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       ttk::progressbar - Provide progress feedback


       ttk::progressbar pathName ?options?


       A  ttk::progressbar widget shows the status of a long-running operation.  They can operate
       in two modes: determinate mode shows the amount completed relative to the total amount  of
       work  to be done, and indeterminate mode provides an animated display to let the user know
       that something is happening.


       -class                -cursor              -takefocus

       See the ttk_widget manual entry for details on the standard options.


       Command-Line Name:-length
       Database Name:  length
       Database Class: Length

              Specifies the length of the long axis of the progress  bar  (width  if  horizontal,
              height if vertical).

       Command-Line Name:-maximum
       Database Name:  maximum
       Database Class: Maximum

              A floating point number specifying the maximum -value.  Defaults to 100.

       Command-Line Name:-mode
       Database Name:  mode
       Database Class: Mode

              One of determinate or indeterminate.

       Command-Line Name:-orient
       Database Name:  orient
       Database Class: Orient

              One of horizontal or vertical.  Specifies the orientation of the progress bar.

       Command-Line Name:-phase
       Database Name:  phase
       Database Class: Phase

              Read-only  option.   The  widget  periodically  increments the value of this option
              whenever the -value is greater than 0 and, in determinate mode, less than -maximum.
              This  option  may  be  used  by  the  current theme to provide additional animation

       Command-Line Name:-value
       Database Name:  value
       Database Class: Value

              The current value of the progress bar.  In determinate mode,  this  represents  the
              amount  of  work  completed.   In  indeterminate  mode,  it  is  interpreted modulo
              -maximum; that is, the progress bar completes one “cycle” when the -value increases
              by -maximum.  If -variable is set to an existing variable, specifying -value has no
              effect (the variable value takes precedence).

       Command-Line Name:-variable
       Database Name:  variable
       Database Class: Variable

              The name of a global Tcl variable which is linked to the -value.  If  specified  to
              an  existing  variable,  the -value of the progress bar is automatically set to the
              value of the variable whenever the latter is modified.


       pathName cget option
              Returns the current value of the specified option; see ttk::widget(3tk).

       pathName configure ?option? ?value option value ...?
              Modify or query widget options; see ttk::widget(3tk).

       pathName identify x y
              Returns the name of the element at position x, y.  See ttk::widget(3tk).

       pathName instate statespec ?script?
              Test the widget state; see ttk::widget(3tk).

       pathName start ?interval?
              Begin autoincrement mode: schedules a recurring timer event that calls  step  every
              interval  milliseconds.   If  omitted,  interval  defaults  to  50 milliseconds (20

       pathName state ?stateSpec?
              Modify or query the widget state; see ttk::widget(3tk).

       pathName step ?amount?
              Increments the -value by amount.  amount defaults to 1.0 if omitted.

       pathName stop
              Stop autoincrement mode: cancels any recurring timer event  initiated  by  pathName


       The class name for a ttk::progressbar is TProgressbar.

       TProgressbar styling options configurable with ttk::style are:

       -background color
       -bordercolor color
       -darkcolor color
       -lightcolor color
              For the aqua theme.
              For the aqua theme.
       -troughcolor color

       Some options are only available for specific themes.

       See the ttk::style manual page for information on how to configure ttk styles.