When creating new frames, they always appear at the top left corner of the screen.
Here is the code I am currently working on:
"""Provides the MainFrame class.""" import wx class MainFrame(wx.Frame): """The main client frame. This frame does nothing, except provide the means to create and open new worlds. """ def __init__(self) -> None: """Create a new frame.""" super().__init__(None, title="Last MUD") p: wx.Panel = wx.Panel(self) s: wx.BoxSizer = wx.BoxSizer(wx.VERTICAL) s.AddMany( [ wx.StaticText(p, label="&Instructions"), wx.TextCtrl( p, style=wx.TE_READONLY | wx.TE_MULTILINE, value="Use the World menu to open or create a new world.", ), ] ) p.SetSizerAndFit(s) def main() -> None: """Run the program.""" a: wx.App = wx.App() frame: MainFrame = MainFrame() frame.Show() frame.Maximize() a.MainLoop() if __name__ == "__main__": main()
When I run that, the contents of the text field has its lines wrapped, so the text shows up as:
Use the World menu to open or create a new world.``` The actual line breaks aren't there, but it is wrapping. Here is (hopefully) a screenshot: ![image|690x387](upload://pdbYrj3ugsicF7unMzdckCxZaDW.png) Apologies if this hasn't worked. I am blind, so I've no idea what that shot is of haha. Thanks in advance for any help.