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Motif FAQ (Part 6 of 9)
Section - 159) How can I create a drawing area widget with a visual type

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[Last modified: Sep 97]

Answer: The standard Motif drawing area does not support this.  You can,
however, easily create a subclass with a new Realize class method.  You may
want to create visual type, colormap, and depth resources so you can set these
values at initialization time.

In SGI's Motif, such a widget is called SgVisualDrawingArea.  Other Motif
implementations may have similar widgets.

Ken Lee, http://www.rahul.net/kenton/

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