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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for xmdropsiteconfigurestackingorder (redhat section 3)

XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder(library call)	   XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder(library call)

       XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder -- A Drag and Drop function that reorders a stack of wid-
       gets that are registered drop sites

       #include <Xm/DragDrop.h>
       void XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder(
       Widget widget,
       Widget sibling,
       Cardinal stack_mode);

       XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder changes the stacking order of the drop site specified  by
       widget.	The stacking order controls the manner in which drag-under effects are clipped by
       overlapping siblings, regardless of whether they are active. The stack  mode  is  relative
       either  to the entire stack, or to another drop site within the stack. The stack order can
       be modified only if the drop sites are siblings in both the widget and drop  site  hierar-
       chy, and the widget parent of the drop sites is registered as a composite drop site.

       widget	 Specifies the drop site to be restacked.

       sibling	 Specifies a sibling drop site for stacking operations. If specified, then widget
		 is restacked relative to this drop site's stack position.

		 Specifies the new stack position for  the  specified  widget.	 The  values  are
		 XmABOVE and XmBELOW. If a sibling is specified, then widget is restacked as fol-

		 XmABOVE   The widget is placed just above the sibling.

		 XmBELOW   The widget is placed just below the sibling.

		 If the sibling parameter is not specified, then widget is restacked as follows:

		 XmABOVE   The widget is placed at the top of the stack.

		 XmBELOW   The widget is placed at the bottom of the stack.

       For a complete definition of DropSite and its associated resources, see XmDropSite(3).

       XmDropSite(3), XmDropSiteRetrieve(3), and XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(3).

						   XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder(library call)

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