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I almost never use a GUI on Unix, but if I really have to, it's CDE

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DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions(library call)								  DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions(library call)

DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions -- add workspace functions for a window SYNOPSIS
#include <Dt/Wsm.h> void DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions( Display *display, Window window); DESCRIPTION
The DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions function enables workspace functions for a window. When workspace functions are enabled, the default window menu for the window displayed by the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), shows entries that allow the window to occupy a different set of workspaces, occupy all workspaces, or be removed from the current workspace. The display argument is the X display. The window argument is the window to have its workspace functions enabled. RETURN VALUE
The DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions function returns no value. APPLICATION USAGE
The application must call the DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions function before mapping the window. The CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), only looks at the workspace function information at the time the workspace manager manages the window. If the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), is currently managing the window, the application must withdraw the window (see XWithdrawWindow(3)), add the workspace functions, and map the window once again. By default, the workspace manager enables workspace functions. The application should call DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions to restore the workspace functions removed by the DtWsmRemoveWorkspaceFunctions(3) function. SEE ALSO
Dt/Wsm.h - DtWsm(5), XWithdrawWindow(3), dtwm(1), DtWsmRemoveWorkspaceFunctions(3). DtWsmAddWorkspaceFunctions(library call)

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