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       ttk::dialog - create a dialog box


       package require ttk::dialog ?0.8?
       ttk::dialog pathname ?options...?  ttk::dialog::define dialogType ?options...?


       A  dialog  box  is  a  transient  top-level window containing an icon, a short message, an
       optional, longer, detail message, and a row of command buttons.  When the user presses any
       of the buttons, a callback function is invoked and then the dialog is destroyed.

       Additional widgets may be added in the dialog client frame.


       [-title n/a]  Specifies  a  string  to  use  as  the window manager title.  [-message n/a]
       Specifies the message to  display  in  this  dialog.   [-detail n/a]  Specifies  a  longer
       auxiliary  message.  [-command n/a] Specifies a command prefix to be invoked when the user
       presses one of the command buttons.  The symbolic name of  the  button  is  passed  as  an
       additional  argument  to the command.  The dialog is dismissed after invoking the command.
       [-parent n/a] Specifies a toplevel window for which the dialog is transient.  If  omitted,
       the default is the nearest ancestor toplevel.  If set to the empty string, the dialog will
       not be a transient window.  [-type n/a] Specifies a built-in or user-defined dialog  type.
       See  PREDEFINED DIALOG TYPES, below.  [-icon n/a] Specifies one of the stock dialog icons,
       info, question, warning, error, auth, or busy.  If set to the empty string (the  default),
       no  icon  is  displayed.  [-buttons n/a] A list of symbolic button names.  [-labels n/a] A
       dictionary mapping symbolic button names to textual labels.  May be  omitted  if  all  the
       buttons  are  predefined.   [-default n/a]  The  symbolic  name  of  the  default  button.
       [-cancel n/a] The symbolic name of the "cancel" button.  The cancel button is  invoked  if
       the user presses the Escape key and when the dialog is closed from the window manager.  If
       -cancel  is  not  specified,  the   dialog   ignores   window   manager   close   commands


       ttk::dialog::clientframe dlg
              Returns  the  widget  path  of the client frame.  Other widgets may be added to the
              client frame.  The client frame appears between the detail message and the  command


       The   -type   option,   if   present,   specifies   default   values  for  other  options.
       ttk::dialog::define type options...  specifies a new stock  dialog  type.   The  following
       stock dialog types are predefined: ttk::dialog::define ok \
           -icon info -buttons {ok} -default ok ttk::dialog::define okcancel \
           -icon info -buttons {ok cancel} -default ok -cancel cancel ttk::dialog::define yesno \
           -icon question -buttons {yes no} ttk::dialog::define yesnocancel \
           -icon question -buttons {yes no cancel} -cancel cancel ttk::dialog::define retrycancel
           -icon question -buttons {retry cancel} -cancel cancel


       The following ``stock'' symbolic button names have predefined labels: yes, no, ok, cancel,
       and retry.

       It is not necessary to list these in the -labels dictionary.


       proc saveFileComplete {button} {
           switch -- $button {
            yes { # save file ... }      no  { exit }      cancel { # no-op }
           } }

       ttk::dialog .saveFileDialog \
           -title "Save file?" \
           -icon question \
           -message "Save file before closing?" \
           -detail "If you do not save the file, your work will be lost" \
           -buttons [list yes no cancel] \
           -labels [list yes "Save file" no "Don't save"] \
           -command saveFileComplete \


       tk_messageBox(n), wm(n), toplevel(n)