Window positioning is handled by DtclTkDialogPosition - please see that command for details.
|>||w||tk window name||Window to use for dialog top-level. If the window name is prefixed with !, then the format is !class.w where class is the class name to be given to the dialog and .w is the window name.|
|>||title||string||Title to display in dialog's decorative frame.|
|>||text||string||Message to display in dialog.|
|>||bitmap||tk bitmap name||Bitmap to display in dialog. An empty string means none.|
|>||default||integer||Index of button that is to display the default ring. Use -1 to indicate no default.|
|>||command||string||Command to be invoked when a button is pressed. It will have button number appended.|
|>||args||strings||One or more strings to display in buttons
across the bottom of the dialog box. There are
three flag characters which can be pre-appended
to the button string to change the behaviour.
By default, the dialog is destroyed when the button
is pressed. If button name is pre-appended with a
dash (-), then the dash is removed and the dialog is
not destroyed when the button is pressed. The
three other flag ("!", "*",
"+") are used to select
pre-defined options for changine the display of the
button. "!" indicates a Cancel button and uses
appropiate colors. "*" Indicates an Ok button and
uses appropiate colors. "+" indicates a special
button and uses appropiate options (currently none).
These colors can all be changed using the
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