I'm puzzled by how one positions in Tkinter. Take a look at the following code:
print "...................................Hello, world!"
This works fine in the Main Idle but when it comes to Tkinter I'm confused:confused: . The game I'm working on has about 30 "clues" dotted all about the screen. About four fifths of the "clues" are situated in one place and stay there. The other four or five "clues" change position on the right side of the screen as one scrolls down frame after frame with each frame divided by a line. The problem I'm having is that the Tkinter documentation is not to clear on how to position these 30
"clues":icon_cry: . Do I use "grid" or "place" or "pack" or do I use so many pixels to the left or right :confused:.
I'm still sticking by Tkinter come hell or high water:S I just hope someone can post me some code on how to achieve this type or a similar type of positioning...:)
One more thing, is it just my eyes or are the new smilies blurry:?:. If they really are blurry then they should call them not smilies but blurries!!!
Thanks for helping,