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tk_choosecolor returns the chosen color only when the sliders are moved.

tk_choosecolor returns the chosen color only when the sliders are moved.

tk_choosecolor returns the chosen color only when the sliders are moved.

(OP)
hello,

with tk_choosecolor dialog box i can only get the chosen color updated on the right hand side solid square , only by using the sliders. if i just edit the RGB values by typing in the values , the solid square is not updated with the the chosen color, this happens only in linux . In windows i can edit the individual rgb values by typing in the numbers and the color still gets updated . is this a know bug??

i am doing this in a tcl script

set color [tk_chooseColor -title "choose a color" -parent .preferences_colors \
-initialcolor gray]

puts stderr $color

$color value changes to the chosen color only when the sliders are moved to choose the color. not when i type in the rgb values.

thank you.

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