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Since you're using a wxFrame, and subsequently on Show(1)ing, simply SetFocus after you show (if you're concerned, but I wouldn't worry about it).

On the other hand, it seems to me like you should be subclassing wxDialog, and you using ->ShowModal(). Also, you may wish to pass style along the lines of wxCAPTION|wxSYSTEM_MENU and maybe add a cancel button (goes along with the whole dialog idea).

Also, a good name for this baby would be Wx::Perl::LoginWindow (in the tradition of Wx::Perl::Carp,Wx::Perl::TreeChecker ... it's Mattia approved ;D)

And on a final note, instead of those comments at the bottom, I think code might be better (:

package main; unless( caller ){ if( @ARGV ) { LoginDialog->get_login(\my ($user, $passwd)); die "USER $user\n\nPASS $passwd\n\n"; } else { # Use defaults if available: my ($user, $passwd); # Default either one if desired $user = 'username'; unless ($user and $passwd) { # require LoginDialog LoginDialog->get_login(\($user, $passwd)); } } }

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In reply to Re: WxPerl Login Dialog by PodMaster
in thread WxPerl Login Dialog by runrig

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