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For those of you that are familiar with wx...

I'm just dipping my toe into the world of wxPython and I've been trying to put together a very simple Wizard app. Right now I have code that is working properly, but I'd like to know how I can change the color of the wizard and where I could find documentation that would tell me the options that I have here.

Here is the code that I have right now. Doesn't do anything, but it works.

import wx
import wx.wizard as wiz

class WizardPage(wx.wizard.WizardPageSimple):
    def __init__(self, parent):
        wiz.WizardPageSimple.__init__(self, parent)
        self.sizer = wx.BoxSizer(wx.VERTICAL)
        self.SetSizer(self.sizer)
        TitleBar = wx.StaticText(self, -1, 'Giant Banner of Words')
        TitleBar.SetFont(wx.Font(36, wx.SWISS, wx.BOLD, wx.NORMAL))
        self.sizer.Add(TitleBar, 0, wx.ALIGN_LEFT, 5)
        self.sizer.Add(wx.StaticLine(self, -1), 0, wx.EXPAND, 5)

app = wx.PySimpleApp()
MyWizard = wiz.Wizard(None, -1, "Working on the wizard")

page1 = WizardPage(MyWizard)
page2 = WizardPage(MyWizard)
page3 = WizardPage(MyWizard)

wiz.WizardPageSimple_Chain(page1, page2)
wiz.WizardPageSimple_Chain(page2, page3)
MyWizard.FitToPage(page1)

MyWizard.RunWizard(page1)
MyWizard.Destroy()

So how can I change the color of the wizard to black for example? And how can I change the font of the StaticText widget? And where the heck can I find human-readable documentation on the options that are available for something like StaticText?

Thanks for your help.

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Last Post by mn_kthompson
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why don't you ckeck the book "WxPython in Action"?

OK, I'll see if they have it in my library or if it is very expensive at the book store. I was just hoping I could find the answer without paying for it.

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