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Hello olgo,

> 1. Is it possible to disable the GUI Event mechanisms, like the clicking on a button (temporarily while dealing with another event)? I am thinking that this might prove less stressful to the GUI.

It is possible to disable widgets, one by one and by hand, but I doubt this will speed up the general execution time

> 2..

Even more work and no speed boost expected, imho.

> The size of the grid is quite large (up to thousands of cells)..

this is quite a lot of stuff but I'd expect a slow show up, to draw everything, but no broken functionalities: in my Tartaglia-s-triangle if I ask for a triangle with 127 rows it take several seconds to draw it, but then it works as expected.

> I quite often get a "UpdateWrapper: Failed to create container"

this error only appears at tkWinWm.c#L1940 and the function being called is UpdateWrapper which seems to me something that modifies an existing window: are you (over?)modifying the whole window while the program runs?


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In reply to Re: Tk performance and "UpdateWrapper: Failed to create container" by Discipulus
in thread Tk performance and "UpdateWrapper: Failed to create container" by olgo

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