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Hi again, I was looking at this offline, and thought it would be nice if your had a "fontselect" dialog. The "Tk::FontDialog" works on Linux and Win32. Here are some additions,(which you might consider). I have it working on my linux machine, and you might want to check how changing fonts may affect your "line-numbers display".

I didn't fully make the $font an object variable, you could do that. Anyways:

package main; use Tk; use Tk::ROText; use Tk::DialogBox; use Tk::FontDialog; #use Data::Dumper; our $VERSION = 0.1; # create the main window, a menu frame at top, a second scrollbar at r +ight and a scrolled my $app; $app->{mw} = MainWindow->new( -title => "hugepad" ); $app->{menu} = $app->{mw}->Frame()->pack( -side => "top", -fill +=> "x" ); my $font; my $fd = $app->{mw}->FontDialog(-nicefont => 0, -title => 'Select Font', -applycmd => \&apply_font, ); $app->{fontbut} = $app->{menu}->Button(-text => 'Choose Font', -command => sub { $font = $fd->Show; apply_font($font); })->pack(-side => 'right');


sub apply_font { my $font = shift; if (defined $font) { $app->{fontbut}->configure(-font => $font); $app->{mw}->RefontTree(-font => $font); } }

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In reply to Re: hugepad by zentara
in thread hugepad by Rudif

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