From: Sean Healy <jalopeura@ho...> - 2003-09-16 13:05:26
>I have 2 sets of Radiobuttons the first has 2 buttons, the second has 3
>buttons for a total of 5. Both groups are inside groupboxes and the
>groupboxes are one above the other in my dialogbox.
>The problem is that only 1 of the 5 buttons can be checked. It is like
>are all in the same group and not 2 separate groups.
>Any idea what I need to do to make these 2 groups independant of each
There is an undocumented option for RadioButton, '-group'. When set to a
true value, it makes a RadioButton the first one of a group. All subsequent
RadioButtons belong to that group until another RadioButtons has -group set
to a true value. (Technically, '-group' is an option for any control, and
every control of any type belongs to the group, but as far as I know,
RadioButton is the only control whose behavior is actually modified by the
I hope I'm remembering this correctly, and not giving you bad info. I don't
have Win32::GUI installed on the machine I'm sitting at right now, so I
can't test and make sure.
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