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Motif FAQ (Part 9 of 9)
Section - 338) How can I convert my OLIT programs to the Motif look & feel?

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Answer: Mark Fresolone (mjf@mjm.com) writes: There are a number of translator
products on the market which translate OLIT source code or DevGuide builder
files into Motif source code and builder files.

In 1995, MJM Software (Melillo Consulting Inc.) released the MoOLIT 5.1
toolkit, which allows one to simply re-compile Sun or UnixWare OLIT programs,
and have them be switchable between the OPENLOOK and Motif look and feels.
MoOLIT 5.1 is available on most popular UNIX platforms.  More information is
available at:

http://www.mjm.com/Products/MoOLIT

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Top Document: Motif FAQ (Part 9 of 9)
Previous Document: 337) Is anybody out there selling Windows95 look-alike widgets? Why
Next Document: 339) What does this mean: Warning: Cannot find callback list in

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