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Controlling TOGGLE-BUTTON type in a VIEW
Subject: Controlling TOGGLE-BUTTON type in a VIEW
From: Scott McKay <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 94 17:57:49 EDT
In-Reply-To: Nichael Cramer's message of Fri, 1 Jul 94 12:03:14 EDT <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 94 12:03:14 EDT
From: Nichael Cramer <ncramer@BBN.COM>
I have my own TOGGLE-BUTTON gadgets (they work like the standard ones, but
I have control over their appearance: e.g. mac-like "X" buttons,
"check-mark" toggles, etc.).
When I want to cluster these by hand, tools like WITH-RADIO-BOX work just
My question has to do with using the :VIEW option (for example when using
ACCEPT). Is there any way to pass in/override the TOGGLE-BUTTON-type when
I specify the view?
There is not presently any way to do this, although it's actually a
pretty nice idea. It turns out that in some ports, the button classes
and radio/check boxes have a pretty incestuous relationship. This,
combined with the fact that there are some places where CLIM didn't
quite get the low-level details just right, makes it hard to do this.
On to my back-burner...
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