A title string for the pane (or
Initargs to the title
The font used for the title.
How to adjust the title relative to the pane.
A message string for the pane (or
The initargs and font for the title-pane are passed via the
For subclasses other than interface, the font used for the message can be found by titled-object-message-font and set by (setf titled-object-message-font).
Place the title to the left of the pane.
Place the title to the right of the pane.
Place the title above the pane.
Place the title below the pane.
Place the title in a frame around the pane.
slot is used to adjust the title so that it is left justified, right justified or centered. The value of
can be any of the values accepted by the function pane-adjusted-offset, which are
mnemonic-title offers an alternate way to provide the pane's title, and with a mnemonic. It takes effect only for button-panel, list-panel, list-view, option-pane, output-pane, progress-bar, scroll-bar, slider, text-input-pane, text-input-range, tree-view and their subclasses, and is interpreted as described for menu.
Note: titles and mnemonic titles can now be added in a grid-layout.
Try each of these examples to see some of the effects that titled panes can produce. Note that text-input-pane is a subclass of
, and that it has a default
(capi:contain (make-instance 'capi:text-input-pane))
corresponds to the LispWorks 4.1 class
. For backwards compatibility the accessors
, including setf methods, are provided. These simply trampoline to
, and may not be supported in future releases.