For example, zenity --question will return either 0 or 1, depending on whether the user pressed OK or Cancel. zenity --entry will output on standard output what the user typed into the text entry field.
Display a file selector with the title Select a file to remove. The file selected is returned on standard output.
- zenity --title="Select a file to remove" --file-selection
Display a text entry dialog with the title Select Host and the text Select the host you would like to flood-ping. The entered text is returned on standard output.
- zenity --title "Select Host" --entry --text "Select the host you would like to flood-ping"
Display a dialog, asking Microsoft Windows has been found! Would you like to remove it?. The return code will be 0 (true in shell) if OK is selected, and 1 (false) if Cancel is selected.
- zenity --question --title "Alert" --text "Microsoft Windows has been found! Would you like to remove it?"
Show the search results in a list dialog with the title Search Results and the text Finding all header files....
- find . -name '*.h' | zenity --title "Search Results" --text "Finding all header files.." --column "Files"
Display a weekly shopping list in a check list dialog with Apples and Oranges pre selected
- zenity --list --checklist --column "Buy" --column "Item" TRUE Apples TRUE Oranges FALSE Pears FALSE Toothpaste