> many wx users have contributed new/better/more/different wx
> examples (embedding_in_wx[1-4].py) to atone for the original
Another suggestion that I would like to make is to change the name of the examples. I think all the examples that have to do with a particular backed should be prefixed with the name of the toolkit. I think this is important since the new users can see at a glance all the examples that are related to wx.
Thus I think the name or the rewritten wxcursor_demo.py should be changed to embedding_in_wx_cursor.py, sounds awful, but it's understandable and more practical.
Another option is to put it next to the cursor example and rename it from wxcursor_demo.py to cursor_demo_wx.py
I looked at the other wx examples, and even if they are great examples (And I would like to thank a lot the original author Jeremy O'Donoghue ), they could afford some cleaning up to conform to the wx style guide:
Do you think such a clean up, would be welcomed ?
BTW, have you seen the matplotlib native cursoring, which uses
matplotlib or drawing rather than native wx.
Thanks for the tip John, but I found it too slow for my application (I change a spectrogram in another figure in function of the pixel where cursor is located).
Furthermore native cursoring does not support several cursor pointer shapes does it ?
It only supports the cross doesn't it ?