So here is my problem, I have to make a picture for my CS class and it is really frustrating estimating in turtle. I planed to use .onclick() to show me to position.
import turtle as t
print("(", x, "," ,y,")")
Alright, I figured out a work around. Its not a perfect solution but it works pretty well. Because onclick will only respond if you click on the arrow head, I made the arrow head encompass the entire screen. Then I hid it. What you need to do is hover over the position you want to go to, press "a" and when it goes black click the screen. The shell will then display the coordinates you need. Make sure you always go back to (1000,0).
import turtle as t def showTurtle(): t.st() return def getPos(x,y): print("(", x, "," ,y,")") return def hideTurtle(x,y): t.ht() return def main(): t.speed(20) t.shapesize(1000,1000) t.up() t.goto(1000,0) t.ht() t.onkey(showTurtle,"a") t.listen() t.onclick(getPos) t.onrelease(hideTurtle) t.mainloop() main()
Also, in case anyone from my class finds this, I am a CS student in binghamton and if you use this I recommend leaving no trace. The prof has seen this and will recognize it.