There are several types of window that are directly controlled by the window manager (such as MS Windows, or the Motif Window Manager).
Frames and dialogs are similar in wxWidgets, but only dialogs may be modal.
Related Overviews: Common Dialogs
Related macros/global-functions group: Dialogs
|A frame is a window whose size and position can (usually) be changed by the user. More...|
|An MDI client window is a child of wxMDIParentFrame, and manages zero or more wxMDIChildFrame objects. More...|
|An MDI (Multiple Document Interface) parent frame is a window which can contain MDI child frames in its client area which emulates the full desktop. More...|
|An MDI child frame is a frame that can only exist inside a wxMDIClientWindow, which is itself a child of wxMDIParentFrame. More...|
|A miniframe is a frame with a small title bar. More...|
|A special kind of top level window used for popup menus, combobox popups and such. More...|
|A wxPopupWindow which disappears automatically when the user clicks mouse outside it or if it loses focus in any other way. More...|
|This class represents a property sheet dialog: a tabbed dialog for showing settings. More...|
|wxSplashScreen shows a window with a thin border, displaying a bitmap describing your application. More...|
|Shows simple text in a popup tip window on creation. More...|
|wxTopLevelWindow is a common base class for wxDialog and wxFrame. More...|