The Window Manager is a toolkit available in Tcl/Tk that can be accessed with the command 'wm'. The 'wm' command allows you to set the appearance and geometry of the Tkinter window. We can control the title, color, size, and other attributes with this command. The 'wm' command has numerous keywords that can be used to modify its property.
# Import the required library from tkinter import * from tkinter import ttk from tkinter import messagebox # Create an instance of tkinter frame win=Tk() # Set the geometry win.geometry("700x350") Label(win, text="This window is disabled.", font=("Calibri, 24")).pack() # Makes the window topmost win.wm_attributes('-topmost', True) # Makes the window transparent win.wm_attributes('-alpha', 0.9) # Disable the window win.wm_attributes('-disabled', True) # Set the geometry of the window win.wm_geometry('700x350') win.mainloop()
If you run the above code, it will display a topmost transparent window that you cannot interact with, as the window is disabled using the wm attribute "-disabled".