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I have a listbox setup like so...
#Create the tape removal dialog box my $remove_dialog = $win->DialogBox(-title=>'Choose a tape', -buttons=>["Remove", "Cancel"] +); #Create the listbox to hold the tape numbers my $remove_list = $remove_dialog->Listbox(-width=>'25', -height=>'5', -font=>$font)->pack; #Get the tapes that are stored my @stored_tapes = getTapes(); #Put each tape in the listbox foreach my $tape (@stored_tapes) {$remove_list->insert('end',$tape);} #Show the $remove_dialog box to the user my $remove_result = $remove_dialog->Show; if($remove_result eq "Remove") { my $test = $remove_list->get('active'); print $test; }
This works fine. The problem is ... when I click Remove with nothing selected in the box
defaults to the first value in the list. I would like to be able to check for the case of the user not selecting an option.

Does anyone know how this is possible?

Thanks for any help, Gry

In reply to Tk Listbox problem by Grygonos

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