SalLine

PPJ.Runtime.Windows.SalLine

Namespace: PPJ.Runtime.Windows

Assembly: PPJ.Runtime.49 (4.9.0.0)

Line control implementation.

public class SalLine : Control, ISalWindow

Constructors

Constructs a new SalLine control. This class cannot be used as second-base class.

Properties

Boolean: Gets/Sets a property than enables the control to process mouse events. When set to false (default) the control is transparent to the mouse. (Default: False)

Int32: Line size.

LineStyle: Line style. (Default: Solid)

LineType: Line type.

SalNamedProperties: Returns the collection of named properties.

Methods

Brings a window to the top of all overlapping windows.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Centers a window. If the window is a top-level window, it centers it on the desktop. If the window is a child window, it centers it on top of its parent.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Clears a window's cursor.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Destroys a form window, a top-level table window, or a modeless dialog box created with SalCreateWindow.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Disables keyboard and mouse input to a window. If the window contains text (for example, a push button), the text is grayed. If the window is a data field, it cannot receive the focus.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Enables keyboard and mouse input to a window.

Returns: SalBoolean.

This function finds a child window of a given name in the specified window.

Returns: SalWindowHandle.

Dispatches the specified message (Window Actions) directly to the control's WindowActions event handlers, without going through Windows message loop.

Returns: SalNumber.

Computes the number of pixels in the number of form units. Form units are a unit of measurement used by functions which move and position objects. Form units are computed using physical units (pixels) in conjunction with the window's font size.

Returns: SalNumber.

Return the name of a window's class as a string.

Returns: SalString.

Returns an object's type.

Returns: SalNumber.

Returns the handle of the first child window of the specified type. You can use this function to get the handles of MDI child windows.

Returns: SalWindowHandle.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Gets the name of an object.

Returns: SalString.

Returns the handle of the next child window that matches a specified type.

Returns: SalWindowHandle.

Returns the handle of an object's parent window.

Returns: SalWindowHandle.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Gets the value of a named property.

Returns: SalString.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Returns: SalNumber.

Retrieves the text of a window.

Returns: SalString.

Gets a window's color.

Returns: SalNumber.

Returns a window's current state.

Returns: SalNumber.

Hides a window.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Causes a window to be repainted.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Determines whether a window is an instance of the specified class.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Determines whether a window is enabled for mouse and keyboard input.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Determines whether a window is currently visible.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Destroys an object's system timer.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Moves a window a given number of form units on the X and Y axes relative to its current position.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Computes the number of form units based on the number of pixels. Form units are a unit of measurement used by functions that move and position objects. Form units are computed using physical units (pixels) in conjunction with a window's font sizes.

Returns: SalNumber.

Posts the specified message to a window by adding nMsg to hWndReceiver's message queue.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sends the specified message to a window. SalSendMsg does not return until the processing for the message is complete.

Returns: SalNumber.

Sends a message to all child items of a form window, dialog box, table window, or MDI window.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Defines a named popup menu that displays automatically when a window receives SAM_ContextMenu.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Defines a named popup menu that displays automatically when a window receives SAM_ContextMenu.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets a window's cursor.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets a window's cursor.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets a window's cursor from a string variable.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets an application-defined cursor for the specified window. Use this function to set the cursor from an image stored in a file.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets the focus to a specified window.

Returns: SalWindowHandle.

Sets a window's font, font size, and font enhancements.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Moves a window to a new position (x, y) on the X and Y axes.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets the value of a named property.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Resizes a window.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets the text of a window.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Creates a system timer for a given object. When a timer event occurs, sends SAM_Timer messages to the object in specified intervals. Timers are a limited global resource. Your application must check the value returned by SalTimerSet to verify that the timer was created.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Sets a window's color.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Makes a window visible.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Creates pop-up menus at runtime.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Creates pop-up menus at runtime.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Forces the update of a window.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Starts the Windows help system.

Returns: SalBoolean.

Processes messages for this control.

Events

SalMessageHandler Message Actions

WindowActionsEventHandler Window Actions

Implements

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