An optional title.
An optional current step count.
An optional total step count.
If the UI should allow for user input. Defaults to true.
Change this to false, e.g., while validating user input or loading data for the next step in user input.
If the UI should show a progress indicator. Defaults to false.
Change this to true, e.g., while loading more data or validating user input.
If the UI should stay open even when loosing UI focus. Defaults to false. This setting is ignored on iPad and is always false.
Current input value.
Selection range in the input value. Defined as tuple of two number where the
first is the inclusive start index and the second the exclusive end index. When
undefined the whole
pre-filled value will be selected, when empty (start equals end) only the cursor will be set,
otherwise the defined range will be selected.
This property does not get updated when the user types or makes a selection, but it can be updated by the extension.
Optional placeholder shown when no value has been input.
If the input value should be hidden. Defaults to false.
An event signaling when the value has changed.
An event signaling when the user indicated acceptance of the input value.
Buttons for actions in the UI.
An event signaling when a button was triggered.
An optional prompt text providing some ask or explanation to the user.
An optional validation message indicating a problem with the current input value. By returning a string, the InputBox will use a default InputBoxValidationSeverity of Error. Returning undefined clears the validation message.
Makes the input UI visible in its current configuration. Any other input UI will first fire an QuickInput.onDidHide event.
Hides this input UI. This will also fire an QuickInput.onDidHide event.
Dispose of this input UI and any associated resources. If it is still visible, it is first hidden. After this call the input UI is no longer functional and no additional methods or properties on it should be accessed. Instead a new input UI should be created.