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[protege-discussion] Is there an available widget to just add descriptive text to a form - without tying the widget to a slot ?

Schultz, Ron ron.schultz at vectorsgi.com
Wed Apr 4 11:59:44 PDT 2007


Great - this is exactly what I was looking for. 

Thanks.

Ron Schultz 

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Samson Tu
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 11:26 AM
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Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Is there an available widget to just
add descriptive text to a form - without tying the widget to a slot ?

Schultz, Ron wrote:
> Is there an available Protege widget to just add text to a form
without 
> requiring that the widget be associated with a slot ?

I don't think so. However, you can fake static text on a form by 
creating a slot at a class and give it a text template slot value. In 
the forms tab, configure the slot widget to get rid of the slot label 
and place the widget wherever you want the text to appear. Every 
instance form of that class would display the text.

Samson
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