I'm writing a small application that gets some data from the user and launches a second application related to what process the user is working on. So, sometimes the user needs to choose from different versions of the same aplication. I decided that after the Ok button is pressed in main window, the application searches in some folders and open a second window with the different versions avaliable to that application. My problem is that when I launch the second window with the options my main application continues to run with default options. I press the buttons in the second window and nothing happens.
versionDialog is the class that is called to raise the second window.
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is a solved Python discussion thread by chris99 that has 11 replies, was last updated 1 year ago and has been tagged with the keywords: extra, tkinter, window.
your command for that button is going to cause issues, I've noticed whenever you have command=method_or_function(parameter) it immediately attempts to run that command, I've side stepped this by creating methods that know to grab that parameter.I'm not completely sure about the rest of the issue, I'd need to see more of the code. Here's an example of what I was talking about though: