set the style of <object> to <attribute>
Applies to backgrounds, bitmaps, buttons, cards, datasheets, fields, groups, movies, picklists, shapes
The style property determines the appearance of an object. For some types of objects, the style property can make available or hide object controls, as in the case of field scrollbars or movie controls. Only one style property can be in effect at any one time. Valid <attribute> values are listed below.
Fields: transparent; opaque; rectangle; shadow, gray
Buttons: transparent; opaque; rectangle; native; default; gray; checkbox; radiobutton; shadow Shapes: roundRect; rectangle; oval; upLine; downLine; horizontalLine; verticalLine
Bitmaps: transparent; opaque; rectangle; shadow, gray
Cards: plain, gray
Movies: rectangle; opaque; control; transparent; shadow, etched
PickLists: transparent; opaque; rectangle; shadow, gray
Backgrounds: plain, gray
Groups: rectangle; opaque; frame; transparent
DataSheets: transparent; opaque; rectangle; shadow, gray
Some examples include:
set the style of button "Ghost" to transparent set the style of bmp id 4 to opaque
This text has been mechanically extracted from the Oracle Media Objects 188.8.131.52 MediaTalk Reference, © 1995 Oracle Corporation, and is provided here solely for educational/historical purposes.