create form dialog using form class options
VtFormDialog widgetName [options]
Creates a FormDialog, using all the standard
``Form class options'' in SCO Visual Tcl Programmer's Guide and Reference.
You can specify the buttons across the bottom of the
dialog by using the -ok, -okLabel,
-okCallback, -cancel, and -help
options. The command returns the name of the form dialog.
Buttons are created left to right in the following order:
OK APPLY RESET CANCEL HELP
Note that when creating a form, it is advisable to make the form the
child of another form. This enables the new form to inherit attributes
such as fonts from the dialog it was launched from. (If the form's parent
is a button, it cannot inherit such attributes.)
Note also that you should use
to get the widgetName
of any of the buttons on the bottom of the form and the option used to
get the button. For example, to get the widgetName of the OK button, say:
set okButton [VtGet $form -ok]
For the cancel button, say:
set cancelButton [VtGet $form -cancel]
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003