Tkx is small pure-perl module, which uses small Tcl
module to connect to Tcl/Tk, which provides far more flexible GUI than perl/Tk.
Yes, you can use any GUI builder from Tcl/Tk and then use either Tkx or Tcl::Tk for further programming.
I use this approach now in all my Tk applications (although I do not actually use vtcl anymore, but I do mix pure-Tcl code with perl/Tk code).
So, welcome to the club!
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