use WidgetDemo; my $TOP = $MW->WidgetDemo( -name => $demo, -text => 'Learn how to write a widget demonstration!', -title => 'WidgetDemo Demonstration', -iconname => 'WidgetDemo', -geometry_manager => 'grid', -font => $FONT, );
This constructor builds a standard widget demonstration window, composed of three frames. The top frame contains descriptive demonstration text. The bottom frame contains the ``Dismiss'' and ``See Code'' buttons. The middle frame is demonstration container, which came be managed by either the pack or grid geometry manager.
The -text attribute is supplied to a Label widget, which is left-adjusted with -wraplength set to 4 inches. If you require different specifications then pass an array to -text; the first element is the text string and the remaining array elements are standard Label widget attributes - WidgetDemo will rearrange things as required..
-text => ['Hello World!', qw/-wraplength 6i/],
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