Returns true if it is appropriate to update (send UI update events to) this window.
This function looks at the mode used, the wxWS_EX_PROCESS_UPDATE_EVENTS flag in window, the time update events were last sent in idle time, and the update interval, to determine whether events should be sent to this window now. By default this will always return true because the update mode is initially wxUPDATE_UI_PROCESS_ALL and the interval is set to 0; so update events will be sent as often as possible. You can reduce the frequency that events are sent by changing the mode and/or setting an update interval.
Check or uncheck the UI element.
Enable or disable the UI element.
Returns true if the UI element should be checked.
Returns true if the UI element should be enabled.
Static function returning a value specifying how wxWidgets will send update events: to all windows, or only to those which specify that they will process the events.
Returns true if the UI element should be shown.
Returns the current interval between updates in milliseconds. -1 disables updates, 0 updates as frequently as possible.
Sets the text for this UI element.
Sets the interval between updates in milliseconds. Set to -1 to disable updates, or to 0 to update as frequently as possible. The default is 0.
Use this to reduce the overhead of UI update events if your application has a lot of windows. If you set the value to -1 or greater than 0, you may also need to call wxWindow::UpdateWindowUI at appropriate points in your application, such as when a dialog is about to be shown.
Specify how wxWidgets will send update events: to all windows, or only to those which specify that they will process the events.
mode may be one of the following values. The default is wxUPDATE_UI_PROCESS_ALL.
Show or hide the UI element.