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# button.tcl --
#
# This file defines the default bindings for Tk label, button,
# checkbutton, and radiobutton widgets and provides procedures
# that help in implementing those bindings.
#
# Copyright (c) 1992-1994 The Regents of the University of California.
# Copyright (c) 1994-1996 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2002 ActiveState Corporation.
#
# See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and redistribution
# of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The code below creates the default class bindings for buttons.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
if {[tk windowingsystem] eq "aqua"} {
bind Radiobutton <Enter> {
tk::ButtonEnter %W
}
bind Radiobutton <1> {
tk::ButtonDown %W
}
bind Radiobutton <ButtonRelease-1> {
tk::ButtonUp %W
}
bind Checkbutton <Enter> {
tk::ButtonEnter %W
}
bind Checkbutton <1> {
tk::ButtonDown %W
}
bind Checkbutton <ButtonRelease-1> {
tk::ButtonUp %W
}
bind Checkbutton <Leave> {
tk::ButtonLeave %W
}
}
if {"win32" eq [tk windowingsystem]} {
bind Checkbutton <equal> {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W select
}
bind Checkbutton <plus> {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W select
}
bind Checkbutton <minus> {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W deselect
}
bind Checkbutton <1> {
tk::CheckRadioDown %W
}
bind Checkbutton <ButtonRelease-1> {
tk::ButtonUp %W
}
bind Checkbutton <Enter> {
tk::CheckRadioEnter %W
}
bind Checkbutton <Leave> {
tk::ButtonLeave %W
}
bind Radiobutton <1> {
tk::CheckRadioDown %W
}
bind Radiobutton <ButtonRelease-1> {
tk::ButtonUp %W
}
bind Radiobutton <Enter> {
tk::CheckRadioEnter %W
}
}
if {"x11" eq [tk windowingsystem]} {
bind Checkbutton <Return> {
if {!$tk_strictMotif} {
tk::CheckInvoke %W
}
}
bind Radiobutton <Return> {
if {!$tk_strictMotif} {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W
}
}
bind Checkbutton <1> {
tk::CheckInvoke %W
}
bind Radiobutton <1> {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W
}
bind Checkbutton <Enter> {
tk::CheckEnter %W
}
bind Radiobutton <Enter> {
tk::ButtonEnter %W
}
bind Checkbutton <Leave> {
tk::CheckLeave %W
}
}
bind Button <space> {
tk::ButtonInvoke %W
}
bind Checkbutton <space> {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W
}
bind Radiobutton <space> {
tk::CheckRadioInvoke %W
}
bind Button <FocusIn> {}
bind Button <Enter> {
tk::ButtonEnter %W
}
bind Button <Leave> {
tk::ButtonLeave %W
}
bind Button <1> {
tk::ButtonDown %W
}
bind Button <ButtonRelease-1> {
tk::ButtonUp %W
}
bind Checkbutton <FocusIn> {}
bind Radiobutton <FocusIn> {}
bind Radiobutton <Leave> {
tk::ButtonLeave %W
}
if {"win32" eq [tk windowingsystem]} {
#########################
# Windows implementation
#########################
# ::tk::ButtonEnter --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer enters a
# button widget. It records the button we're in and changes the
# state of the button to active unless the button is disabled.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonEnter w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# If the mouse button is down, set the relief to sunken on entry.
# Overwise, if there's an -overrelief value, set the relief to that.
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
$w configure -relief sunken -state active
set Priv($w,prelief) sunken
} elseif {[set over [$w cget -overrelief]] ne ""} {
$w configure -relief $over
set Priv($w,prelief) $over
}
}
set Priv(window) $w
}
# ::tk::ButtonLeave --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer leaves a
# button widget. It changes the state of the button back to inactive.
# Restore any modified relief too.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonLeave w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
$w configure -state normal
}
# Restore the original button relief if it was changed by Tk.
# That is signaled by the existence of Priv($w,prelief).
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
set Priv(window) ""
}
# ::tk::ButtonDown --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is pressed in
# a button widget. It records the fact that the mouse is in the button,
# saves the button's relief so it can be restored later, and changes
# the relief to sunken.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonDown w {
variable ::tk::Priv
# Only save the button's relief if it does not yet exist. If there
# is an overrelief setting, Priv($w,relief) will already have been set,
# and the current value of the -relief option will be incorrect.
if {![info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
}
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) $w
$w configure -relief sunken -state active
set Priv($w,prelief) sunken
# If this button has a repeatdelay set up, get it going with an after
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
set delay [$w cget -repeatdelay]
set Priv(repeated) 0
if {$delay > 0} {
set Priv(afterId) [after $delay [list tk::ButtonAutoInvoke $w]]
}
}
}
# ::tk::ButtonUp --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is released
# in a button widget. It restores the button's relief and invokes
# the command as long as the mouse hasn't left the button.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonUp w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) ""
