represents a dialog notebook that can be manipulated by the Wolfram System front end.

Details and Options


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Basic Examples  (2)

Make a dialog notebook:

Make a dialog notebook that accepts input text:

Type something in the input field:

Click OK to assign the input to ret:

Scope  (1)

A dialog notebook with a variety of control objects:

Options  (3)

WindowFloating  (1)

Set to True to make a dialog box that stays on top of other windows:

WindowMargins  (1)

Position a dialog notebook at the upper left of the screen:

WindowTitle  (1)

Define the title bar text for a dialog notebook:

Properties & Relations  (2)

The following are equivalent:

PaletteNotebook and DialogNotebook use different default settings:

Introduced in 2007