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NAME

Tk::IDEdragShadowToplevel - Shadow Outline for Showing Drag Motion or Drop Targets

SYNOPSIS

    use Tk::IDEdragShadowToplevel;

    $TabbedFrame = $widget->IDEdragShadowToplevel
       (
        -geometry => "30x30+10+30", # Format widthxheight+x+y
        
       );

DESCRIPTION

This is a composite widget that implements a grey outline frame that can be used to show window shapes when dragging, or drop-target areas.

This differs from the releated Tk::IDEdragShadow widget in that it acts like a top-level widget. It can be dragged all around the desktop. Tk::IDEdragShadow is a subwidget of a Mainwindow/Toplevel and can't be moved/displayed outside of it's Mainwindow/Toplevel.

OPTIONS

geometry

Geometry of the outline frame, in the form widthxheight+x+y.

Advertised Subwidgets

top/bot/left/right

4 separate Tk::Toplevel components representing the top/bot/left/right element of the outline.

ATTRIBUTES

None

Methods

MoveToplevelWindow

Moves the whole widget to a new location on the screen.

Usage:

        $widget->moveToplevelWindow($x,$y);
        
        where:
          $x/$y  are the x/y screen coords to move the upper right
                 corner of the widget to.

deiconify

Deiconify (i.e. make visible) the whole widget. This would normally be called after calling withdraw to make the widget visible again.

Usage:

        $widget->deiconify;
        

withdraw

Withdraw (i.e. withdraw from the screen) the whole widget.

Usage:

        $widget->withdraw;