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Interactive Buttons Library

A Python library for creating interactive buttons with keyboard navigation.

Installation

You can install the Interactive Buttons library via pip:

pip install interactive_buttons

Usage

Here's an example of how to use the library to create interactive buttons with linear_buttons :
from interactive_buttons import *
from colorama import Fore, Back

# Change button color :
# Way 1 :
Variables.HIGHLIGHT = "\033[30;43m"  # Yellow background
# Way 2 :
from colorama import Fore, Back  # Needs to be installed by running the command `pip install colorama`
Variables.HIGHLIGHT = Back.RED + Fore.BLACK  # Red background and Black text

# Change decorator (in [button text] the square brackets are the decorators) :
# Way 1 :S
Variables.DECORATOR = ["<", ">"]  # [button text] -> <button text>
# Way 2 :
Variables.DECORATOR = []  # [button text] -> button text
# Way 3 :
Variables.DECORATOR = ["> "]  # [button text] ->  > button text

# Creating functions
def func1(text):
    print(text)

def func2():
    print("Hi !")

# Define button configurations as a list
buttons = [dict(name="Button 1", function=func1, args=("Hello !")),
           dict(name="Button 2", function=func2)]

# Create linear buttons and start the interactive interface
linear_buttons(buttons)

Output example

Example with column_buttons :

⚠️ WARNING : To use this function, you must not use an emulated terminal.

from interactive_buttons import *

# Creating functions
def func1(text):
    print(text)

def func2():
    print("Hi !")

# Define button configurations as a list
buttons = [dict(name="Button 1", function=func1, args=("Hello !")),
           dict(name="Button 2", function=func2),
           dict(name="Button 3", function=func1, args=("Hello2 !")),
           dict(name="Button 4", function=func2),]

# Create column buttons and start the interactive interface
column_buttons(buttons)

Output example

Example with matrix_buttons :

⚠️ WARNING : To use this function, you must not use an emulated terminal.

from interactive_buttons import *
from colorama import Fore, Back

Variables.SPACES += Variables.SPACES
Variables.HIGHLIGHT = Back.RED + Fore.BLACK

def say(message):
    print(message)
    return message
    

matrix = [
          [dict(name="Button A Line 1", function=say, args="A1"), dict(name="Button B Line 1", function=say, args="B1")],
          [dict(name="Button A Line 2", function=say, args="A2"), dict(name="Button B Line 2", function=say, args="B2")],
        ]

output = matrix_buttons(matrix)
print(output)  # You can now get the returned value of your function

Output example

Project Description

The Interactive Buttons library allows you to easily create interactive buttons for user interaction in your Python applications. It provides a simple and intuitive way to create a list of buttons, associate them with functions, and navigate through them using the keyboard. This library is particularly useful for creating text-based interactive menus and interfaces.

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Check out the GitHub repository for the latest updates, issues, and contributions. Feel free to contribute to the project or report any issues you encounter.

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