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AAC::Pvoice - Create GUI software for disabled people


  use AAC::Pvoice
  # this includes all AAC::Pvoice modules


AAC::Pvoice is a set of modules to create software for people who can't use a normal mouse and/or keyboard. To see an application that uses this set of modules, take a look at pVoice (, or the sources on

AAC::Pvoice is in fact a wrapper around many wxPerl classes, to make it easier to create applications like pVoice.


AAC::Pvoice::MessageBox(message, caption, style, parent, x, y)

This function is similar to Wx::MessageBox. It uses the same parameters as Wx::MessageBox does. Currently the style parameter doesn't support the icons that can be set on Wx::MessageBox.

See the individual module's documentation


probably a lot, patches welcome!


        Jouke Visser


This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.


perl(1), Wx, AAC::Pvoice::Panel, AAC::Pvoice::Bitmap, AAC::Pvoice::Row AAC::Pvoice::EditableRow, AAC::Pvoice::Input