How to make tkinter right click menu work on one widget only?

Is there a simple way to get the right click menu to open on texty only and not the whole window?

This was a quick mashup to illustrate my question. Inheriting from texty on line 25 was a shot in the dark, which didnt work, but it’s close to a simple solution, like I am seeking. I was hoping to avoid programming a whole class each time I want to set a right click menu.

from tkinter import *
from tkinter import ttk

def menu_popup(event):
    try:
        popup.tk_popup(event.x_root, event.y_root, 0)        
    finally:
        popup.grab_release()

        
win = Tk()

win.geometry("600x550+125+125")

e = Entry(win, width=50, font=('Helvetica', 11))
e.pack()
e.insert(0, "Some text....")

label = Label(win, text="Right-click to see a menu", font= ('Helvetica 18'))
label.pack(pady= 40)

texty=Text(win, height=10)
texty.pack()

popup = Menu(texty, tearoff=0)
popup.add_command(label="New")
popup.add_separator()
popup.add_command(label="Open")
popup.add_separator()
popup.add_command(label="Close")

win.bind("<Button-3>", menu_popup)

button = ttk.Button(win, text="Quit", command=win.destroy)
button.pack()

mainloop()

Answer

The widget on which the callback should be executed for the respective event is determined by the widget you call bind on(and the level of bind too*). So if you want the event to be identified within texty, then apply binding to it.

texty.bind("<Button-3>", menu_popup)

* There is bind_all which executes no matter which widget has focus or is called upon. Read 54.1. Levels of binding for more info.