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NAME

Win32::GUI::ProgressBar - Create and manipulate progress bar controls

DESCRIPTION

[TBD]

METHODS

Common methods apply to most windows, controls and resources.

new

new(PARENT, %OPTIONS)

Creates a new ProgressBar object; can also be called as PARENT->AddProgressBar(%OPTIONS).

Class specific %OPTIONS are:

    -smooth   => 0/1 (default 0)
        uses a smooth bar instead of the default segmented bar.
    -vertical => 0/1 (default 0)
        display progress status vertically (from bottom to top).

See also the common options.

DeltaPos

DeltaPos(VALUE)

Advances the position of the ProgressBar by a specified increment.

GetMax

GetMax()

[TBD]

GetMin

GetMin()

[TBD]

GetPos

GetPos()

Retrieves the current position of the ProgressBar.

GetRange

GetRange()

Retrieves Min and Max limits of the ProgressBar.

SetBarColor

SetBarColor(COLOR)

Sets the color of the progress indicator bar in the ProgressBar.

SetBkColor

SetBkColor(COLOR)

Sets the background color in the ProgressBar.

SetPos

SetPos(VALUE)

Sets the position of the ProgressBar to the specified VALUE.

SetRange

SetRange([MIN=0], MAX)

Sets the range of a ProgressBar between Min and Max value

SetStep

SetStep([VALUE=10])

Sets the increment value for the ProgressBar; see StepIt().

StepIt

StepIt()

Increments the position of the ProgressBar of the defined step value; see SetStep().

EVENTS

Common events apply to most windows and controls.

VERSION

Documentation for Win32::GUI v1.14 created 01 Jun 2017

This document is autogenerated by the build process. Edits made here will be lost. Edit docs/per_package.tpl instead.

SUPPORT

Homepage: http://perl-win32-gui.sourceforge.net/.

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COPYRIGHT and LICENCE

Copyright (c) 1997..2017 Aldo Calpini. All rights reserved.

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