App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog -- intraday graph dialog widget
use App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog; App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog->popup; # initially empty App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog->popup ('BHP.AX'); # or given symbol
App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog is a subclass of
Gtk2::Widget Gtk2::Container Gtk2::Bin Gtk2::Window Gtk2::Dialog App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog
App::Chart::Gtk2::IntradayDialog displays intraday graphs in the form of downloaded graphics images. The various data sources setup available modes such as 1-day or 5-day and the
IntradayDialog downloads and shows them.
Some data sources don't offer historical data as figures, but only as graphics images. For them "intraday" is pressed into service to show daily data too.
Present an intraday dialog for
$symbol is a string, or empty,
undef or omitted to get a dialog showing nothing initially.
If a dialog already exists showing
$symbol then it's raised rather than creating a new one.
Go to the symbol entered in the text entry box by setting it as the
symbol property. This is used by the return key in that entry box and the "Enter" button beside it.
Download a new image for the current symbol and mode. This is the "Refresh" button in the action area.
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