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From: fredrik at pythonware.com (Fredrik Lundh)
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 1999 13:24:11 GMT
Subject: 1.5.2 install problems on NT
References: <3714D8FF.634655C5@ina.fr>
Message-ID: <002201be8743$4414b940$f29b12c2@pythonware.com>
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Richard GRUET wrote:
> Tcl problems:
> ---------------
> shared by many ! see Hoon Yoon for instance... wish80;exe works (hence I
> conclude that tcl is installed properly) but IDLE or Tkdb don't, with
> insults like:
> C:/PROGRA~1/PYTHON/TCL/lib/tk8.0/tk.tcl: bad event type
> bad event type or keysym "MouseWheel"
> while executing
> "bind Listbox <MouseWheel> {
> %W yview scroll [expr - (%D / 120) * 4] units
> }"
> (file "C:/PROGRA~1/PYTHON/TCL/lib/tk8.0/listbox.tcl
> invoked from within
> "source [file join $tk_library listbox.tcl]"
> (file "C:/PROGRA~1/PYTHON/TCL/lib/tk8.0/tk.tcl" lin
> invoked from within
> "source C:/PROGRA~1/PYTHON/TCL/lib/tk8.0/tk.tcl"
> ("uplevel" body line 1)
> invoked from within
> "uplevel #0 [list source $tkfile]"
>
> This probably means that Tk wasn't installed properly.
It means that you have several conflicting versions of Tk
installed on your machine (or rather, that Python is picking
up a version of tk80.dll that is older than the library files).
Most likely, you'll find the offender in the system directory.
See the thread "Tkinter, bad event type" for more info.
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