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DefaultButton

DefaultButton
represents an OK button that closes a dialog, and is the default when Enter is pressed in the dialog.
DefaultButton[action]
represents a button that is labeled OK, and whose action is to evaluate action.
DefaultButton
uses label as the label for the button.
  • In dialogs created with DialogInput or CreateDialog, pressing Enter is effectively equivalent to clicking the OK button.
  • If there are several default buttons in a single dialog, Enter will use the first one in the dialog.
Create dialog input, and use DefaultButton to dismiss dialog:
Create dialog input, and use DefaultButton to dismiss dialog:
Create a dialog with a Locator, and return the last location:
DefaultButton is a special case of Button:
Create a dialog with an OK button; the window is dismissed with a click or Enter:
Create a dialog that holds evaluations until the dialog is dismissed:
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