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Here you tell the compiler w= hich panels you want to use. They will appear in the installer in the order= in which they are listed in your XML installation file.
The section =
Built-in Panel Types i=
ntroduces the various panels available in IzPack. The usage of each is desc=
ribed, and the panels are listed by their class name (this is the name that=
must be used with the
|The class name of the panel. The attribute value is c=
ase-sensitive, meaning that if the case in the installation file differs fr=
om the case in the class file, the compiler will throw an ||Ye= s|
|A unique identif= ier for a panel which can be used e.g. for referencing in userinput panel d= efinitions.||No|
|The id of a condition that= has to be evaluated to true in order for this panel to appear If this attr= ibute is not specified. the panel is always shown.||No|
|The jar file where the classes for this panel can be found. If this = attribute is empty or unspecified, the classes for this panel must be merge= d using the <jar> tag.||N= o|
Specify optional, custom configuration parameters for a custom panel using=
<configuration> element. Each para=
meter is specified using a nested=C2=A0
strong> element, which must have both a
Specifies an optional help fi= le for a panel. The contents of the help file is shown in a small window on= the panel, when the user clicks on the Help=C2=A0button.
Th= e help file can contain text that is formated using html elements(<p>= ,<h1>,<ul>,<li>, etc.).
The button is only shown wh= en a help in the language exists.
|= The ISO3 representation of the language in which the help is written.<= td colspan=3D"1" class=3D"confluenceTd">Yes|
|The=C2=A0path where the compiler will find the h= elp file to display.||Yes<= /tr>|
Spec= ifies an optional panel data validator. See the section=C2=A0Panel Data Validators.
Specifies one or more optional panel life-c= ycle actions. =C2=A0See the section=C2=A0Panel Actions.
A basic selection of panels, including a condit= ional panel and a custom panel contained in a jar, with a custom configurat= ion.=C2=A0