Prima::ComboBox - standard combo box widget
use Prima::ComboBox; my $combo = Prima::ComboBox-> create( style => cs::DropDown, items => [ 1 .. 10 ]); $combo-> style( cs::DropDownList ); print $combo-> text;
Provides a combo box widget which consists of an input line, list box of possible selections and eventual drop-down button. The combo box can be either in form with a drop-down selection list, that is shown by the command of the user, or in form when the selection list is always visible.
The combo box is a grouping widget, and contains neither painting nor user-input code. All such functionality is delegated into the children widgets: input line, list box and button.
Prima::ComboBox exports a fixed list of methods and properties from namespaces of Prima::InputLine and Prima::ListBox. Since, however, it is possible to tweak the
Prima::ComboBox ( using its editClass and listClass create-only properties ) so the input line and list box would be other classes, it is not necessarily that all default functionality would work. The list of exported names is stored in package variables %listProps, %editProps and %listDynas. These also described in "Exported names" section.
The module defines
cs:: package for the constants used by style property.
If 1, adjusts the height of the widget automatically when its font changes. Only when style is not
Default value: 1
Assigns a drop-down button class.
Assigns a drop-down button list of delegated notifications.
Assigns hash of properties, passed to the drop-down button during the creation.
Selects whether the user input is case-sensitive or not, when a value is picked from the selection list.
Default value: 0
Assigns an input line class.
Assigns hash of properties, passed to the input line during the creation.
Assigns an input line list of delegated notifications.
Selects height of an input line.
Mapped onto the list widget's
items property. See Prima::Lists for details.
Assigns a listbox class.
Selects height of the listbox widget.
Default value: 100
Sets whether the listbox is visible or not. Not writable when style is
Assigns hash of properties, passed to the listbox during the creation.
Assigns a selection listbox list of delegated notifications.
Selects whether the combo box user input routine assume that the listbox contains literal strings, that can be fetched via
get_item_text ( see Prima::Lists ). As an example when this property is set to 0 is
Prima::ColorComboBox from Prima::ComboBox package.
Default value: 1
Selected one of three styles:
The listbox is always visible, and the drop-down button is not.
The listbox is not visible, but the drop-down button is. When the use presses the drop-down button, the listbox is shown; when the list-box is defocused, it gets hidden.
cs::DropDown, but the user is restricted in the selection: the input line can only accept user input that is contained in listbox. If literal set to 1, the auto completion feature is provided.
Mapped onto the edit widget's
Triggered with ComboBox value is changed.
DrawItem events from the list box, and these are executed in the List's context (therefore $self there is not ComboBox, but the ComboBox->List). If you use
SelectItem you probably need
See more in Prima::Lists.
alignment autoScroll text text charOffset maxLen insertMode firstChar selection selStart selEnd writeOnly copy cut delete paste wordDelimiters readOnly passwordChar focus select_all
focusedItem hScroll integralHeight items itemHeight topItem vScroll gridColor multiColumn offset
Dmitry Karasik, <email@example.com>.