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class

toggle-button-snip% : class?

  superclass: snip%

A check-box%-like control that a user can toggle between checked and unchecked states.

constructor

(new toggle-button-snip% 
    [images-off images-off] 
    [images-on images-on] 
    [turn-on turn-on] 
    [turn-off turn-off] 
    [[state state]]) 
  (is-a?/c toggle-button-snip%)
  images-off : (cons/c path-string? path-string?)
  images-on : (cons/c path-string? path-string?)
  turn-on : ((is-a?/c toggle-button-snip%) (is-a?/c event%) . -> . void?)
  turn-off : ((is-a?/c toggle-button-snip%) (is-a?/c event%) . -> . void?)
  state : (symbols 'on 'off) = 'on
The images-off argument is a pair filenames to be load as the button-label image, where the first is the image for when the button is at rest, and the second is the image for the button while its pressed—in both cases when the button is not checked by the user. The images-on argument similarly determines the images for then the button is checked.

The turn-on and turn-off callbacks are invoked when the button changes to checked or unchecked, respectively.

The state argument determines whether the button is initially checked.