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FBox(3) 		       User Contributed Perl Documentation			  FBox(3)

NAME
       Tk::FBox - a file dialog

SYNOPSIS
	   use Tk::FBox;
	   $file = $mw->FBox(...)->Show;

DESCRIPTION
       "Tk::FBox" is the dialog implementation behind the "getOpenFile", "getSaveFile", and
       "chooseDirectory" method calls in the Unix/X11 world. As such, it supports all options for
       these methods and additionally:

       -sortcmd => sub { $_[0] cmp $_[1] }
	   Specified a callback for changing the sorting of the icons in the "IconList" widget.
	   By default, perl's "cmp" operator will be used.

	   From the source code:

	     # Using -sortcmd is really strange :-(
	     # $top->getOpenFile(-sortcmd => sub { package Tk::FBox; uc $b cmp uc $a});
	     # or, un-perlish, but useable (now activated in code):
	     # $top->getOpenFile(-sortcmd => sub { uc $_[1] cmp uc $_[0]});

	   This is an experimental option!

       -type => $type
	   Type should be "open" for choosing existing files to open (default), "save" for
	   choosing existing or non-existing files to save, or "dir" for choosing directories.

       -filter => $glob
	   A file glob to restrict displayed files. This is only active if no -filetypes are
	   defined.

       -force => $bool
	   If true, then there will be no dialog if a file already exists.

COPYRIGHT
       The original tkfbox.tcl from Tcl/Tk is:

       Copyright (c) 1994-1996 Sun Microsystems, Inc.

       See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and redistribution of this file, and
       for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.

       Translated to Perl/Tk by Slaven Rezic <srezic@cpan.org>.

SEE ALSO
       Tk::getOpenFile, Tk::IconList.

perl v5.16.3				    2014-06-10					  FBox(3)
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