Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton -- toolbar button for history "back" or "forward"
use Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton; my $item = Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton->new (history => $my_history, way => 'forward'); $toolbar->add ($item);
Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton is a subclass of
Gtk2::Widget Gtk2::Container Gtk2::Bin Gtk2::ToolItem Gtk2::ToolButton Gtk2::MenuToolButton Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton
This is a toolbar button which invokes either
forward on a
Gtk2::Ex::History object. The arrow part of the button presents a menu of the history in that direction.
+-------------+---+ | | | | ==> Forward | V | | | | +-------------+---+ +---------------+ | Some Thing | | Another Place | | Future Most | +---------------+
Gtk2::Ex::History::Button can be put in a
Gtk2::ToolItem and used in a toolbar for a similar result. The difference is whether you prefer the menu popup with an arrow or with mouse button-3. The arrow has the advantage of a visual indication that there's something available.
$item = Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton->new (key => value, ...)
Create and return a new history button. Optional key/value pairs can be given to set initial properties, as per
historyproperty should be set to say what to display and act on, and
wayfor back or forward.
my $item = Gtk2::Ex::History::MenuToolButton->new (history => $history, way => 'forward');
The history object to act on.
Gtk2::Ex::History::Way, default 'back')
The direction to go, either "back" or "forward".
Gtk2::ToolButton) is set from this, either
Gtk2-Ex-History is Copyright 2010, 2011 Kevin Ryde
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