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       XmDialogShell — The DialogShell widget class "XmDialogShell" "widget class" "DialogShell"


       #include <Xm/DialogS.h>


       Modal  and  modeless  dialogs  use  DialogShell  as the Shell parent.  DialogShell widgets
       cannot be iconified.  Instead,  all  secondary  DialogShell  widgets  associated  with  an
       ApplicationShell widget are iconified and de-iconified as a group with the primary widget.

       The  client  indirectly  manipulates DialogShell through the convenience interfaces during
       creation, and it can directly manipulate its BulletinBoard-derived  child.   Much  of  the
       functionality  of DialogShell assumes that its child is a BulletinBoard subclass, although
       it can potentially stand alone.

       Setting XmNheight, XmNwidth, or XmNborderWidth for either a  DialogShell  or  its  managed
       child  usually sets that resource to the same value in both the parent and the child. When
       an off-the-spot input method exists, the height and width of the shell may be greater than
       those  of  the  managed  child  in  order  to accommodate the input method.  In this case,
       setting XmNheight or XmNwidth for the shell does not necessarily set that resource to  the
       same  value in the managed child, and setting XmNheight or XmNwidth for the child does not
       necessarily set that resource to the same value in the shell.

       For the  managed  child  of  a  DialogShell,  regardless  of  the  value  of  the  shell's
       XmNallowShellResize  resource, setting XmNx or XmNy sets the corresponding resource of the
       parent but does not change the child's position relative to the parent.   The  XtGetValues
       resource  for  the  child's XmNx or XmNy yields the value of the corresponding resource in
       the parent.  The x and y-coordinates of the child's upper left outside corner relative  to
       the parent's upper left inside corner are both 0 (zero) minus the value of XmNborderWidth.

       Note  that  the  Inter-Client  Communication  Conventions  Manual  (ICCCM) allows a window
       manager to change or control the border width of a reparented top-level window.

       DialogShell uses the XmQTdialogShellSavvy trait.

       DialogShell inherits behavior, resources, and traits  from  the  Core,  Composite,  Shell,
       WMShell, VendorShell, and TransientShell classes.

       The class pointer is xmDialogShellWidgetClass.

       The class name is XmDialogShell.

   New Resources
       DialogShell  defines  no new resources but overrides the XmNdeleteResponse resource in the
       VendorShell class.

   Inherited Resources
       DialogShell inherits behavior  and  resources  from  the  superclasses  described  in  the
       following  tables, which define sets of widget resources used by the programmer to specify

       For a complete description of  each  resource,  refer  to  the  reference  page  for  that
       superclass.   The programmer can also set the resource values for the inherited classes to
       set attributes for this widget. To  reference  a  resource  by  name  or  by  class  in  a
       .Xdefaults  file,  remove  the XmN or XmC prefix and use the remaining letters. To specify
       one of the defined values for a resource in a .Xdefaults file, remove the  Xm  prefix  and
       use  the  remaining letters (in either lowercase or uppercase, but include any underscores
       between words).  The codes in the access column indicate if the given resource can be  set
       at creation time (C), set by using XtSetValues (S), retrieved by using XtGetValues (G), or
       is not applicable (N/A).

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