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Sigma KEE - GUIButton
GUIButton

appearance as argument number 1
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(disjoint GUIButton ComputerKeyboardKey) ComputerInput.kif 964-964 disjoint GUIButton and ComputerKeyboardKey
(disjoint GUIButton ComputerTouchscreenKeyboard) ComputerInput.kif 966-966 disjoint GUIButton and ComputerTouchscreenKeyboard
(disjoint GUIButton ComputerTouchscreenKeypad) ComputerInput.kif 965-965 disjoint GUIButton and ComputerTouchscreenKeypad
(documentation GUIButton EnglishLanguage "A GUIButton is an image of a button on a GUIElement that a user may click on or ''hold down'' to indicate a UserSignifiedAction. The button's graphical appearance changes once it is selected. An icon of a ComputerKeyboardKey is not considered to be a GUIButton. A GUIButton may have labeling text or symbol displayed on or adjacent it. The active area for selecting a GUI button may be the area of the button itself or may include the area of text labeling the box.") ComputerInput.kif 958-963
(subclass GUIButton ComputerInputButton) ComputerInput.kif 957-957 subclass GUIButton and ComputerInputButton
(subclass GUIButton GUIActiveArea) ComputerInput.kif 956-956 subclass GUIButton and GUIActiveArea

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(disjoint ScrollBar GUIButton) ComputerInput.kif 980-980 disjoint ScrollBar and GUIButton
(disjoint TextBox GUIButton) ComputerInput.kif 1133-1133 disjoint TextBox and GUIButton
(subclass GUIRadioButton GUIButton) ComputerInput.kif 968-968 subclass GUIRadioButton and GUIButton
(subclass ScrollBarArrowButton GUIButton) ComputerInput.kif 1009-1009 subclass ScrollBarArrowButton and GUIButton


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