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Prima::StdDlg

Prima::StdDlg

Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (3) Updated: 2009-02-24
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NAME

Prima::StdDlg - wrapper module to the toolkit standard dialogs  

DESCRIPTION

Provides a unified access to the toolkit dialogs, so there is no need to "use" the corresponding module explicitly.  

SYNOPSIS

        use Prima::StdDlg;

        Prima::FileDialog-> create-> execute;
        Prima::FontDialog-> create-> execute;

        # open standard file open dialog
        my $file = Prima::open_file;
        print "You've selected: $file\n" if defined $file;

 

API

The module accesses the following dialog classes:
Prima::open_file
Invokes standard file open dialog and return the selected file(s). Uses system-specific standard file open dialog, if available.
Prima::save_file
Invokes standard file save dialog and return the selected file(s). Uses system-specific standard file save dialog, if available.
Prima::OpenDialog
File open dialog.

See ``Prima::OpenDialog'' in Prima::FileDialog

Prima::SaveDialog
File save dialog.

See ``Prima::SaveDialog'' in Prima::FileDialog

Prima::ChDirDialog
Directory change dialog.

See ``Prima::ChDirDialog'' in Prima::FileDialog

Prima::FontDialog
Font selection dialog.

See Prima::FontDialog.

Prima::FindDialog
Generic 'find text' dialog.

See Prima::EditDialog.

Prima::ReplaceDialog
Generic 'find and replace text' dialog.

See Prima::EditDialog.

Prima::PrintSetupDialog
Printer selection and setup dialog.

See Prima::PrintDialog.

Prima::ColorDialog
Color selection dialog.

See ``Prima::ColorDialog'' in Prima::ColorDialog.

Prima::ImageOpenDialog
Image file load dialog.

See ``Prima::ImageOpenDialog'' in Prima::ImageDialog.

Prima::ImageSaveDialog
Image file save dialog.

See ``Prima::ImageSaveDialog'' in Prima::ImageDialog.

 

AUTHORS

Anton Berezin <tobez@plab.ku.dk>, Dmitry Karasik, <dmitry@karasik.eu.org>.  

SEE ALSO

Prima, Prima::Classes


 

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SEE ALSO

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