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Label - Panasonic TGP600 Developer's Manual

Hdv100/130/230/330/430.
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5.2.4. Label

[Overview]
A label is a user interface control which displays text on a form. It is usually a static control; having no
interactivity.
A label is generally used to identify a nearby text box or other widget.
Label is able to display single line. Multiple line text can't.
Actual string display priority of label is shown as below:
Highest priority
showDateTime
[Definition]
Child Element
name
area
line
text
textAlignment
showDateTime
refreshDateTime
[Syntax]
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ppxml
xmlns="http://panasonic/sip_phone"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:schemaLocation="http://panasonic/sip_phone sip_phone.xsd">
<Screen version="3.0">
<Components>
<!-- Label's example declaration -->
<Label name="labelTitle" area="Phone" line="2"
text="Screen title" textAlignment="Left" />
<!-- Label's minimal declaration -->
<Label name="labelName" line="3" text="Name"/>
<!-- Label's other example -->
<Label name="lbl123" area="Phone" line=" "
text=" " textAlignment="Left"
showDateTime="true" refreshDateTime="18000"/>
</Components>
</Screen>
</ppxml>
Lowest priority
text
Attributes
String
Phone
1~4 (4 line model)
(HDV130/230)
1~6 (6 line model)
(HDV330/430)
Displayed string
Left/Center/Right
true/false
0~86400
Value
m/o
m
o
m
m
o
o
o
34
Functionality
Max. 64 characters
Fixed area: Phone
The line number to display
the string
Content text in the label field.
Default=Left
Default=false
In second(s)
Default=0
0 means no refresh

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