UserDialog Editor

 

Click the button or use the Edit | UserDialog Editor command to create and edit dialog boxes. You can design the dialog boxes visually and the code equivalent is automatically placed in the script. See BASIC Language Help for more information on each command, e.g., GroupBox, ComboBox, ListBox.

 

The UserDialog Editor Dialog

The horizontal toolbar contains the following tools:

·      Click the button to edit the selected object's properties.

·      Click the button to remove the selected object.

·      Click the button to place the selected object on the clipboard.

·      Click the button to copy the selected object to the clipboard.  

·      Click the button to insert the clipboard contents into the dialog.

·      Click the button to move the selected object down one line in the code toward the End Dialog command.

·      Click the button to move the selected object up one line in the code toward the Begin Dialog command.

·      Click the button to change the selected object to the next object in the code (down one line in the code toward the End Dialog command).

·      Click the button to change the selected object to the previous object in the code (up one line in the code toward the Begin Dialog command).

·      Click the button to change the grid properties. In the Grid Settings dialog, set the number of grid points, show or hide the grid, and snap objects to the grid.

·      Click the button to save the dialog and return to the script window.  

 

The vertical toolbar contains the following tools:

·      Click the button or press the ESC key to cancel an editing mode.

·      Click the button to add a text string to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a check box to the dialog. The check box toggles between setting or not setting an option.

·      Click the button to add a combo box to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a list box to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add an OK button to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a custom button to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a group box to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a text box to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add an option (radio) button to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a list box to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a multiple list button to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a cancel button to the dialog.

·      Click the button to add a graphic to the dialog.

 

 

See Also

Working With Scripts

Creating Dialogs