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ttk::scale(n) [centos man page]

ttk::scale(n)							 Tk Themed Widget						     ttk::scale(n)

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NAME
ttk::scale - Create and manipulate a scale widget SYNOPSIS
ttk::scale pathName ?options...? _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
A ttk::scale widget is typically used to control the numeric value of a linked variable that varies uniformly over some range. A scale dis- plays a slider that can be moved along over a trough, with the relative position of the slider over the trough indicating the value of the variable. STANDARD OPTIONS
-class -cursor -style -takefocus See the ttk_widget manual entry for details on the standard options. WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS [-command command] Specifies the prefix of a Tcl command to invoke whenever the scale's value is changed via a widget command. The actual command consists of this option followed by a space and a real number indicating the new value of the scale. [-from from] A real value corresponding to the left or top end of the scale. [-length length] Specifies the desired long dimension of the scale in screen units (i.e. any of the forms acceptable to Tk_GetPixels). For vertical scales this is the scale's height; for horizontal scales it is the scale's width. [-orient orient] Specifies which orientation whether the widget should be laid out horizontally or vertically. Must be either hori- zontal or vertical or an abbreviation of one of these. [-to to] Specifies a real value corresponding to the right or bottom end of the scale. This value may be either less than or greater than the from option. [-value value] Specifies the current floating-point value of the variable. [-variable variable] Specifies the name of a global variable to link to the scale. Whenever the value of the variable changes, the scale will update to reflect this value. Whenever the scale is manipulated interactively, the variable will be modified to reflect the scale's new value. WIDGET COMMAND
pathName cget option Returns the current value of the specified option; see ttk::widget(n). pathName configure ?option? ?value option value ...? Modify or query widget options; see ttk::widget(n). pathName get ?x y? Get the current value of the -value option, or the value corresponding to the coordinates x,y if they are specified. X and y are pixel coordinates relative to the scale widget origin. pathName identify x y Returns the name of the element at position x, y. See ttk::widget(n). pathName instate statespec ?script? Test the widget state; see ttk::widget(n). pathName set value Set the value of the widget (i.e. the -value option) to value. The value will be clipped to the range given by the -from and -to options. Note that setting the linked variable (i.e. the variable named in the -variable option) does not cause such clipping. pathName state ?stateSpec? Modify or query the widget state; see ttk::widget(n). INTERNAL COMMANDS
pathName coords ?value? Get the coordinates corresponding to value, or the coordinates corresponding to the current value of the -value option if value is omitted. SEE ALSO
ttk::widget(n), scale(n) KEYWORDS
scale, slider, trough, widget Tk 8.5 ttk::scale(n)

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ttk::progressbar(n)						 Tk Themed Widget					       ttk::progressbar(n)

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NAME
ttk::progressbar - Provide progress feedback SYNOPSIS
ttk::progressbar pathName ?options? _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
A ttk::progressbar widget shows the status of a long-running operation. They can operate in two modes: determinate mode shows the amount completed relative to the total amount of work to be done, and indeterminate mode provides an animated display to let the user know that something is happening. STANDARD OPTIONS
-class -cursor -takefocus -style See the ttk_widget manual entry for details on the standard options. WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS [-orient orient] One of horizontal or vertical. Specifies the orientation of the progress bar. [-length length] Specifies the length of the long axis of the progress bar (width if horizontal, height if vertical). [-mode mode] One of determinate or indeterminate. [-maxi- mum maximum] A floating point number specifying the maximum -value. Defaults to 100. [-value value] The current value of the progress bar. In determinate mode, this represents the amount of work completed. In indeterminate mode, it is interpreted modulo -maximum; that is, the progress bar completes one "cycle" when the -value increases by -maximum. [-variable variable] The name of a Tcl variable which is linked to the -value. If specified, the -value of the progress bar is automatically set to the value of the variable whenever the latter is modified. [-phase phase] Read-only option. The widget periodically increments the value of this option whenever the -value is greater than 0 and, in determinate mode, less than -maximum. This option may be used by the current theme to provide additional animation effects. WIDGET COMMAND
pathName cget option Returns the current value of the specified option; see ttk::widget(n). pathName configure ?option? ?value option value ...? Modify or query widget options; see ttk::widget(n). pathName identify x y Returns the name of the element at position x, y. See ttk::widget(n). pathName instate statespec ?script? Test the widget state; see ttk::widget(n). pathName start ?interval? Begin autoincrement mode: schedules a recurring timer event that calls step every interval milliseconds. If omitted, interval defaults to 50 milliseconds (20 steps/second). pathName state ?stateSpec? Modify or query the widget state; see ttk::widget(n). pathName step ?amount? Increments the -value by amount. amount defaults to 1.0 if omitted. pathName stop Stop autoincrement mode: cancels any recurring timer event initiated by pathName start. SEE ALSO
ttk::widget(n) Tk 8.5 ttk::progressbar(n)
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