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XmScrollVisible(library call)					    XmScrollVisible(library call)

NAME
       XmScrollVisible -- A ScrolledWindow function that makes an invisible
	descendant of a ScrolledWindow work area visible

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/ScrolledW.h>
       void XmScrollVisible(
       Widget scrollw_widget,
       Widget widget,
       Dimension left_right_margin,
       Dimension top_bottom_margin);

DESCRIPTION
       XmScrollVisible	makes  an obscured or partially obscured widget or gadget descendant of a
       ScrolledWindow work area visible. The function repositions the  work  area  and	sets  the
       specified margins between the widget and the nearest viewport boundary. The widget's loca-
       tion relative to the viewport determines whether one  or  both  of  the	margins  must  be
       adjusted.  This function requires that the XmNscrollingPolicy of the ScrolledWindow widget
       be set to XmAUTOMATIC.

       scrollw_widget
		 Specifies the ID of the ScrolledWindow widget whose work area window contains an
		 obscured descendant.

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the widget to be made visible.

       left_right_margin
		 Specifies  the  margin to establish between the left or right edge of the widget
		 and the associated edge of the viewport.  This margin is established only if the
		 widget must be moved horizontally to make it visible.

       top_bottom_margin
		 Specifies  the  margin to establish between the top or bottom edge of the widget
		 and the associated edge of the viewport.  This margin is established only if the
		 widget must be moved vertically to make it visible.

       For  a complete definition of ScrolledWindow and its associated resources, see XmScrolled-
       Window(3)

RELATED
       XmScrolledWindow(3).

								    XmScrollVisible(library call)
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