Full Discussion: Awards: How to Award Bits?
Contact Us Post Here to Contact Site Administrators and Moderators Awards: How to Award Bits? Post 302403253 by Neo on Friday 12th of March 2010 01:14:55 AM
Old 03-12-2010
All registered people can give awards. The button is on the top right of every post, to the left of the infraction icon (or the reporting icon, depending on your view). It looks like a Japanese Yen coin.
 

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DtActionIcon(library call)												DtActionIcon(library call)

NAME
DtActionIcon -- get the icon information for an action SYNOPSIS
#include <Dt/Action.h> char *DtActionIcon( char *actionName); DESCRIPTION
The DtActionIcon function gets the icon information for an action. The actionName argument is the name of the action. DtActionIcon returns the name of the icon associated with an actionName action. If the action definition does not explicitly identify an icon name, this function returns the default action icon name, as described in dtactionfile(4) (``Action Selection''). The default action icon name can be customized using the actionIcon X resource. If there are multiple actionName actions, the string returned is the icon associated with the most general action. The most general action is the one with the lowest precedence, as described in dtactionfile(4) (``Action Selection''). RETURN VALUE
Upon successful completion, the DtActionIcon function returns a newly allocated copy of the icon name string ( ICON field) associated with the action; otherwise, it returns NULL. APPLICATION USAGE
The DtActionIcon function is useful for applications that provide a graphical interface to actions. The application should use XtFree(3) to free the icon name string returned by the DtActionIcon function. SEE ALSO
Dt/Action.h - DtAction(5), XtFree(3) dtactionfile(4), dtdtfile(4). DtActionIcon(library call)

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