IUP::Frame - [GUI element] frame with a title around an interface element
Creates a Frame interface element, which draws a frame with a title around an interface element.
|Windows Classic||Windows XP Style|
$frame = IUP::Frame->new(Ihandle *child);
child: Identifier of an interface element which will receive the frame around. It can be
Returns: the identifier of the created element, or
undef if an error occurs.
NOTE: You can pass to
CALLBACKNAME=>\&func pairs relevant to this element - see IUP::Manual::02_Elements.
For more info about concept of attributes (setting/getting values etc.) see IUP::Manual::03_Attributes. Attributes specific to this element:
ignored, transparent in all systems. Will use the background color of the native parent. Except if TITLE is not defined and BGCOLOR is defined before map (can be changed later), then the frame will have a color background.
The default value is "YES".
Text title color. Not available in Windows when using Windows Visual Styles. Default: the global attribute DLGFGCOLOR.
When not using a title, the frame line defines a sunken area (lowered area). Valid values: YES or NO. Default: NO.
Text the user will see at the top of the frame. If not defined during creation it can not be added lately, to be changed it must be at least "" during creation.
The following common attributes are also accepted:
For more info about concept of callbacks (setting callback handlers etc.) see IUP::Manual::04_Callbacks. Callbacks specific to this element:
In Windows, a Frame with
TITLE==undef is not the same control as then
TITLE==undef it does not have Visual Styles and uses a sharp rectangle border. When
TITLE!=undef it has Visual Styles and the border is a rounded rectangle. To always use Visual Styles set the title to "" before mapping, but be aware that a vertical space for the title will be always reserved at the top border.
The element IUP::Frame is used in the following sample scripts:
The original doc: iupframe.html