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 [WxPython] SpinCtrl. Pop-up warning
There is an object wx.SpinCtrl:
self.m_spinCtrl_width = wx.SpinCtrl(self.panel, -1, self.width, style=wx.SP_ARROW_KEYS | wx.TE_PROCESS_ENTER, max=max_)
This object has such a feature that if the parameter min> = 0 (in the code is not specified, only max is specified), then when you try to enter something different from the number in the widget, a warning flashes:


Can I somehow generate this warning myself? For example, I need the value of the object "m_spinCtrl_width" to be less than 0, but then the object allows to enter both letters (and any other characters) in the widget, I would like to track that if the user entered a number, then issue a warning.

Sorry for my English.
This is untested code, but it doesn't work, it's very close

# Set max to your max
self.max = 10 # put in __init__

self.m_spinCtrl_width = wx.SpinCtrl(self.panel, -1, self.width, 
    style=wx.SP_ARROW_KEYS | wx.TE_PROCESS_ENTER, max=self.max

self.text.Bind(wx.EVT_SPINCTRL, self.SpinEvt)
self.m_spinCtrl_width.Bind(wx.EVT_SPINCTRL, self.SpinEvt)

def SpinEvt(self, event):
        if self.m_spinCtrl_width.GetValue() > self.max:
               wx.MessageDialog(self,"My Message Category","My Message").ShowModal()
Thanks for the answer. Such an idea was already there. I would not want to force the user to click "OK" every time. Therefore, I seek a solution with a warning.
I think the answer to the question: wx.adv.RichToolTip.

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