Well Brian, TIMTOW :p
Not that every way is clean, neat and easily objectified
(thought I haven't looked into groupbox'ing myself ouside of Johan's GUI-Loft,
which I suggest you have a look at
[http://www.bahnhof.se/~johanl/perl/Loft/]) so I can't be
perfectly sure that such a way is currently in widespread
I was able to come up with something by simply creating the group box with
no text with the example I provided then positioning the radio button on
top. This gives me what I need but it's probably not the best way to
On 4/27/06, Plum,
I'm a bit
busy atm but will try to whip you up an answer asap, if Jez or Rob doesnt get
to it first.
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2006 9:04
Subject: Re: [perl-win32-gui-users] Adding
controls to tab strip items.
What I'm looking to create is a page similar to the tcp/ip properties
dialog which has 2 radio buttons. The second button has a group box
around it wich when checked enables other controls.
I was able to create the visual element by:
my $btnStatic =
-name => "btnStatic",
-text => "Use
the following IP Address:",
-pushstyle => WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE | 7, # GroupBox
This gives me the visual element but using -pushstyle with AddRadioButton
causes the radio button to disappear altogether.
On 4/27/06, Brian
Fredette <email@example.com >
Thanks for the advice. I was able to get things working with this
method. Another unrelated question .... is there a package to
create a 3D type border around a control to visually group off some