wxContextHelpButton

Instances of this class may be used to add a question mark button that when pressed, puts the application into context-help mode. It does this by creating a wxContextHelp object which itself generates a wxEVT_HELP event when the user clicks on a window.

On Windows, you may add a question-mark icon to a dialog by use of the wxDIALOG_EX_CONTEXTHELP extra style, but on other platforms you will have to add a button explicitly, usually next to OK, Cancel or similar buttons.

Derived from

wxBitmapButton
wxButton
wxControl
wxWindow
wxEvtHandler
wxObject

Include files

<wx/cshelp.h>

See also

wxBitmapButton, wxContextHelp



wxContextHelpButton::wxContextHelpButton



wxContextHelpButton(void)

Default constructor.



wxContextHelpButton( wxWindow* parent, wxWindowID id = wxID_CONTEXT_HELP, const wxPoint& pos = wxDefaultPosition, const wxSize& size = wxDefaultSize, long style = wxBU_AUTODRAW)

Constructor, creating and showing a context help button.

Parameters

parent
Parent window. Must not be NULL.

id
Button identifier. Defaults to wxID_CONTEXT_HELP.

pos
Button position.

size
Button size. If the default size (-1, -1) is specified then the button is sized appropriately for the question mark bitmap.

style
Window style.

Remarks

Normally you need pass only the parent window to the constructor, and use the defaults for the remaining parameters.

ymasuda 平成17年11月19日