When your first window loads in Tkinter it will generally appear slightly offset from the top left-hand corner of the screen. This is a fairly counter-intuitive location and most of the GUI driven programs that I run usually open at the centre of the page or a little higher than the center.
If you want a primer of window positioning, check out the following tutorial:
When you create your first window in Tkinter, you can set it’s starting size and position on the screen by using the geometry method.
When using this method, note that it only provides the window with the size and position when it is initialized. This means that the user can then change the size of the window and move it once it has first been put on the screen.
You’ve probably come across the problem where you need to know when a piece of data has been added to your spreadsheet. You probably have been equally frustrated that there is no out-of-the-box function that will do just this.
You’ve tried TODAY() and NOW(), but they change dynamically. What you really need here is something that does not change.
Let’s look at two workarounds that can help you out with this problem.