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For some widgets you need to specify one or more bitmaps. There are several options how to do this:

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Specify the absolute or relative path to the bitmap file.

For an absolute path, you may use the file dialog by clicking the button “…”.

You may drag a file to the field. If the file is located below the project file’s directory, the relative path will be entered. For the absolute path just hold the Alt or Ctrl key.

Sometimes, depending on your runtime environment, you may have to customize the loading of the bitmap files. See below for an example.

Example
/usr/share/icons/application.png

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From named variable: Statement var

Syntax
var:<variable name>
Example
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wxBitmap(my_bitmap_path, wxBITMAP_TYPE_ANY)

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Creates an empty bitmap of the specified size (min. 1,1)

Syntax
empty:<width>,<height>
Example
empty:32,Phone For Felt Cover Widewing Tablet Laptop Protection 13in Portable Bag 32
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wxBitmap(32, 32)

From wxArtProvider: Statement art

Create a bitmap using wxArtProvider.

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Syntax
art:<ArtID>,<Portable Phone Protection Tablet Laptop Felt For 13in Cover Widewing Bag ArtClient>

or:

art:<ArtID>,<ArtClient>,<width>,<height>
Example
art:wxART_GO_UP,wxART_OTHER,32,32
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From Code: Statement code

This just inserts the given code.

Syntax
code:<code chunk to return a wxBitmap>
Example
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if (x == 0) get_bitmap1() else get_bitmap2();

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If at runtime the image files are at a non-standard location, you need to customize the loading of image files such that the files will be found.

For example, if you use PyInstaller to create a single-file executable, then the bitmaps need to be loaded from a temporary directory sys._MEIPASS.

This example code would replace wx.Bitmap with an implementation that is aware of this remapping:

import wx
import sys, os

# taken from stackoverflow re accessing data files within pyinstaller bundle.
def resource_path(relative_path):
    "Get absolute path to resource, works for dev and for PyInstaller."
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    return os.path.join(base_path, relative_path)

# get a reference to original wx.Bitmap (just in case)
wxBitmap = wx.Bitmap

# customised wx.Bitmap, which obtains the location of the bitmap
# using the `resource_path` function above.
class MyBitmapWidewing Tablet Laptop For Felt Portable Bag Cover Protection Phone 13in (wxBitmap):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        try:
            kwargs['name'] = resource_path(kwargs['name'])
        except KeyError:
            args = list(args)
            args[0] = resource_path(args[0])
        # call original wx.Bitmap
        For 13in Laptop Cover Tablet Protection Phone Portable Widewing Bag Felt wxBitmap.__init__(self, *Felt Bag Protection Tablet Portable Cover Laptop For 13in Widewing Phone args, **kwargs)

# Remap wx.Bitmap to our customised version.
wx.Bitmap = MyBitmap

(Courtesy of Brendan Simon)