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Id: 2625
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Severity: Unimportant
Broken in: 800.024
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Subject: Toplevel remains resizable if Tk::Menu is used
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Distribution: Activestate perl 5.6.1 for MSWin32-x86-multi-thread Tk version: 800.023 OS: MS Windows XP Calling resizable(0,1) or (1,0) is ineffective if a main menu is created. But resizable(0,0) seems to always work regardless of the menu's existence. I need my toplevel to be resizable only in the x dimension. I've tried a number of things to make the window manager respect the resizable call including withdrawing the toplevel, updating it, iconifying and deiconifying it (which I think is the same thing as a withdraw followed by a deiconify). In all cases, the resizable call is ignored except when both arguments are false. Here's code that demonstrates the ineffectiveness of resizable. use Tk; my $mw = MainWindow->new(-title=>'test resizable method'); my $m = $mw->Menu; $m->command(-label=>"File", -command=>sub{print "File\n"}); $mw->configure(-menu=>$m); $mw->resizable(1, 0); MainLoop; Here's code that works: use Tk; my $mw = MainWindow->new(-title=>'test resizable method'); my $m = $mw->Menu; $m->command(-label=>"File", -command=>sub{print "File\n"}); #$mw->configure(-menu=>$m); $mw->resizable(1, 0); MainLoop; This, of course, also works: use Tk; my $mw = MainWindow->new(-title=>'test resizable method'); $mw->resizable(1, 0); MainLoop; And as I said above, resizable(0,0) always works.


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