Is there a Python automated GUI Builder, a code editor (IDE) like in VB or C?

I was looking for how to make a Python program with Windows and found that all tools require a separate drawing form. Sometimes you need the entire form to write directly in the code with the coordinates. Sometimes, as in QT, it is still possible to draw with a mouse, but even then the shape separately, and the code separately, you need to take a file to the form, save it to a folder with the project, to connect his...

Is there a Python classic IDE, where as in VB or Delphi or C# to create a form to manually distribute her buttons and fields, and then clicking on these buttons and fields that are automatically "fall" into the code? With the auto generation of names like button1, with fields to select colors and behavior settings, and so forth?
April 7th 20 at 15:26
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April 7th 20 at 15:28
no, and thank God
April 7th 20 at 15:30
In fact, there is.
Hmm, when I saw the picture, I was delighted, but then I read the Readme, and there
>It is not a Python Interactive Design Environment(IDE)
>tool which helps to create Tkinter GUI interfaces for use within Python programs

There you can choose installed on the form button, select it and Click method to fail immediately to that part of the code where you can specify its behavior when clicked? - Terrenc commented on April 7th 20 at 15:33
@ebony98, you are so helpless that even tried to download and run?
Then forget it. - Mikel7 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:36
@henri81, I simply have too often seen a situation in which people suggest is not what really works.
If the question was in the format of "just downloaded and ran", then of course.
But when I saw that you need to install ActiveTcl, and its installation need to register, and then, perhaps, there will be other problems, I decided to ask one more time how it actually fits my request, before you embark on a long quest. - Terrenc commented on April 7th 20 at 15:39
@ebony98, under Ubuntu stupid apt install python-tk - Mikel7 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:42
@henri81, .. I almost thought.. you have the benefit - Percival_Carroll12 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:45

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