Gtk2_ScrollingLabel::startScroll

Gtk2_ScrollingLabel::startScroll – Begins scrolling the text from the start of the string.

Synopsis

require_once 'Gtk2/ScrollingLabel.php';

boolean Gtk2_ScrollingLabel::startScroll ( )

Description

startScroll() will make the text begin scrolling in the direction given by calling setDirection(). If the text is scrolling left to right (GTK2_SCROLLINGLABEL_RIGHT), the current character position is set to the end of the text. This means that the last character of the label will be the first character shown. If the text is scrolling right to left (GTK2_SCROLLINGLABEL_LEFT), the current character position is set to zero. This means that first character shown will be a blank space.

This method is best used when connected to an event.

Return value

returns true if the text has started scrolling. false otherwise.

Note

This function can not be called statically.

Connects the startScroll method to a given event. (Previous) Begins scrolling the label from its current position (Next)
Last updated: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 — Download Documentation
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