ttk::label

Section: Tk Themed Widget (n)
Updated: 8.5
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NAME

ttk::label - Display a text string and/or image  

SYNOPSIS

ttk::label pathName ?options?



 

DESCRIPTION

A ttk::label widget displays a textual label and/or image. The label may be linked to a Tcl variable to automatically change the displayed text.  

STANDARD OPTIONS


-class     -compound-cursor
-image     -padding-style-takefocus
-text -textvariable-underline
-width

See the ttk_widget manual entry for details on the standard options.  

WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS


Command-Line Name:-anchor
Database Name:anchor
Database Class:Anchor
Specifies how the information in the widget is positioned relative to the inner margins. Legal values are n, ne, e, se, s, sw, w, nw, and center. See also -justify.


Command-Line Name:-background
Database Name:frameColor
Database Class:FrameColor
The widget's background color. If unspecified, the theme default is used.


Command-Line Name:-font
Database Name:font
Database Class:Font
Font to use for label text.


Command-Line Name:-foreground
Database Name:textColor
Database Class:TextColor
The widget's foreground color. If unspecified, the theme default is used.


Command-Line Name:-justify
Database Name:justify
Database Class:Justify
If there are multiple lines of text, specifies how the lines are laid out relative to one another. One of left, center, or right. See also -anchor.


Command-Line Name:-relief
Database Name:relief
Database Class:Relief
Specifies the 3-D effect desired for the widget border. Valid values are flat, groove, raised, ridge, solid, and sunken.


Command-Line Name:-text
Database Name:text
Database Class:Text
Specifies a text string to be displayed inside the widget (unless overridden by -textvariable).


Command-Line Name:-wraplength
Database Name:wrapLength
Database Class:WrapLength
Specifies the maximum line length (in pixels). If this option is less than or equal to zero, then automatic wrapping is not performed; otherwise the text is split into lines such that no line is longer than the specified value.
 

WIDGET COMMAND

Supports the standard widget commands configure, cget, identify, instate, and state; see ttk::widget(n).  

SEE ALSO

ttk::widget(n), label(n)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
STANDARD OPTIONS
WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS
WIDGET COMMAND
SEE ALSO
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