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slEditToolstripWidget

Open file that defines custom Simulink Toolstrip tab, section, column, or control

Description

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slEditToolstripWidget(widget) opens the file that defines the specified custom toolstrip widget, which can be a custom tab, section, column, or control.

Examples

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Suppose you have multiple JSON files that define custom tabs in a toolstrip component named custom.

To open the file that defines a custom tab named customTab, use the slEditToolstripWidget function.

slEditToolstripWidget("custom:customTab")

Input Arguments

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Fully qualified widget name, specified as a character vector or string scalar. The fully qualified name is the name of the toolstrip component followed by a colon and the full path to the widget within the toolstrip component. When the widget has a parent JSON object, the fully qualified name includes the ID or index of each JSON object above the widget.

Example: slEditToolstripWidget("custom:customTab") opens the file that defines the tab named customTab in the custom toolstrip component.

Example: slEditToolstripWidget("custom:customTab/2") opens the file that defines the second section on the tab named customTab in the custom toolstrip component.

Example: slEditToolstripWidget("custom:customTab/2/1") opens the file that defines the first column of the second section on the tab named customTab in the custom toolstrip component.

Example: slEditToolstripWidget("custom:customTab/2/1/3") opens the file that defines the third control in the first column of the second section on the tab named customTab in the custom toolstrip component.

Data Types: char | string

Introduced in R2021b