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Is there any Function in the Entry widget for Password reveal in Tkinter or in any other Python GUI Framework like Kivy, PyQt or WxPython?


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Interesting question.

Easy GUI can do half of the job by starring out the users input,
since you have the password in a string I guess you could create
your own reveal button and then put the string in to overwrite the stars
it is going to be hassle though, here is a code snippet to get you started.
I don't know Easygui much but it has a few nice features by the looks of it.

pip install easygui

from easygui import msgbox, passwordbox
 
title = "Password"
pass_word = (passwordbox("Please enter your password",title))
 
msgbox("Your password: %s"%pass_word, title="Password revealed") 
More info:
https://stevepython.wordpress.com/2019/0...nippets-24

https://github.com/robertlugg/easygui
(Nov-29-2019, 12:19 PM)steve_shambles Wrote: [ -> ]Interesting question.

Easy GUI can do half of the job by starring out the users input,
since you have the password in a string I guess you could create
your own reveal button and then put the string in to overwrite the stars
it is going to be hassle though, here is a code snippet to get you started.
I don't know Easygui much but it has a few nice features by the looks of it.

pip install easygui

from easygui import msgbox, passwordbox
 
title = "Password"
pass_word = (passwordbox("Please enter your password",title))
 
msgbox("Your password: %s"%pass_word, title="Password revealed") 
More info:
https://stevepython.wordpress.com/2019/0...nippets-24

https://github.com/robertlugg/easygui

Thank you so much for your information.