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Motif FAQ (Part 4 of 9)
Section - 101) How can I change the font of text in the Text widget? I want

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some of the text in one font, some in another.
[Last modified: Feb 98]

Answer: You can't in Text (see the previous question).  If you wanted readonly
text, you could do it by using a label instead.  Label uses XmStrings, which
can contain multiple character sets in the one string.

If you are using Motif 2.0, however, XmStrings are now permitted in CSText
widgets, which solves this particular problem.

Note, however, that the CSText widget was dropped from Motif 2.1.

Ken Lee

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