|FileChooser(3I)||InterViews Reference Manual||FileChooser(3I)|
FileChooser - dialog box for choosing a file name
FileChooser is a StringChooser that provides a complete dialog box interface to selecting a file name. The interface consists of two lines of descriptive text, a StringEditor for entering the file name explicitly, a FileBrowser, and two PushButtons, one for accepting and one for canceling the dialog.
- FileChooser(const char* title, const char* subtitle, const char* dir, int rows, int cols, const char* acceptLabel, Alignment)
- FileChooser(const char* name, const char*, const char*, const char*, int, int, const char* accept, Alignment)
- Construct a new FileChooser with the given title and subtitle, search directory dir, FileBrowser size specification rows and cols, label for the accept PushButton acceptLabel, and pop-up alignment. These constructors create all the elements of the dialog box and compose them into a default layout.
- void SetTitle(const char*)
- void SetSubtitle(const char*)
- Change the text in title or the subtitle. The new text will appear immediately in the dialog when either function is called.
- void SelectFile()
- Highlight the text in the StringEditor.
- void Update()
- FileChooser's Update simply calls Update on the FileBrowser instance to rescan the current directory and update its appearance.
- FileChooser(ButtonState*, Alignment = Center)
- Construct a new FileChooser with the given button state and pop-up alignment without creating FileBrowser, StringEditor, title, subtitle, or PushButton instances. This constructor should be called in subclasses requiring a specialized StringEditor or FileBrowser.
- FileChooser(ButtonState*, const char* dir, int rows, int cols, Alignment)
- Construct a new FileChooser (along with its StringEditor and its FileBrowser) with the given button state, search directory, FileBrowser size specification, and pop-up alignment without composing them into the default layout and without creating the title, subtitle, or PushButtons. This constructor should be used by FileChooser subclasses that define a specialized look and feel.
Button(3I), Dialog(3I), FileBrowser(3I), StringChooser(3I), StringEditor(3I)
|30 November 1989||InterViews|