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XGETFEEDBACKCONTROL(3)							   XGETFEEDBACKCONTROL(3)

NAME
       XGetFeedbackControl, XChangeFeedbackControl - query and change input device feedbacks

SYNOPSIS
       #include <X11/extensions/XInput.h>

       XFeedbackState *XGetFeedbackControl( Display *display,
					    XDevice *device,
					    int *num_feedbacks);

       int XChangeFeedbackControl( Display *display,
				   XDevice *device,
				   Mask mask,
				   XFeedbackControl *control);

       display
	      Specifies the connection to the X server.

       device
	      Specifies the device whose feedbacks are to be queried
	      or modified.

       num_feedbacks
	      Specifies an address into which the number of feedbacks
	      supported by thedevice is to be returned.

       mask
	      Specifies a mask specific to each type of feedback that
	      describes howthe feedback is to be modified.

       control
	      Specifies the address of an XFeedbackControl structure
	      that containsthe new values for the feedback.

DESCRIPTION
	   These requests are provided to manipulate those input devices
	   that support feedbacks. A BadMatch error will be generated if
	   the requested device does not support feedbacks. Whether or not
	   a given device supports feedbacks can be determined by
	   examining the information returned by the XOpenDevice request.
	   For those devices that support feedbacks, XOpenDevice will
	   return an XInputClassInfo structure with the input_class field
	   equal to the constant FeedbackClass (defined in the file XI.h).

	   The XGetFeedbackControl request returns a pointer to a list of
	   XFeedbackState structures. Each item in this list describes one
	   of the feedbacks supported by the device. The items are
	   variable length, so each contains its length to allow traversal
	   to the next item in the list.

	   The feedback classes that are currently defined are:
	   KbdFeedbackClass, PtrFeedbackClass, StringFeedbackClass,
	   IntegerFeedbackClass, LedFeedbackClass, and BellFeedbackClass.
	   These constants are defined in the file XI.h. An input device
	   may support zero or more classes of feedback, and may support
	   multiple feedbacks of the same class. Each feedback contains a
	   class identifier and an id that is unique within that class for
	   that input device. The id is used to identify the feedback when
	   making an XChangeFeedbackControl request.

	   XGetFeedbackControl can generate a BadDevice or BadMatch error.

	   The XChangeFeedbackControl request modifies the values of one
	   feedback on the specified device. The feedback is identified by
	   the id field of the XFeedbackControl structure that is passed
	   with the request. The fields of the feedback that are to be
	   modified are identified by the bits of the mask that is passed
	   with the request.

	   XChangeFeedbackControl can generate a BadDevice, BadMatch, or
	   BadValue error.

   Structures
	   Each class of feedback is described by a structure specific to
	   that class. These structures are defined in the file XInput.h.
	   XFeedbackState and XFeedbackControl are generic structures that
	   contain three fields that are at the beginning of each class of
	   feedback:

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	   } XFeedbackState, XFeedbackControl;

	   The XKbdFeedbackState structure defines the attributes that are
	   returned for feedbacks equivalent to those on the X keyboard.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int click;
	       int percent;
	       int pitch;
	       int duration;
	       int led_mask;
	       int global_auto_repeat;
	       char auto_repeats[32];
	   } XKbdFeedbackState;

	   The XPtrFeedbackState structure defines the attributes that are
	   returned for feedbacks equivalent to those on the the X
	   pointer.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int accelNum;
	       int accelDenom;
	       int threshold;
	   } XPtrFeedbackState;

	   The XIntegerFeedbackState structure defines attributes that are
	   returned for integer feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int resolution;
	       int minVal;
	       int maxVal;
	   } XIntegerFeedbackState;

	   The XStringFeedbackState structure defines the attributes that
	   are returned for string feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int max_symbols;
	       int num_syms_supported;
	       KeySym *syms_supported;
	   } XStringFeedbackState;

	   The XBellFeedbackState structure defines the attributes that
	   are returned for bell feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int percent;
	       int pitch;
	       int duration;
	   } XBellFeedbackState;

	   The XLedFeedbackState structure defines the attributes that are
	   returned for LED feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int led_values;
	   } XLedFeedbackState;

	   The XPrtFeedbackControl structure defines the attributes that
	   can be controlled for pointer feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int accelNum;
	       int accelDenom;
	       int threshold;
	   } XPtrFeedbackControl;

	   The XKbdFeedbackControl structure defines the attributes that
	   can be controlled for keyboard feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int click;
	       int percent;
	       int pitch;
	       int duration;
	       int led_mask;
	       int led_value;
	       int key;
	       int auto_repeat_mode;
	   } XKbdFeedbackControl;

	   The XStringFeedbackControl structure defines the attributes
	   that can be controlled for string feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int num_keysyms;
	       KeySym  *syms_to_display;
	   } XStringFeedbackControl;

	   The XIntegerFeedbackControl structure defines the attributes
	   that can be controlled for integer feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID class;
	       int length;
	       XID id;
	       int int_to_display;
	   } XIntegerFeedbackControl;

	   The XBellFeedbackControl structure defines the attributes that
	   can be controlled for bell feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID     class;
	       int     length;
	       XID     id;
	       int     percent;
	       int     pitch;
	       int     duration;
	   } XBellFeedbackControl;

	   The XLedFeedbackControl structure defines the attributes that
	   can be controlled for LED feedbacks.

	   typedef struct {
	       XID     class;
	       int     length;
	       XID     id;
	       int     led_mask;
	       int     led_values;
	   } XLedFeedbackControl;

DIAGNOSTICS
	   BadDevice
		  An invalid device was specified. The specified device
		  does not exist or has not been opened by this client via
		  XOpenInputDevice. This error may also occur if some
		  other client has caused the specified device to become
		  the X keyboard or X pointer device via the
		  XChangeKeyboardDevice or XChangePointerDevice requests.

	   BadMatch
		  This error may occur if an XGetFeedbackControl request
		  was made specifying a device that has no feedbacks, or
		  an XChangeFeedbackControl request was made with an
		  XFeedbackControl structure that contains an invalid
		  feedback type. It may also occur if an invalid
		  combination of mask bits is specified ( DvKey but no
		  DvAutoRepeatMode for keyboard feedbacks), or if an
		  invalid KeySym is specified for a string feedback.

	   BadValue
		  Some numeric value falls outside the range of values
		  accepted by the XChangeFeedbackControl request. Unless a
		  specific range is specified for an argument, the full
		  range defined by the argument's type is accepted. Any
		  argument defined as a set of alternatives can generate
		  this error.

					    03/09/2013			   XGETFEEDBACKCONTROL(3)
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