How can I control the position of text in a label?
You can also use the Tkinter canvas as a label...
''' tk_canvas_create_text1.py show text at a given x, y location on a Tkinter canvas ''' try: # Python2 import Tkinter as tk except ImportError: # Python3 import tkinter as tk root = tk.Tk() root.title('Tkinter canvas text') canvas = tk.Canvas(root, height=200, width=200, bg="yellow") canvas.pack() # select x, y cordinates for ulc start of text x = 15 y = 20 sa = "Hello at x=%d, y+%d" % (x, y) text_a = canvas.create_text(x, y, anchor='nw', text=sa) x = 45 y = 80 sb = "Hello at x=%d, y+%d" % (x, y) text_b = canvas.create_text(x, y, anchor='nw', text=sb) root.mainloop()
Another way, but you can use it only one time:
# allows Python27 to use Python3 print options from __future__ import print_function def text_xy(text, x, y): '''print the text at location x, y''' xx = " " * x yy = '\n' * y print(yy, end="") print(xx, end="") print(text) text = 'Hello' x = 20 y = 10 text_xy(text, x, y)