wxErlang

Reference Manual

Version 2.0.1

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wxMiniFrame

Module

wxMiniFrame

Module Summary

Functions for wxMiniFrame class

Description

A miniframe is a frame with a small title bar. It is suitable for floating toolbars that must not take up too much screen area.

An example of mini frame can be seen in the page_samples_dialogs using the "Mini frame" command of the "Generic dialogs" submenu.

Styles

This class supports the following styles:

Remark: This class has miniframe functionality under Windows and GTK, i.e. the presence of mini frame will not be noted in the task bar and focus behaviour is different. On other platforms, it behaves like a normal frame.

See: wxMDIParentFrame, wxMDIChildFrame, wxFrame, wxDialog

This class is derived (and can use functions) from: wxFrame wxTopLevelWindow wxWindow wxEvtHandler

wxWidgets docs: wxMiniFrame

new() -> wxMiniFrame()

Default ctor.

new(Parent, Id, Title) -> wxMiniFrame()

Types

Id = integer()
new(Parent, Id, Title, Options :: [Option]) -> wxMiniFrame()

Types

Id = integer()
Option =
    {pos, {X :: integer(), Y :: integer()}} |
    {size, {W :: integer(), H :: integer()}} |
    {style, integer()}

Constructor, creating the window.

Remark: The frame behaves like a normal frame on non-Windows platforms.

See: create/5

destroy(This :: wxMiniFrame()) -> ok

Destructor.

Destroys all child windows and menu bar if present.

create(This, Parent, Id, Title) -> boolean()

Types

Id = integer()
create(This, Parent, Id, Title, Options :: [Option]) -> boolean()

Types

Id = integer()
Option =
    {pos, {X :: integer(), Y :: integer()}} |
    {size, {W :: integer(), H :: integer()}} |
    {style, integer()}

Used in two-step frame construction.

See new/4 for further details.