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Manual Reference Pages  -  XMSCALESETTICKS (3)

NAME

XmScaleSetTicks — A Scale function that controls tick marks

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

#include <Xm/Scale.h>
void XmScaleSetTicks(
Widget scale,
int big_every,
Cardinal num_medium,
Cardinal num_small,
Dimension size_big,
Dimension size_medium,
Dimension size_small);

DESCRIPTION

XmScaleSetTicks controls the number, location, and size of the tick marks on a Scale. Each tick mark is a SeparatorGadget oriented perpendicular to the Scale’s orientation. For example, if the Scale is oriented horizontally, the tick marks will be oriented vertically.

If you specify tick marks for a Scale and then change the Scale’s orientation, you will have to do the following:
o Remove all the tick marks. To remove tick marks from a Scale, you must destroy (with XtDestroyChildren) the SeparatorGadget tick marks. The first two children of a Scale are its title and scroll bar, and all additional children are tick marks.
o Recreate the tick marks by calling XmScaleSetTicks.
scale Specifies the Scale widget ID that is getting the tick marks.
big_every Specifies the number of scale values between big ticks.
num_medium Specifies the number of medium ticks between big values.
num_small Specifies the number of small ticks between medium values.
size_big Specifies the size (either width or height) of the big ticks.
size_medium Specifies the size (either width or height) of the medium ticks.
size_small Specifies the size (either width or height) of the small ticks.
For a complete definition of Scale and its associated resources, see XmScale(3).

RELATED

XmScale(3).

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