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{NOCAPTION}

Syntax

{NOCAPTION}

Description

The {NOCAPTION} command suppresses the title bar of a dialog box. [Picture]

You should put a close button on any dialog box that has no caption.

Example 

files = <<%str%
apples.txt
oranges.txt
%str%
ui_dlg_box("Position",<<%dlg%
[%P=files%.40file] | <&Files!files>;
| <\>\>>;
| ;
%dlg%,<<%code%
if a_dlg_button = "files" then
    a_dlg_button = ""
    ui_modeless_dlg_box("Files",<<%dlg%
{position=dropdown}
{nocaption}
{close_on_leave}
{on_key=enter}
[.40,20file^#files!file_*]
%dlg%,<<%code1%
if a_dlg_button = "enter" .or. a_dlg_button = "file_dblclick" .or. a_dlg_button = "" then
    a_dlg_button = ""
    ui_modeless_dlg_close("Files")
end if
%code1%)
else if a_dlg_button = ">>" then
    a_dlg_button = ""
    ui_dlg_box("Files",<<%dlg%
{position=expandright}
[.40,20file^#files] 
%dlg%)
else if a_dlg_button = "sticky" then
    a_dlg_button = ""
    ui_dlg_box("Sticky",<<%dlg%
{position=relative,remember=sticky_window}
{size=remember=sticky_window}
This is a sticky dialog | ;
{stretch=center}
[.30,10dummy]
%dlg%)
end if
%code%)
images/Xdialog_buttons.gif

Limitations

Desktop applications only

See Also