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Here you tell the compiler which panels you want to use. They will appea= r in the installer in the order in which they are listed in your XML instal= lation file.
The section Built-in Pa=
nel Types introduces the various panels available in IzPack. The usage =
of each is described, and the panels are listed by their class name (this i=
s the name that must be used with the
|At= tribute||De= scription||Re= quired|
||The class name of the panel. The a=
ttribute value is case-sensitive, meaning that if the case in the installat=
ion file differs from the case in the class file, the compiler will throw a=
|A unique identifier for a panel wh= ich can be used to reference this panel in userinput panel definitions.||No|
||The id of a condition that has to =
|The jar file where the classes for=
this panel can be found. If this attribute is empty or unspecified, the cl=
asses for this panel must be merged using the
Represents the percentage of le=
ft over vertical space to place on top of the components. Setting topBuffer=
=3D0 is useful if you don't want your panel to be moved up or down during d=
ynamic validation (showing and hiding components within the same panel). Th=
e topBuffer attribute may also represent the number of pixels to place on t=
op of the components rather than the percentage of left over space if the r=
igid attribute is set to true.
When set to true, the topBuffer= will represent the number of pixels to place on top of the components rath= er than a percentage. This is useful to avoid components moving up and down= during dynamic validation (showing and hiding components within the same p= anel), and where you would still like a gap to be placed on top of the comp= onents.
Specify optional, custom configuration parameters for a custom panel usi=
<configuration> element. Each pa=
rameter is specified using a nested
element, which must have both a
name and a
Specifies an optional help file for a panel. The contents of the help fi= le is shown in a small window on the panel, when the user clicks on the Help button.
The help file can contain text that is formated using HTML elements(<= p>,<h1>,<ul>,<li>, etc.).
The button is only shown when a help for the language exists.
||The ISO3 representation of the lan= guage in which the help is written.||Yes|
|The path where the compiler w= ill find the help file to display.||Yes|
Specifies an optional panel data validator. See the section Panel Validators.
Specifies one or more optional panel life-cycle actions. See the s= ection Panel Actions.
A basic selection of panels, including a conditional panel and a custom = panel contained in a jar, with a custom configuration.