Static Text O Directive

Syntax

%O= [ {I} ] [ B={} ] [ C = {} ] [ {F} ] Text %

Arguments

{I}

Character. Specifies images to display. Refer to List Box %O% Directive {I} Operator.

B={}

Character. Specifies background colors. Refer to List Box %O% Directive B Operator.

C={}

Character. Specifies foreground colors. Refer to List Box %O% Directive C Operator.

{F}

Character. Specifies font, size, and style. Refer to List Box %O% Directive {F} Operator.

Text

Character. Optional. Free-form text as required at any point after %O= and before %. The {LF} operator may be used to generate additional lines.

Description

The O directive allows you to format static text. When you have multiple directives in a Format string, you separate them with semi-colons ";".

Example 

flag = .t.
ui_dlg_box("Colored Text",<<%dlg%
Below is an example of 'owner draw' static text;
{lf};
{'%O={F=Arial,18,B}{B=Blue White,Yellow,Win3D}{C=Dark Blue}{I:'a5_attachments32'} Alpha Five Can Do Colored Static Text%?flag};
{lf};
{lf};
This is an Example of how static text can be enabled and disabled:;
{lf};
{'Check or clear the box to enable or disable me?flag};
(flag) Enable/Disable text;
%dlg%)

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