Specifying the caption for a Button control
Using a caption for a Button control makes it easier for application users to understand the button's purpose and to complete their tasks.
If you plan to localize the application that includes this Button control, limit the caption's text length to 64 characters. A field value rule with pyButtonLabel as the second key part and this text as the final key part is needed for each locale. When practical, choose a caption that is already included in a language pack, to simplify later localization.
tab of the
panel, set the
option to one of the following
- Text – Select this setting and in the adjacent field enter the text to display as the button's caption.
- Property Reference – Select this setting and use the adjacent field to configure the button caption as a property reference.
- To make it possible for users to execute a button's activity by
using shortcut keys, include an ampersand (&) immediately before a letter in the
caption text to designate that letter as the shortcut key.For example, enter &History as the caption text to allow application users to press ALT + h to access work item history.
- If your application includes non-autogenerated sections that reference buttons using
the ampersand shortcut technique, you must revise the section to include the following
pega.u.d. processAccessKeysOnClient = true
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