVDA tutorials and documentation, and configuring synthesizers or Braille displays for use with NVDA are also permitted."

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