Class XbpFontDialog() Foundation
Class function of the XbpFontDialog class.
The XbpFontDialog class provides the default font dialog that allows the user to define XbpFont objects at runtime of an Xbase++ program. The font dialog is derived from the XbpSysWindow class (see the XbpSysWindow class for more information). After an XbpFontDialog object has been created, values can be assigned to its instance variables to configure the font dialog. The dialog itself is provided by the operating system in the method :create(). The :display() method displays and activates the font dialog. This opens a window where font attributes can be set. Before the font dialog is visible on the screen three methods must be executed. The simplest approach is shown in the following program lines:
System dialogs such as the font dialog are always modal under Windows. The method :display() returns an XbpFont object and an Xbase++ program waits until the font dialog is closed.
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