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Current Tk::IDElayout and Tcl::pTk maintainer here. If one can get their program working with Tcl::pTk, I would probably prefer that approach over using Tk::IDElayout (which is somewhat neglected).

For the Tcl::pTk approach suggested here, using the $w->ttkPanedwindow() and $w->ttkStyleConfigure() methods should eliminate the need for Tcl syntax. Since Tcl::pTk does not include complete Perl/Tk-like syntax documentation for Ttk widgets, I suggest looking through upstream Tcl/Tk documentation and Tcl::pTk::Tile POD, and then Tcl::pTk's Ttk widget demos (e.g. to see how it comes together.

In reply to Re^2: Controlling resize of Tk::Panedwindow (IDELayout IDEpanedwindow) by chrstphrchvz
in thread Controlling resize of Tk::Panedwindow by hv

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