Place instances on an application window
The view for creating an instance is the object box view.
Select ((menu:View >> ObjectBox)) to pop it up.
[To pop-up the object box view]
The following figure shows the object box view.
[A view of the object box view]
If you move the mouse pointer over the icons in the object box view,
it shows its class name and some description in a balloon help.
You can drag and drop an icon to the instance of the application window
which is displayed.
See the section:[How to see the list of the application windows].
After displaying the application window, drag the icon and drop it
on the instance to place the object.
The following shows the kinds of objects.
| Kind || Description |
| Windows || Top windows or dialogs which receive a border
from the window manager |
| Forms || Areas which have window resources and manage child objects |
| Commands || Objects which have various functions, and do not have
window resources |
| Imported || Objects which are imported by the external libraries |
[A new push button on the application window.]
We call the object which manages child instances "Manager".
The following shows manager objects.
The instances of manager objects show a grid made of dots in editing mode
on the application builder.
| Manager || Class Name || Description |
| Windows || WSCwindow || Top window which is the base
of the application window |
| || WSCdialog || Dialog |
| Forms || WSCform || Area which has window resources.|
| || WSCscrForm || Scrolled area |
| || WSCsform || Area which has several sub-areas
and separators |
| || WSCindexForm || Area which has some index tabs |
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