PrF UG forms widget configuration

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The Widget Configuration Dialog


Protege-Frames User's Guide
Forms
Understanding Forms
Forms Tab
Form Browser
Form Buttons
Form Editor
Display Slot Menu
Selected Widget Type Menu
Widget Configuration Dialog
Form Configuration Dialog Box
Default Widget Types
Additional String Widgets
Instance Row and Table Widgets
Contains Widget
Direct Instances Widget
Global Characteristics
Moving or Resizing a Widget
Widget Configuration Properties
Selecting a Widget Display
Hiding a Widget
Customizing a Row or Table Widget
Customizing a Contains Widget
Using a Resource List Widget
Additional Widget Types
Glossary, Editing Help

The Widget Configuration dialog box allows you to customize the label, buttons, and other properties of a selected widget. This dialog has a number of tabs, depending on the widget type.

Note: To select a different widget type, use the Form Configuration dialog or the Selected Widget Type menu.

The General Tab

The General tab displays the names of the class and slot with which the widget is associated. For simple widgets, the General tab is the only tab that is available.

You can customize the following at the General tab:

  • Edit the Label that is used for the widget on the form.

  • Create a Tool Tip that displays when the user hovers the cursor over the widget label.

The example below shows the General tab for the Name widget in the Editor form.

Widget Configuration dialog, General tab

The Buttons Tab

The Buttons tab is available for widgets with buttons, such as Class and Instance widgets, as well as all widgets with multiple Cardinality. For example, the dialog box for a standard InstanceListWidget also has a Buttons tab. This tab allows you to choose which buttons to display on the form.

Widget Configuration dialog, Buttons tab

Additional Tabs

The InstanceRowWidget, InstanceTableWidget, and ContainsWidget show additional widget-specific tabs. See the topics for these widgets for more information.


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