Panda3D add-on for Kivy integration.
A Panda3D add-on for Kivy integration.
The aim is to make the integration of Kivy apps into a Panda3D application almost transparent. Potential uses include creating on-screen GUI, or even RTT 3D UI's.
panda3d_kivy.app.App - make sure you do this before importing
any Kivy-related stuff:
from panda3d_kivy.app import App
Then, as usual in Kivy, create a subclass of this App, and use build() or the KV autoloading system to populate your widget tree:
from kivy.uix.button import Button class Example(App): def build(self): return Button(text='Hello, world!')
You can then instantiate and run this app inside the
__init__ of your Panda
ShowBase, after running
ShowBase.__init__(self). You may want to create a
display region for your kivy app, sized according to your needs, otherwise
panda3d_kivy will automatically create one for you that will occupy the
entire window. You must then pass your ShowBase as argument to the Kivy app
instantiation, as well as your display region if applicable, and finally call
app.run() as you normally would:
from direct.showbase.ShowBase import ShowBase class PandaApp(ShowBase): def __init__(self): ShowBase.__init__(self) self.kivy_app = kivy_app = Example(self) kivy_app.run() # The rest of your ShowBase code here
Voilà! You should have a working Kivy UI in your Panda application. Have fun!
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