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Re: Nested Dialogs

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  • Subject: [mg80179] Re: Nested Dialogs
  • From: Albert <awnl at arcor.net>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 07:06:00 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <f91jmn$7m0$1@smc.vnet.net> <f96j1g$q2k$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hi David,

> It hangs for me too. You can create nested (Java) dialog boxes with my 
> free SuperWidgetPackage. For example:
> 
> Needs["SuperWidgetPackage`"]
> 
> l2[_] := {"Level 2", SuperWidgetButton[Null, "Ok", 1]} //
>     SuperGUIRunModal;
> 
> {"Level 1", {SuperWidgetButton[Null, "Deeper", l2],
>     SuperWidgetButton[Null, "OK", 1]}} // SuperGUIRunModal
> 

thanks for your answer, I was already thinking that I would have to go 
for something else if I insist on modal dialogs. I have done this 
successfully with direct access to Java-Swing-Widgets via JLink, but of 
course that will not give me the possibility to use all the new dynamic 
stuff within the dialog, which is what I'm really after. Do you know a 
way to embed something like a Manipulate in a Swing-Dialog? Are you 
planning to incorporate something like this in the Super-Widgets? I for 
one can't imagine that it's possible, but you for sure have gained more 
insight to these matters when working on the SWP...

cheers,

albert


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