Tk::Multi::Text - Tk composite widget with a scroll window and more
use Tk::Multi::Manager; use Tk::Multi::Text ; my $manager = yourWindow -> MultiManager ( menu => $menu_ref , # optionnal title => "windows" # optionnal ) -> pack (); # Don't pack it, the managet will do it my $w1 = $manager -> newSlave('type' => 'MultiText', 'title' => 'a_label');
This composite widget features :
This widget will forward all unrecognize commands to the ROtext object.
Note that this widget should be created only by the Multi::Manager.
Some text which will be displayed above the test window.
The log window feature a set of menu items which must be added in a menu. This menu ref must be passed with the menu_button prameter to the object during its creation.
A string which will be displayed in the text window.
Insert the passed string at the bottom of the text window
Will raise a popup window with an Entry to modify the actual print command, a print button, a default button (to restore the default print command), and a cancel button.
Is just a delete('1.0','end') .
By default all widget method are delegated to the Text widget. Excepted :
Delegated to the menu entry managed by Multi::Manager. Will add a new command to the aforementionned menu.
Defines ressources for the config options.
Dominique Dumont, firstname.lastname@example.org
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