Various lengths, widths, and other dimensions of widgets can be described in many different units.
- If you set a dimension to an integer, it is assumed to be in pixels.
- You can specify units by setting a dimension to a string containing a number followed by.
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Printer's points (about 1/72")
Tkinter expresses a length as an integer number of pixels. Here is the list of common length options -
- borderwidth - Width of the border which gives a three-dimensional look to the widget.
- highlightthickness - Width of the highlight rectangle when the widget has focus.
- padX padY - Extra space the widget requests from its layout manager beyond the minimum the widget needs to display its contents in the x and y directions.
- selectborderwidth - Width of the three-dimentional border around selected items of the widget.
- wraplength - Maximum line length for widgets that perform word wrapping.
- height - Desired height of the widget; must be greater than or equal to 1.
- underline - Index of the character to underline in the widget's text (0 is the first character, 1 is the second one, and so on).
- width - Desired width of the widget.
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