# Restore the button's relief if it was cached.
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
# Clean up the after event from the auto-repeater
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
if {$Priv(window) eq $w && [$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
$w configure -state normal
# Only invoke the command if it wasn't already invoked by the
# auto-repeater functionality
if { $Priv(repeated) == 0 } {
uplevel #0 [list $w invoke]
}
}
}
}
# ::tk::CheckRadioEnter --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer enters a
# checkbutton or radiobutton widget. It records the button we're in
# and changes the state of the button to active unless the button is
# disabled.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::CheckRadioEnter w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
$w configure -state active
}
if {[set over [$w cget -overrelief]] ne ""} {
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
set Priv($w,prelief) $over
$w configure -relief $over
}
}
set Priv(window) $w
}
# ::tk::CheckRadioDown --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is pressed in
# a button widget. It records the fact that the mouse is in the button,
# saves the button's relief so it can be restored later, and changes
# the relief to sunken.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::CheckRadioDown w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {![info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
}
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) $w
set Priv(repeated) 0
$w configure -state active
}
}
}
if {"x11" eq [tk windowingsystem]} {
#####################
# Unix implementation
#####################
# ::tk::ButtonEnter --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer enters a
# button widget. It records the button we're in and changes the
# state of the button to active unless the button is disabled.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonEnter {w} {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# On unix the state is active just with mouse-over
$w configure -state active
# If the mouse button is down, set the relief to sunken on entry.
# Overwise, if there's an -overrelief value, set the relief to that.
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
$w configure -relief sunken
set Priv($w,prelief) sunken
} elseif {[set over [$w cget -overrelief]] ne ""} {
$w configure -relief $over
set Priv($w,prelief) $over
}
}
set Priv(window) $w
}
# ::tk::ButtonLeave --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer leaves a
# button widget. It changes the state of the button back to inactive.
# Restore any modified relief too.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonLeave w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
$w configure -state normal
}
# Restore the original button relief if it was changed by Tk.
# That is signaled by the existence of Priv($w,prelief).
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
set Priv(window) ""
}
# ::tk::ButtonDown --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is pressed in
# a button widget. It records the fact that the mouse is in the button,
# saves the button's relief so it can be restored later, and changes
# the relief to sunken.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonDown w {
variable ::tk::Priv
# Only save the button's relief if it does not yet exist. If there
# is an overrelief setting, Priv($w,relief) will already have been set,
# and the current value of the -relief option will be incorrect.
if {![info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
}
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) $w
$w configure -relief sunken
set Priv($w,prelief) sunken
# If this button has a repeatdelay set up, get it going with an after
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
set delay [$w cget -repeatdelay]
set Priv(repeated) 0
if {$delay > 0} {
set Priv(afterId) [after $delay [list tk::ButtonAutoInvoke $w]]
}
}
}
# ::tk::ButtonUp --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is released
# in a button widget. It restores the button's relief and invokes
# the command as long as the mouse hasn't left the button.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonUp w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {$w eq $Priv(buttonWindow)} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) ""
# Restore the button's relief if it was cached.
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
# Clean up the after event from the auto-repeater
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
if {$Priv(window) eq $w && [$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# Only invoke the command if it wasn't already invoked by the
# auto-repeater functionality
if { $Priv(repeated) == 0 } {
uplevel #0 [list $w invoke]
}
}
}
}
}
if {[tk windowingsystem] eq "aqua"} {
####################
# Mac implementation
####################
# ::tk::ButtonEnter --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer enters a
# button widget. It records the button we're in and changes the
# state of the button to active unless the button is disabled.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonEnter {w} {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# If there's an -overrelief value, set the relief to that.
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
$w configure -state active
} elseif {[set over [$w cget -overrelief]] ne ""} {
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
set Priv($w,prelief) $over
$w configure -relief $over
}
}
set Priv(window) $w
}
# ::tk::ButtonLeave --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse pointer leaves a
# button widget. It changes the state of the button back to
# inactive. If we're leaving the button window with a mouse button
# pressed (Priv(buttonWindow) == $w), restore the relief of the
# button too.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonLeave w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {$w eq $Priv(buttonWindow)} {
$w configure -state normal
}
# Restore the original button relief if it was changed by Tk.
# That is signaled by the existence of Priv($w,prelief).
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
set Priv(window) ""
}
# ::tk::ButtonDown --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is pressed in
# a button widget. It records the fact that the mouse is in the button,
# saves the button's relief so it can be restored later, and changes
# the relief to sunken.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonDown w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) $w
$w configure -state active
# If this button has a repeatdelay set up, get it going with an after
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
set Priv(repeated) 0
if { ![catch {$w cget -repeatdelay} delay] } {
if {$delay > 0} {
set Priv(afterId) [after $delay [list tk::ButtonAutoInvoke $w]]
}
}
}
}
# ::tk::ButtonUp --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is released
# in a button widget. It restores the button's relief and invokes
# the command as long as the mouse hasn't left the button.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonUp w {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
set Priv(buttonWindow) ""
