For instance, I have 2 frames and both are set to 300×300. On one of them, I put a widget in, and in the other one I don’t. The one that I put a widget on just squeezed its size to the widget’s size while the first frame kept its frame since its empty.
Can I get around this and have a fixed width and height for the frame no matter what I put?
from tkinter import * root = Tk() root.geometry("1000x1000") frame1 = Frame(root, bg = "blue", width = 300, height = 300) frame1.pack() frame2 = Frame(root, bg = "red", width = 300, height = 300) label = Label(frame2, text = "hey").pack() frame2.pack()
Check out this answer: tkinter’s .pack_propagate() method
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