This short video starts with two minutes of trying every widget on the example GUI. Then there is five and a half minutes of showing the callbacks on the widgets.
- Push button
- Push button with a picture
- Radio button
- Edit box
- Multi-line edit box
- Toggle button
- List box
- Popup menu
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very comprehensive I like it. This should benefit a lot of new users in MATLAB gui!
Very nice Doug. Lots of people will benefit from this!
Hi, i want to know how can i program uitable to be displayed in a separate window after pressing a pushbotton for example?
If i press pushbutton again the context of the table may change also.
I think lacked explain Edit box’s Callback. Or not?
Oops. Looks like it got lost in editing. Just modify the
function edit1_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles)
For two window GUIs, you will want to watch this video.
I’m building a GUI, so far so good until I tried to make it object oriented. Say that my GUI is in a function called gui.m, and the essential function that is going to be used by gui.m are both dct.m and tmt.m, here lies the problem, both dct.m and tmt.m produces histograms, which uses panels inside gui.m for generating the histograms. How do I deal with the coding, since it will use a handle for the panel inside the gui.m (I don’t use axes for those histograms).
What would you suggest me in this situation.
I am not sure I understand your question. I think you might be better sending the simplified code and the question to email@example.com
Thank you Dr Doug Hull very much