Functions for wxBitmapButton class

A bitmap button is a control that contains a bitmap.

Notice that since wxWidgets 2.9.1 bitmap display is supported by the base wxButton class itself and the only tiny advantage of using this class is that it allows specifying the bitmap in its constructor, unlike wxButton. Please see the base class documentation for more information about images support in wxButton.


This class supports the following styles:

See: wxButton

This class is derived (and can use functions) from: wxButton wxControl wxWindow wxEvtHandler

wxWidgets docs: wxBitmapButton

Event types emitted from this class: command_button_clicked


Option =
    {pos, {X :: integer(), Y :: integer()}} |
    {size, {W :: integer(), H :: integer()}} |
    {style, integer()} |
    {validator, wx:wx_object()}

Constructor, creating and showing a button.

Remark: The bitmap parameter is normally the only bitmap you need to provide, and wxWidgets will draw the button correctly in its different states. If you want more control, call any of the functions SetBitmapPressed() (not implemented in wx), wxButton:setBitmapFocus/2, wxButton:setBitmapDisabled/2.

See: create/5, wxValidator (not implemented in wx)


Winid = integer()

Helper function creating a standard-looking "Close" button.

To get the best results, platform-specific code may need to be used to create a small, title bar-like "Close" button. This function is provided to avoid the need to test for the current platform and creates the button with as native look as possible.

Return: The new button.

Since: 2.9.5