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       XmSetMenuCursor — A function that modifies the menu cursor for a client "XmSetMenuCursor"


       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       void XmSetMenuCursor(
       Display * display,
       Cursor cursorId);


       XmSetMenuCursor  programmatically  modifies the menu cursor for a client; after the cursor
       has been created by the client, this function registers the cursor with the  menu  system.
       After  calling  this  function,  the  specified  cursor  is displayed whenever this client
       displays a Motif menu on the indicated display. The  client  can  then  specify  different
       cursors on different displays.

       This  function  sets  the  menu cursor for all screens on the display.  XmSetMenuCursor is
       obsolete and exists for compatibility with  previous  releases.   Instead  of  using  this
       function,   provide   initial  values  or  call  XtSetValues  for  the  XmScreen  resource

       display   Specifies the display to which the cursor is to be associated

       cursorId  Specifies the X cursor ID