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Motif FAQ (Part 5 of 9)
Section - 134) What widgets give the look of push buttons, but behavior of

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toggle buttons?

Answer: Use the XmToggleButton widget, setting XmNindicatorOn to False and
XmNshadowThickness to 2.  Also set XmNfillOnSelect to True. Otherwise, the
background color of the button will not stay in the "armed" state.

In Motif 1.2 (and later), if you specify a XmNselectColor and set
XmNindicatorOn to False, then you need to set XmNfillOnSelect to True.
XmNfillOnSelect is not necessary if you are not setting a XmNselectColor.

Glenn McMillen, mcmillen@meadow.mdso.vf.ge.com and Ken Lee

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Top Document: Motif FAQ (Part 5 of 9)
Previous Document: 133) TOPIC: TOGGLEBUTTON WIDGET
Next Document: 135) Can I customize XmToggleButton to use my own indicator graphic

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