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Question by Jack
Submitted on 12/3/2003
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Hello,
I'm a beginner in Motif , I'm afraid so please bare with me.
I've got a client application that's got a listener thread that
receives messages. As the messages are received, I send
events( Use XSendEvent() ) to trigger in the parent thread
and these graphics in the DrawingArea are redisplayed.
I get the following error:

Xlib: unexpected async reply (sequence 0x78a79)!

How can I deal with  this problem?

If this way isní»t work, how can I refresh the DrawingArea?

Thanks,
Jack
Email: uestc_xl@163.com



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