Hi, I needed some help. I created a panda program, which will dock two panda window in a wxFrame. However, when I created the second window to be docked into the wxFrame, all my keyboard key event seemed to be lost, i.e. I cannot control by using keyboard (which I already have code using self.accept, etc.)
Is this just window properties problem where the new window taking control over the default window?
something similiar, but actually I docked inside the wxPanel, instead of the MDI child. If creating only one panda window and dock it inside a wxPanel (which is the defaultWindow), I am fine and can use the keyboard. But when a new window is created to host another camera view, I will have problem.
So, is it the same? And also, enabling mouse also means enabling keyboard?
Well, I kind of fix the problem by re-opening the defaultWindow again, which is shown in the code below:
# docking the Panda view into pandaPanel
base.windowType = 'onscreen'
winProps = WindowProperties.getDefault()
# docking the fixedView into fixedViewPanel
winProps2 = WindowProperties()
# reopening the default window to get keyboard input
However, now I faced the other problem is that whenever I lost focus of the whole program, for example I minimize the main wxFrame, I will loose focus again. I guess I will need some wx binding on the wxFrame get focus, then re-open the main panda window again.
Yes, as discussed in the thread that ynjh_jo linked to. It sounds exactly like the problem you’re reporting, which has nothing to do with wxWidgets or anything; it’s not even a problem with “losing focus”. It’s just that, in order to receive button events for the keyboard and mouse buttons within a window, you need to have the appropriate Panda constructs in place to listen for them.