Dialog


Dialogs inform users about critical information, require users to make decisions, or encapsulate multiple tasks within a discrete process. More...
import Material 0.2
Properties and Methods

Detailed Description

Dialogs inform users about critical information, require users to make decisions, or encapsulate multiple tasks within a discrete process

Properties

contentMargins : int
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dialogContent : alias
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floatingActions : bool
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hasActions : bool
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minimumWidth : int
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negativeButton : Button

The negative button, displayed as the leftmost button on the right of the dialog buttons. This is usually used to dismiss the dialog.

negativeButtonText : string
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positiveButton : alias

The primary button, displayed as the rightmost button in the dialog buttons row. This is usually used to accept the dialog's action.

positiveButtonEnabled : alias
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positiveButtonText : string
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primaryButton : Button

The primary button, displayed as the rightmost button in the dialog buttons row. This is usually used to accept the dialog's action.

text : alias
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title : alias
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Methods

closeKeyPressed(event)
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show()
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Signals

signal accepted()
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signal rejected()
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