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WIDGET_AUTO_BASE

WIDGET_AUTO_BASE

This function is used to create the top-level base widget for any auto-managed ENVI Classic widget. The function returns the widget ID of the newly created base.

An alternative is to use the WIDGET_ID property to ENVI along with the WIDGET_BASE routine in IDL.

Syntax


Result = WIDGET_AUTO_BASE([, GROUP=widget ID] [, TITLE=string] [, /XBIG] [, /YBIG])

Keywords


GROUP (optional)

Use this keyword to specify the ID of an existing widget that serves as “group leader” for the newly created widget. When a group leader is killed, for any reason, all widgets in the group are also destroyed. A given widget can be in more than one group. It is not possible to remove a widget from an existing group.

TITLE (optional)

Use this optional string keyword to specify a title for the top-level widget.

XBIG (optional)

Set this keyword if the widget will be large in the horizontal direction.

YBIG (optional)

Set this keyword if the widget will be large in the vertical direction.

Example


This routine is an example of how to select multiple ROIs using a compound widget.

   
PRO ROI_MULTI_SEL
  envi_select, title='Input Filename', fid=fid
  if (fid eq -1) then return
  roi_ids = envi_get_roi_ids(fid=fid, roi_names=roi_names)
  if (roi_ids[0] eq -1) then begin
     print, 'No regions associated with the selected file'
     return
  endif
   
  ; Compound widget for ROI selection
  base = widget_auto_base(title='ROI Selection')
  wm   = widget_multi(base, list=roi_names, uvalue='list', /auto)
  result = auto_wid_mng(base)
  if (result.accept eq 0) then return
  ptr = where(result.list eq 1)
  print, roi_names[ptr]
  print, roi_ids[ptr]
END

API Version


3.1.0



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