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DXmSvnFlushEntry(3X)													      DXmSvnFlushEntry(3X)

NAME
DXmSvnFlushEntry - Displays the specified entry on the screen if it is the next logically displayed entry. SYNOPSIS
void DXmSvnFlushEntry( Widget widget, int entry ); PARAMETERS
The identifier (widget ID) of the SVN widget. An integer that represents the specified entry. DESCRIPTION
The DXmSvnFlushEntry routine displays (or "flushes") an entry on the screen (in outline mode only) if the entry number passed to the rou- tine is one integer greater than the entry number of the last displayed entry and there is enough space for the entry to fit in the dis- play. If there is not enough blank space for the entry to fit, DXmSvnFlushEntry permits the SVN widget to scroll to the entry. DXmSvnFlushEntry(3X)

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DXmSvnGetEntryPosition(3X)												DXmSvnGetEntryPosition(3X)

NAME
DXmSvnGetEntryPosition - Retrieves (returns) the position of an entry in the display. SYNOPSIS
void DXmSvnGetEntryPosition( Widget widget, int entry, Boolean mode, int *x, int *y ); PARAMETERS
The identifier (widget ID) of the SVN widget. An integer that represents the number of the entry for which position information is required. A Boolean value that, when True, specifies that position information returned is relative to the upper-left corner of the SVN window. When False, the position information returned is internal SVN information only (for column and outline mode) or indicates the position of the entry in the entire tree (tree mode). A pointer to the x position in the tree. A pointer to the y position in the tree. DESCRIPTION
The DXmSvnGetEntryPosition routine allows an application to determine the position of entries. The routine interprets the x and y coordi- nates differently, depending on the application's mode: Outline and Column mode When the application is in outline or column mode (the DXMSvnNdisplayMode resource has been set to either DXMSvnKdisplayOutline or DXMSvnKdisplayColumn) and mode for the DXmSvnGetEntryPosition routine has been set to True, the x and y coordinates indicate, in pixels, the distance of the displayed entry from the upper-left corner of the SVN window. However, if the specified entry is not visible in the SVN window, the routine returns -1 (an invalid value) for both the x and y coordinates, because the SVN widget cannot determine the position of such an entry when the application is in outline or column mode. When mode is False, the values returned for the x and y coordinates are only meaningful internally to the SVN widget. Tree mode When the application is in tree mode (the DXMSvnNdisplayMode resource is set to DXMSvnKdisplayTree) and the DXMSvnNtreeStyle resource is set to DXMSvnKuserDefinedTree (the application controls the format), the x and y coordinates indicate, in pixels, the distance of the displayed entry from the upper-left corner of the SVN window, when mode is True. If the entry is not visible in the SVN window, the mode is False. However, in tree mode, the returned x and y coordinates indicate the position of the entry in the entire tree, even though that position extends beyond the limit of what can currently be displayed in the SVN window. Note that for position values to be valid, the SVN widget must have been enabled prior to any changes made to the contents of the display. DXmSvnGetEntryPosition(3X)
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