App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker -- stock ticker widget
use App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker; my $ticker = App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker->new; my $symlist = App::Chart::Gtk2::Symlist::All->instance; $ticker->set (symlist => $symlist);
App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker is a subclass of
Gtk2::Widget ... Gtk2::Ex::TickerView App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker
App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker widget showing stock quotes scrolling across the window for a given symlist (App::Chart::Gtk2::Symlist)
App::Chart::Gtk2::Ticker->new (key => value, ...)
Create and return a
App::Chart::Gtk2::Tickerwidget. Optional key/value pairs can be given to set initial properties as per
Gtk2::Menuwhich is popped up by mouse button 3 in the ticker. An application can add items to this, such as "Hide" or "Quit", or perhaps a submenu to change what's displayed.
Download fresh prices for the symbols displayed. This is the "Refresh" item in the button-3 menu.
Open the Chart manual at the section on the ticker. This is the "Help" item in the button-3 menu.
- symlist (
App::Chart::Gtk2::Symlist, default favourites or all)
A Symlist object which is the stock symbols to display.
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