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CentOS 7.0 - man page for xmcreatefileselectiondialog (centos section 3)

XmCreateFileSelectionDialog(library call)		XmCreateFileSelectionDialog(library call)

NAME
       XmCreateFileSelectionDialog  --	The FileSelectionBox FileSelectionDialog convenience cre-
       ation function

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/FileSB.h>
       Widget XmCreateFileSelectionDialog(
       Widget parent,
       String name,
       ArgList arglist,
       Cardinal argcount);

DESCRIPTION
       XmCreateFileSelectionDialog is a convenience creation function that creates a  DialogShell
       and an unmanaged FileSelectionBox child of the DialogShell.  A FileSelectionDialog selects
       a file.	It includes the following:

	  o  An editable text field for the directory mask

	  o  A scrolling list of filenames

	  o  An editable text field for the selected file

	  o  Labels for the list and text fields

	  o  Four buttons

       The default button labels are OK, Filter, Cancel, and Help. One additional WorkArea  child
       may be added to the FileSelectionBox after creation.

       Use  XtManageChild  to pop up the FileSelectionDialog (passing the FileSelectionBox as the
       widget parameter); use XtUnmanageChild to pop it down.

       XmCreateFileSelectionDialog forces the value of the Shell resource XmNallowShellResize  to
       True.

       parent	 Specifies the parent widget ID

       name	 Specifies the name of the created widget

       arglist	 Specifies the argument list

       argcount  Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist)

       For  a complete definition of FileSelectionBox and its associated resources, see XmFileSe-
       lectionBox(3).

RETURN
       Returns the FileSelectionBox widget ID.

RELATED
       XmFileSelectionBox(3).

							XmCreateFileSelectionDialog(library call)


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