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MWAPI - TITLE

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6.4.36 TITLE elattribute

Definition

TITLE specifies text that appears within or adjacent to a gadget.

If the value of the TITLE elattribute contains a mnemonichar and the gadget is of a type that can get focus, the character following the mnemonichar is a mnemonic character that may enable the user, via the keyboard, to give focus to the gadget and the mnemonichar is not displayed. If two mnemonichars are immediately adjacent within a TITLE value, no mnemonic character is defined and a single mnemonichar appears in the displayed title text. If the value of the TITLE elattribute contains a mnemonichar and the gadget is not of a type that can get focus, the mnemonichar is ignored. The character mnemonichar cannot itself be used as a mnemonic character.

For a check box gadget, TITLE specifies the text that appears adjacent to the selection area.

For a group frame gadget, TITLE specifies text that appears within or overlaying the frame.

For a label gadget, TITLE specifies the label text.

For a document, list box, list button, list entry box, long list box, radio button set, or text gadget, TITLE specifies text that appears adjacent to the gadget.

For a push button, TITLE specifies the text that appears on the button.

Domain chars
Access Create, Reference
Default For a label gadget, TITLE defaults to an emptystring. For other gadget types, TITLE defaults to none.
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