|Title:||Use platform placeholder text colors as defaults|
|Submitter:||chrstphrchvz||Created on:||2020-07-14 10:23:30|
|Subsystem:||07. [entry]||Assigned To:||fvogel|
|Status:||Closed||Last Modified:||2020-08-24 13:06:38|
|Closed on:||2020-08-24 13:06:38|
TIP #496 ([11fcd2c708]) added support for placeholder text in Entry widgets. The default
fvogel added on 2020-08-24 13:06:38:
Merged into trunk.
fvogel added on 2020-08-15 07:45:59:
A few further commits later (to make use of the updated mac color files - thanks Marc!, and to update the documentation), I believe this rfe branch is ready to be merged into trunk.
I will proceed soon, unless new comments gets submitted.
fvogel added on 2020-07-14 21:54:07:
Now done (both the revert and the ttk widgets adaptation). Please see the rfe branch. Comments? Thanks!
fvogel added on 2020-07-14 21:13:49:
Indeed. I have reworked this, see the rfe branch. I have updated the documentation as well.
I tried to use the same color name on Windows as on macOS. This led to name this color
There is still the ttk::entry widget to deal with.
chrstphrchvz added on 2020-07-14 17:11:57:
Sorry for the confusion: I had referred to the system colors as named by platforms' APIs; they need to first be defined in tkWinColor.c, tkMacOSXColor.c, etc., before they're ready to be used in tkWinDefault.h, tkMacOSXDefault.h, etc.
So on Aqua, the color would likely be named
I also do not currently know if there is a better alternative for X11.
fvogel added on 2020-07-14 16:34:10:
Thanks for making this observation. I have committed the change you suggest in [5fc386f85b].
A few remarks/questions: