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Here is a basic example.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use warnings; use Tk; my $mw = MainWindow->new(); $mw->withdraw(); my $ftp_warn = $mw->messageBox( -title => 'Silly message', -message => "We are displaying a silly message, do you wish to conti +nue?", -type => 'YesNo', -icon => 'question', ); if ( $ftp_warn eq 'No' ) { exit; }else { my $msg2 = $mw->messageBox( -title => 'Really?', -message => "We displayed silly message and you wish to continue?" +, -type => 'OK', -icon => 'question', ); while (1){ print "hit control-c to exit\n"; sleep 1; } }
and here is a little right click popup that can be very handy.
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; #set up main window display use Tk; my $mw = new MainWindow(-title => 'PopUp'); my @buttons = qw(A B C D E F G); #popup menu set up my $popupmenu = $mw->Menu(-tearoff => 0); foreach my $bt (reverse @buttons){ $popupmenu->insert(0, 'command', -label => $bt, #-command => [sub {print $popupmenu->cget('text') ."\n" +}], -command => [sub {print $bt ."\n"}], ); } $mw->bind("<Button-3>" => sub {$popupmenu->Popup(-popover => "cursor", -popanchor => 'nw'), -command => [sub {print "Popup\n"}]}); MainLoop();

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In reply to Re: Popup window for asking a question by zentara
in thread Popup window for asking a question by martyandpeg

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