Re: A tool for creating in Python available for NVDA GUI


Luke Davis
 

I'm not perfectly sure what you are looking for here, but if you want something you can use to write code in, Notepad++, at https://notepad-plus-plus.org
Is a very good option.

There is an NVDA add-on for that at https://files.derekriemer.com/NotepadPlusPlus-2019.09.0.nvda-addon
You should definitely use that add-on.

NVDA has a built in Python console that you can use to test code, and a scratchpad option in the advanced settings, if you want to play with code file plugins.

If you are actually looking for GUI tools, look to the gui module in the NVDA source, and also learn WX basics.

Luke

On May 1, Sylwek Piekarski wrote:

I Looking for Python tools in which you can create available for NVDA GUI

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