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18.17 The Frame Widget

Create a frame for enclosing other widgets using the Frame method. For example:

$parent->Frame( options )
The standard configuration options that apply to Frame are: -background, -bg, -borderwidth, -bw, -cursor, -height, -highlightbackground, -highlightcolor, -highlightthickness, -relief, -takefocus, and -width.

Other options are:

-class => name

The class associated with the frame.

-colormap => \$window

Specifies another window to share the colormap with. You can point to another window or use the value "new" to specify a new colormap. Default is undef.

-label => string

The string to use as a label for the frame.


Specifies options for the pack command.

-labelVariable => \$variable

Specifies a variable containing the text for the label.

-visual => type n

For the X Window System, changes the depth of colors.

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