gstatusbar: Constructor of status bar widget

Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

View source: R/gstatusbar.R

Description

A status bar widget is used to send message to the user. A familiar instance is the bottom area of a web browser.

Usage

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gstatusbar(text = "", container = NULL, ..., toolkit = guiToolkit())

Arguments

text

Initial text of status bar

container

Optional container to attach widget to. Should be gwindow object

...

Passed to add method of container

toolkit

Which GUI toolkit to use

Details

The status bar simply shows a message in a label, typically at the bottom of a window. The svalue and svalue<- methods can be used to query or set the text. message onto the stack.

Statusbars should be added to the top-level gwindow instance.

Examples

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## Not run: 
  w <- gwindow("status bar example")
  tbl <- list(quit=list(icon="quit",
    handler = function(...) dispose(w)))
  tb <- gtoolbar(tbl, container=w)
  sb <- gstatusbar("", container=w)
  txt <- gtext("type here", container=w)
  addHandlerChanged(txt, handler=function(h,...)
    svalue(sb) <- paste("You typed",svalue(txt),"in the  box",collapse=" "))


## End(Not run)

gWidgets documentation built on May 31, 2017, 4:50 a.m.