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To enable users to open a property window, place an item labeled Properties on the Object menu, if there is one (Object stands for the type of the object whose properties the window displays--for example, Document) If your application has no Object menu, place the Properties item on the Edit menu Label the item Object Properties if the Edit menu also contains items for other property windows
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Title Text in Property Windows
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Property windows include title text, displayed in the title bar, as shown in Figure 11
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Figure 11 Title Text in the Title Bar of a Property Window
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Regardless of a property window's characteristics, the title text consists of the following items, in order:
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1 The name of the object that the window represents 2 A hyphen, preceded by one space and followed by another 3 The name of the command that opened the window
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In Figure 11, the window represents an object named SuperRivet The command that opened the window is Alloy Properties In property windows, format the title text as Object Name - Command, as shown in Figure 11 Object Name stands for the name of the currently displayed object Precede the hyphen by one space and follow it by one space Command stands for the name of the command that opened the property window) If a user might not know which application created a particular property window, include the application's name in that window's title text Format the title text like this: Object Name - Command - Application Name (Precede each hyphen by one space and follow it by one space) In the title text of inspecting property windows, update the current object's name each time you update the window's contents
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Command Buttons in Non-Inspecting Property Windows
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Table 4 describes the command buttons you can place in non-inspecting property windows
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Table 4 Command Buttons for Non-Inspecting Property Windows
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Updates the properties of the associated object Discards any changes made in the window since the last "apply" action The Reset command then refills the window's fields with the values from the associated object Updates the properties of the associated object and then closes the window Closes the property window but not the application If a user has changed the values in the window but has not applied them, the Close button opens an alert box containing the following text: "Your changes have not been saved To save the changes, click Apply To discard the changes, click Discard To cancel your Close request, click Cancel" Works like the Close button, except that the Cancel button does not display an alert box before discarding changes Displays help text in another window while leaving the property window open
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Before deciding which command buttons to place in a non-inspecting property window, estimate how many times a user needs to use the window before closing it If a user will use a property window only once before closing it, then place an OK and a Cancel button--in that order--at the bottom right of the window, as shown in Figure 12
Figure 12 Required Buttons for a Single-Use Property Window
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Optionally, you can add a Help button to the right of the Cancel button, as shown in Figure 13
Figure 13 Required and Optional Buttons for a Single-Use Property Window
If a user will use a property window repeatedly before closing it, place an Apply and a Close button--in that order--at the bottom right of the window, as shown in Figure 14
Figure 14 Required Buttons for a Repeated-Use Property Window
Optionally, you can place a Reset button between the Apply button and the Close button, and place a Help button to the right of the Close button, as shown in Figure 15
Figure 15 Required and Optional Buttons for a Repeated-Use Property Window
The following guidelines apply only to non-inspecting property windows Place either an OK button or an Apply button in non-inspecting property windows Make the OK button or the Apply button the default command button(For more information about default command buttons, see 10 of Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines, 2d ed) Place the dismissal button to the right of the OK button or Apply button
If a non-inspecting property window has an OK button, label its dismissal button Cancel Otherwise, label the dismissal button Close
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Ensure that clicking the title bar's close-window control has the same effect as clicking the window's Close or Cancel button Open an alert box if a user clicks the Close button before applying changes entered in the window In the alert box (which includes a Discard button), display the following text: "Your changes have not been saved To save the changes, click Apply To discard the changes, click Discard To cancel your Close request, click Cancel" If a non-inspecting property window has an Apply button, ensure that clicking the Apply button updates the associated object, using the current values from the property window If a non-inspecting property window has an OK button, ensure that clicking the OK button updates the properties values of the associated object and then closes the window If a non-inspecting property window needs a Reset button, place that button between the window's Apply and Close buttons Ensure that clicking the Reset button performs the following operations, in order:
1 Discards any changes made in that window since it opened, or since the last "apply" operation 2 Refills the window's fields with the current values of its associated object