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Easy way to make documents with gui (tkinter)

Project description

PyDocument

Easy way to make a document with gui (tkinter)

Installing

Here is a simple way to install:

pip install pydocument

Here is a simple way to upgrade the package to the newest version:

pip install pydocument --upgrade

Example

from pydocument import Document, ARIALBOLD

document = Document(1000, 900, "Hello World")

document.add_text("Hello World", ARIALBOLD)
document.add_space()  # document.add_newline() also works

document.add_text("""
Hello world.. With PyDocument here, we can make such great documents..
PyDocument is so simple, and so small.. It's really easy to make documents
using PyDocument. It's really fun as well!
""")

document.start()

Documentation

  • Classes
    • Document

Document

Object

Creates new Document object

Note: All arguments are optional, so for example, the width will always be 200 unless you change it.

Parameters

  • width (Integer) = 200
  • height (Integer) = 200
  • title (String) = "pydocument"
  • bg (String) = "white"

Returns

  • Object

Example

Document(500, 500, "Hello Title", "gray")

Example on changing specific argument

Document(height=500, bg="gray")

Properties

  • app (Tkinter) - The document / window you created.
  • width (Integer) - The current width of the document / window.
  • height (Integer) - The current height of the document / window.
  • bg (String) - The background color of the document / window.

Methods

  • start
  • set_title
  • disable_maximize
  • enable_maximize
  • change_width
  • change_height
  • change_size
  • add_text
  • add_arial_text
  • add_arial_bold_text
  • add_space / add_newline

start

Starts the application / document (mainloop of tkinter)

Parameters

None

Returns

None

Example

.start()

set_title

Sets the title of the application / document

Parameters

  • title (String)

Returns

None

Example

.set_title("Hello Title")

disable_maximize

Disables the user from maximizing the window

Parameters

None

Returns

None

Example

.disable_maximize()

enable_maximize

Enables the user from maximizing the window

Parameters

None

Returns

None

Example

.enable_maximize()

change_width

Changes the width of the window

Parameters

  • width (Integer)

Returns

None

Example

.change_width(500)

change_height

Changes the height of the window

Parameters

  • height (Integer)

Returns

None

Example

.change_height(500)

change_size

Changes the size of the window

Parameters

  • width (Integer)
  • height (Integer)

Returns

None

Example

.change_size(500, 500)

add_text

Adds text to the application / document

Note: Arguments 'font', 'font_size', and 'bg' are optional

Parameters

  • text (String)
  • font (String) = "Arial"
  • font_size (Integer) = 20
  • bg (String) = None

Returns

None

Example

.add_text("Hello Text", "Arial Bold", 25, "gray")

Example on changing specific argument

.add_text("Hello Text", font_size=15)

add_arial_text

Adds arial font text to the application / document

Note: Arguments 'font_size' and 'bg' are optional

Parameters

  • text (String)
  • font_size (Integer) = 20
  • bg (String) = None

Returns

None

Example

.add_arial_text("Hello Text", 25, "gray")

Example on changing specific argument

.add_arial_text("Hello Text", bg="gray")

add_arial_bold_text

Adds arial bold font text to the application / document

Note: Arguments 'font_size' and 'bg' are optional

Parameters

  • text (String)
  • font_size (Integer) = 20
  • bg (String) = None

Returns

None

Example

.add_arial_bold_text("Hello Text", 25, "gray")

Example on changing specific argument

.add_arial_bold_text("Hello Text", bg="gray")

add_space

Adds a space to the application / document

Note: Arguments 'spaces' and 'bg' are optional

Parameters

  • spaces (Integer) = 1
  • bg (String) = None

Returns

None

Example

.add_space(3, "gray")

Example on changing specific argument

.add_space(bg="gray")

add_newline

Same thing as add_space.

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