Re: How to get path?

Dnia 16.05.2008 Alexandre Ferrieux <alexandre.ferrieux@xxxxxxxxx> napisał/a:

Well, a -command callback is *not* supposed to undergo %-subst. This
is because -command is a higher level thing than bindings. So it is
not equivalent.

It was *just example*. But yes, I tried it nevertheless.

From what Kaitzschu wrote - and what I've found at the Wiki - it seems, that
I must use bind, but it's not elegant solution. Binding additional action to
all the widgets, just to recognize 5 of them...

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