Here is the code. It's messy, but commented ...
# this is basically a test to learn Win32::GUI
# launcher button on main bar
#launch the launcher panel and create panel as separate
#this is where I can type a command in and run it directly from
#run button on launcher window
# this executes the user input of $textfield
#exit the program. This is a test to figure out how to keep
#toolbar floating without exiting on button_Click.
# commented this out trying to troubleshoot
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 7:31 AM
Subject: RE: [perl-win32-gui-users]
keeping a window open
Do you have the Win::GUI::Dialog(); statement in
Ok, it may be that I have hacking at my script so long I
am cross-eyed, but it is too much fun to stop now. I figured the best way to
learn the Win32::GUI was to write a cool little toolbar with a couple of my
most used apps on it. It floats and brings up my apps like it should, but it
closes after I click the button for the app. How do I keep the script open
until I exit it manually?
I have an exit button but for the life of me I can't
figure out how to tell it
unless I click EXIT, stay
I will kick myself in advance in case this is a basic perl
coding issue and not a Win32gui issue.