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StrokeInstall(3)								 StrokeInstall(3)

       StrokeInstall - Enable Strokes in a Widget

       #include <Stroke.h>

       void StrokeInstall(Widget W);
       void StrokeRemove(Widget W);

       void StrokeSetButton(Widget W, int button);
       int StrokeGetButton(Widget W);

       void StrokeSetDebug(Widget W, Boolean Debug);
       Boolean StrokeGetDebug(Widget W);

       void StrokeSetMapping(Widget W, String Map);
       String StrokeGetMapping(Widget W);

       Enable  Strokes to be recognized in the given widget. It first retrieves the resources and
       installs an Xt event for button press, release and, motion on the given widget and all  of
       its children.  Therefore this function should not be called until all of the widgets chil-
       dren have been added.

       Resources are specified as if they belong to the widget that the strokes are enabled in.

       strokes: stroke action [[,stroke action]...]
	      This provides a mapping of strokes to actions.  By default the action  `Stroke-456'
	      is called for stroke `456'.

       strokeSlop: int
	      This  is used to define a buffer zone between the boxes of the grid.  The amount of
	      slop tolerated is actually the resulting box dimension divided by this slop number.
	      Therefore  the  larger  the  slop number the more accurate your strokes must be.	A
	      value approaching 3 will make it all but impossible to  recognize  a  stroke.   The
	      default  value  is currently 20.	Run the stroke(1) program with StrokeDebug turned
	      on to show what this means.

       strokeDebug: True | False
	      Turns on `stroke debug mode'.  In this mode the strokes are  not	erased	from  the
	      screen  when the button is released and a grid is drawn around the stroke.  Try the
	      stroke(1) program to see what I mean.

       strokeButton: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
	      Specifies the button to be used to draw strokes. By default Btn3 is used.

       strokeSound: sound file
	      If given, the contents of this resource will be provided	as  an	argument  to  the
	      `PlaySound' action at the conclusion of the stroke.  If the PlaySound action is not
	      defined in your application do not specify this resource.  Specifically the follow-
	      ing call is made:

	      XtCallActionProc(W, "PlaySound", NULL, "sound file", 1);

       Rick Scott <rwscott@alumni.uwaterloo.ca>
       Check out LessTif at http://www.LessTif.org

       stroke(1)  StrokeInstall(3)  StrokeRemove(3) StrokeSetButton(3) StrokeGetButton(3) Stroke-
       SetDebug(3) StrokeGetDebug(3) StrokeSetMapping(3) StrokeGetMapping(3)

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