I have made a GUI using wxPython. I want to disable the Maximize button, but I am not able to do it. Please suggest a way to implement this.
You bind an event to intercept the maximize event and call an event.veto()
The wx.Frame default style is wx.DEFAULT_FRAME_STYLE and is normally defined as:
so remove wx.MAXIMIZE_BOX to disable it ...
# a wxFrame with the max button/box disabled import wx class MyFrame(wx.Frame): def __init__(self, parent, mytitle, mysize): wx.Frame.__init__(self, parent, wx.ID_ANY, mytitle, size=mysize, style=wx.MINIMIZE_BOX|wx.RESIZE_BORDER|wx.SYSTEM_MENU| wx.CAPTION|wx.CLOSE_BOX|wx.CLIP_CHILDREN) app = wx.App(0) # create a MyFrame instance and show the frame MyFrame(None, 'Max box disabled', (400, 300)).Show() app.MainLoop()
Thanx a lot!!! It worked..
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