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- Latest version++ed by:14 non-PAUSE usersSREZIC Slaven Rezićand 1 contributors
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Tk::tixWm - Tix's addition to the standard TK wm command.
The wmCapture and the wmRelease methods change the toplevel attribute of Tk widgets.
Converts the toplevel window specified by $widget into a non-toplevel widget. Normally this command is called to convert a Toplevel widget into a Frame widget. The newly-converted frame widget is un-mapped from the screen. To make it appear inside its parent, you must call a geometry manager (e.g. grid or pack) explictly.
Makes the non-toplevel window specified by $widget into a toplevel widget. Normally this command is called to convert a Frame widget into a Toplevel widget, but it can also be used on any non-toplevel widget (e.g, label). The newly-converted toplevel window is in a withdrawn state. To make it appear on the screen, you must call deiconify after calling wmRelease.
Any data associated with $widget via wm methods (icon, protocol, command etc.) are released, and must be re-established if window is later re-captured.
wmCapture does not exist in the Win32 window manager code.
How these methods interact with perl/Tk's class hierarchy is not yet clear. In particular a wmReleased window will not automatically ``inherit'' the Tk::Wm methods, however a wmCaptured window still will. (A released Label might make a good candidate for an Icon.)
Ioi Kim Lam - firstname.lastname@example.org wrote original Tix version. Updated for tk8.0, Win32 and perl by Nick Ing-Simmons.
window manager, wm, TIX