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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for tixfileselectdialog (redhat section n)

tixFileSelectDialog(n)		      Tix Built-In Commands		   tixFileSelectDialog(n)

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NAME
       tixFileSelectDialog - Create and manipulate tixFileSelectDialog widgets

SYNOPSIS
       tixFileSelectDialog pathName ?options?

SUPER-CLASS
       The TixFileSelectDialog class does not have a super-class.

STANDARD OPTIONS
       TixFileSelectDialog  supports  all  the	standard  options  of  a  frame  widget.  See the
       options(n) manual entry for details on the standard options.

WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS
       [-command command] Specifies the command to be called when the user chooses on a  filename
       (usually  by  selecting	the  filename  and clicking on the "OK" button").  The command is
       called with one argument, the complete pathname of the file.

SUBWIDGETS
       Name:	      btns
       Class:	      TixStdButtonBox

	      The StdButtonBox subwidget at the bottom of FileSelectDialog. It contains the "OK",
	      "Filter, "Cancel" and "Help" buttons.

       Name:	      fsbox
       Class:	      TixFileSelectBox

	      The FileSelectBox subwidget at the top of the FileSelectDialog.
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DESCRIPTION
       The  tixFileSelectDialog command creates a new window (given by the pathName argument) and
       makes it into a FileSelectDialog widget. Additional options, described above, may be spec-
       ified  on  the  command line or in the option database to configure aspects of the FileSe-
       lectDialog such as its cursor and relief.

       The FileSelectDialog widget provides an convenient method for the user  to  select  files.
       The FileSelectBox is similar to the standard Motif(TM) file-selection box.

WIDGET COMMANDS
       The  tixFileSelectDialog  command  creates a new Tcl command whose name is the same as the
       path name of the FileSelectDialog's window. This command may be	used  to  invoke  various
       operations on the widget. It has the following general form:
		     pathName option ?arg arg ...?
       PathName  is  the  name of the command, which is the same as the FileSelectDialog widget's
       path name. Option and the args determine the exact behavior of the command. The	following
       commands are possible for FileSelectDialog widgets:

       pathName cget option
	      Returns  the  current value of the configuration option given by option. Option may
	      have any of the values accepted by the tixFileSelectDialog command.

       pathName configure ?option? ?value option value ...?
	      Query or modify the configuration options of the widget.	If no  option  is  speci-
	      fied,  returns  a  list  describing  all of the available options for pathName (see
	      Tk_ConfigureInfo for information on the format of this list).  If option is  speci-
	      fied with no value, then the command returns a list describing the one named option
	      (this list will be identical to the corresponding sublist of the value returned  if
	      no option is specified).	If one or more option-value pairs are specified, then the
	      command modifies the given widget option(s) to have the  given  value(s);  in  this
	      case  the  command  returns  an  empty  string.	Option may have any of the values
	      accepted by the tixFileSelectDialog command.

       pathName popdown
	      Withdraws the FileSelectDialog from the screen.

       pathName popup
	      Pops up the FileSelectDialog on the screen.

       pathName subwidget name ?args?
	      When no options are given, this command returns the pathname of  the  subwidget  of
	      the specified name.

	      When  options  are  given,  the  widget  command of the specified subwidget will be
	      called with these options.

KEYWORDS
       Tix(n)

Tix					       4.0			   tixFileSelectDialog(n)


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