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Utils(n) Tix Built-In Commands Utils(n)
See the file man.macros.

tixUtils - Utility commands in Tix.

tixDescendants pathName
tixDisableAll pathName
tixEnableAll pathName
tixPushGrab ?-global? window
tixPopGrab

tixDescendants pathName
Returns a list of all the descendant widgets of pathName plus pathName itself.
tixDisableAll pathName
Disables pathName and all its descendants.
tixEnableAll pathName
Enables pathName and all its descendants.
tixPushGrab ?-global? window
The tixPushGrab and tixPopGrab commands allows you to perform "cascade-grabbing". tixPushGrab calls the grab(n) command on window and saves window on a grabbing stack.
tixPopGrab
tixPopGrab pops the top-most element from the grabbing stack and release its grab. If the grabbing stack is not empty, then tixPopGrab will execute grab(n) on the current top-most element in the grabbing stack.

Some Tix widgets (for example, tixComboBox and tixPanedWindow) grabs the screen on certain occasions using tixPushGrab and tixPopGrab. Therefore, if you need to grab the screen when these widgets are present, you should also call tixPushGrab and tixPopGrab in place of the Tk grab and grab release commands. Otherwise, the behavior of these widgets may be undefined.

Tix(n), grab(n)
4.0 Tix

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