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A scale is a widget that displays a rectangular trough and a small slider. The trough corresponds to a range of real values (determined by the from, to, and resolution options), and the position of the slider selects a particular real value. The slider's position (and hence the scale's value) may be adjusted with the mouse or keyboard as described in the BINDINGS section below. Whenever the scale's value is changed, a Tk command is invoked (using the command option) to notify other interested widgets of the change.
Three annotations may be displayed in a scale widget: a label appearing at the top right of the widget (top left for horizontal scales), a number displayed just to the left of the slider (just above the slider for horizontal scales), and a collection of numerical tick marks just to the right of the trough (just below the trough for horizontal scales). Each of these three annotations may be enabled or disabled using the configuration options.
pathName option ?arg arg ...?
If the scale is disabled using the state option then none of the above bindings have any effect.
The behaviour of scales can be changed by defining new bindings for individual widgets.
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