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frame.setTitle(string) didn't work anymore #184

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kantel opened this Issue Apr 25, 2017 · 6 comments

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kantel commented Apr 25, 2017

I recently updated to Processing 3.3.1 and Python Mode Build 3022. And when I try frame.setTitle(string) I now get the Error Message:

AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'setTitle'

In the previous Version frame.setTitle(string)was working,

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Thank you!

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jdf commented Apr 25, 2017

Thank you!

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villares Jun 3, 2018

I guess this might be related...

surface.setTitle("hello");
surface.setResizable(true);

both work on Java Mode but not on Python mode

villares commented Jun 3, 2018

I guess this might be related...

surface.setTitle("hello");
surface.setResizable(true);

both work on Java Mode but not on Python mode

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jdf Jun 5, 2018

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Neither frame nor surface are described in the Processing reference. Am I missing something?

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jdf commented Jun 5, 2018

Neither frame nor surface are described in the Processing reference. Am I missing something?

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As far as I remember I found it during a search »window title in Processing« here, here, and here. I think it's more a Java thing than a Processing function.

kantel commented Jun 5, 2018

As far as I remember I found it during a search »window title in Processing« here, here, and here. I think it's more a Java thing than a Processing function.

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fireattack Jun 5, 2018

Just curious, any clue why it worked before (even in Python Processing)?

fireattack commented Jun 5, 2018

Just curious, any clue why it worked before (even in Python Processing)?

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