$w configure -state normal
# Restore the button's relief if it was cached.
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
# Clean up the after event from the auto-repeater
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
if {$Priv(window) eq $w && [$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# Only invoke the command if it wasn't already invoked by the
# auto-repeater functionality
if { $Priv(repeated) == 0 } {
uplevel #0 [list $w invoke]
}
}
}
}
}
##################
# Shared routines
##################
# ::tk::ButtonInvoke --
# The procedure below is called when a button is invoked through
# the keyboard. It simulate a press of the button via the mouse.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::ButtonInvoke w {
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
set oldRelief [$w cget -relief]
set oldState [$w cget -state]
$w configure -state active -relief sunken
update idletasks
after 100
$w configure -state $oldState -relief $oldRelief
uplevel #0 [list $w invoke]
}
}
# ::tk::ButtonAutoInvoke --
#
# Invoke an auto-repeating button, and set it up to continue to repeat.
#
# Arguments:
# w button to invoke.
#
# Results:
# None.
#
# Side effects:
# May create an after event to call ::tk::ButtonAutoInvoke.
proc ::tk::ButtonAutoInvoke {w} {
variable ::tk::Priv
after cancel $Priv(afterId)
set delay [$w cget -repeatinterval]
if {$Priv(window) eq $w} {
incr Priv(repeated)
uplevel #0 [list $w invoke]
}
if {$delay > 0} {
set Priv(afterId) [after $delay [list tk::ButtonAutoInvoke $w]]
}
}
# ::tk::CheckRadioInvoke --
# The procedure below is invoked when the mouse button is pressed in
# a checkbutton or radiobutton widget, or when the widget is invoked
# through the keyboard. It invokes the widget if it
# isn't disabled.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
# cmd - The subcommand to invoke (one of invoke, select, or deselect).
proc ::tk::CheckRadioInvoke {w {cmd invoke}} {
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
uplevel #0 [list $w $cmd]
}
}
# Special versions of the handlers for checkbuttons on Unix that do the magic
# to make things work right when the checkbutton indicator is hidden;
# radiobuttons don't need this complexity.
# ::tk::CheckInvoke --
# The procedure below invokes the checkbutton, like ButtonInvoke, but handles
# what to do when the checkbutton indicator is missing. Only used on Unix.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::CheckInvoke {w} {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# Additional logic to switch the "selected" colors around if necessary
# (when we're indicator-less).
if {![$w cget -indicatoron] && [info exist Priv($w,selectcolor)]} {
if {[$w cget -selectcolor] eq $Priv($w,aselectcolor)} {
$w configure -selectcolor $Priv($w,selectcolor)
} else {
$w configure -selectcolor $Priv($w,aselectcolor)
}
}
uplevel #0 [list $w invoke]
}
}
# ::tk::CheckEnter --
# The procedure below enters the checkbutton, like ButtonEnter, but handles
# what to do when the checkbutton indicator is missing. Only used on Unix.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::CheckEnter {w} {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
# On unix the state is active just with mouse-over
$w configure -state active
# If the mouse button is down, set the relief to sunken on entry.
# Overwise, if there's an -overrelief value, set the relief to that.
set Priv($w,relief) [$w cget -relief]
if {$Priv(buttonWindow) eq $w} {
$w configure -relief sunken
set Priv($w,prelief) sunken
} elseif {[set over [$w cget -overrelief]] ne ""} {
$w configure -relief $over
set Priv($w,prelief) $over
}
# Compute what the "selected and active" color should be.
if {![$w cget -indicatoron] && [$w cget -selectcolor] ne ""} {
set Priv($w,selectcolor) [$w cget -selectcolor]
lassign [winfo rgb $w [$w cget -selectcolor]] r1 g1 b1
lassign [winfo rgb $w [$w cget -activebackground]] r2 g2 b2
set Priv($w,aselectcolor) \
[format "#%04x%04x%04x" [expr {($r1+$r2)/2}] \
[expr {($g1+$g2)/2}] [expr {($b1+$b2)/2}]]
# use uplevel to work with other var resolvers
if {[uplevel #0 [list set [$w cget -variable]]]
eq [$w cget -onvalue]} {
$w configure -selectcolor $Priv($w,aselectcolor)
}
}
}
set Priv(window) $w
}
# ::tk::CheckLeave --
# The procedure below leaves the checkbutton, like ButtonLeave, but handles
# what to do when the checkbutton indicator is missing. Only used on Unix.
#
# Arguments:
# w - The name of the widget.
proc ::tk::CheckLeave {w} {
variable ::tk::Priv
if {[$w cget -state] ne "disabled"} {
$w configure -state normal
}
# Restore the original button "selected" color; assume that the user
# wasn't monkeying around with things too much.
if {![$w cget -indicatoron] && [info exist Priv($w,selectcolor)]} {
$w configure -selectcolor $Priv($w,selectcolor)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,selectcolor) Priv($w,aselectcolor)
# Restore the original button relief if it was changed by Tk. That is
# signaled by the existence of Priv($w,prelief).
if {[info exists Priv($w,relief)]} {
if {[info exists Priv($w,prelief)] && \
$Priv($w,prelief) eq [$w cget -relief]} {
$w configure -relief $Priv($w,relief)
}
unset -nocomplain Priv($w,relief) Priv($w,prelief)
}
set Priv(window) ""
}
return
# Local Variables:
# mode: tcl
# fill-column: 78
# End:
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