Xbasic

{TOOLCAPTION}

Syntax

{TOOLCAPTION}

Description

The {TOOLCAPTION} causes the dialog to display a special half height title bar when the dialog is configured as a toolbar. NOTE: To configure a dialog to display as a toolbar, the dialog must be modeless, and must include the {DOCKABLE} command. If the dialog is configured as a standard modal dialog (i.e. it is displayed using the ui_dlg_box() function), then the {TOOLCAPTION} command turns off the red X button in the title bar.

Example 

'Display a modeless Xdialog configured to display as a toolbar.
ui_modeless_dlg_box("Toolcaption Test",<<%dlg%
{toolcaption}
{dockable=float}
This is a modeless dialog with the \{toolcaption} and \{dockable} command.;
It displays the special 'toolcaption' title bar.;
;
%dlg%)

Another Example:

'A standard modal Xdialog.
ui_dlg_box("Toolcaption Test",<<%dlg%
{toolcaption}
This is a modal dialog with the \{toolcaption} command.;
Notice that it does not have the red X button in the title bar.;
;
%dlg%)

Limitations

Desktop applications only.

See Also