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User-interface controls These Control Objects (page 164) are contained in windows, panels, and groups, and provide specific kinds of display and user interaction. StaticText Typically used to display text strings that are not intended for direct manipulation by a user, such as informative messages or labels. show(); EditText Allows users to enter text, which is returned to the script when the dialog is dismissed. Text in EditText elements can be selected, copied, and pasted. • Set the text property to assign the initial displayed text in the element, and read it to obtain the current text value, as entered or modified by the user.
Text = "Build"; For list controls (type list and dropdown), you can access the child list-item objects through the items array. Removing elements To add elements to a window, panel, or group, use the container's remove (page 176) method. This method accepts an object representing the element to be removed, or the name of the element, or the index of the element in the container's children collection (see "Accessing child elements" on page 61). The specified element is removed from view if it was currently visible, and it is no longer accessible from the container or window.