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Does anyone know how to use the -fill and -frame options with the AddLabel()
method? Do they even work? I can't tell from the documentation whether I
should specify multiple colors or just one, or whether I'm limited to the
colors listed. I've tried every combination I can think of, and I'm getting
nowhere. I can get -frame => "etched" to work, but then the text from my
-text option disappears (so really, I can't get it working). I feel like I
must be missing something obvious and simple. How hard could this really be?
Here's the documentation:
-fill => black/gray/white/none (default none)
Fills the control rectangle ("black", "gray" and "white" are
the window frame color, the desktop color and the window
background color respectively).
-frame => black/gray/white/etched/none (default none)
Draws a border around the control. colors are the same
of -fill, with the addition of "etched" (a raised border).