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Motif FAQ (Part 8 of 9)
Section - 292) Can I change the graphics drawn by insensitive widgets? Some

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become very difficult to read.
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Answer: There is no general mechanism for this; each widget chooses its own
insensitive graphics.  Some are customizable, however.  Label and button
widgets have a XmNlabelInsensitivePixmap resource.  Others, such as the text
widgets, have an XmNeditable resource; setting this to false is similar to
insensitive, except tha the graphics do not change.

Other possibilities would be to install an empty translation table to ignore
input or to create an occluding InputOnly window to block input.

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