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Motif FAQ (Part 5 of 9)
Section - 138) How do I convert my XPM file into a Pixmap?

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Answer: Motif 2.0 and later contain an XPM-to-pixmap resource converter, so
you can specify your pixmaps as resources.

In Motif 1.2, you have to use the XPM library to load the XPM files.

Ken Lee

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