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

XmGetScaledPixmap(library call) 				  XmGetScaledPixmap(library call)

NAME
       XmGetScaledPixmap -- read a pixmap file and scale it according to pixmap and print resolu-
       tion

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       XtEnum XmGetScaledPixmap(
       Widget widget,
       String image_name,
       Pixel foreground,
       Pixel background,
       int depth,
       Double scaling_ratio);

DESCRIPTION
       XmGetScaledPixmap uses its Widget argument to look up for a Print Shell	ancestor  to  get
       the  pixmap  resolution and the default printer resolution information to be used if scal-
       ing_ratio ==0.

       If scaling is 0, and a valid PrintShell	is  present  XmGetScaledPixmap	applies  a  ratio
       equals  to  (printer resolution / default pixmap resolution) before creating the Pixmap on
       the widget's Screen.  Otherwise, the scaling_ratio is used in scaling both  dimensions  of
       the image being converted as a Pixmap.

       XmGetScaledPixmap  completes the XmGetPixmapByDepth existing API by making use of the XmN-
       defaultPixmapResolution of the rooting XmPrintShell.  Refer to the XmGetPixmapByDepth doc-
       umentation for details.

       widget	 Widget  used  to  determine  the  default  pixmap resolution (of the print shell
		 ancestor).

       image_name
		 See XmGetPixmapByDepth for description.

       foreground
		 See XmGetPixmapByDepth for description.

       background
		 See XmGetPixmapByDepth for description.

       depth	 See XmGetPixmapByDepth for description.

       scaling_ratio
		 Indicate the scaling ratio to be applied, or 0.

RETURN VALUE
       Returns Pixmap or NULL if failed.

ERRORS/WARNINGS
       Same as for XmGetPixmapByDepth.

SEE ALSO
       XmPrintSetup(3), XmPrintShell(3), XmRedisplayWidget(3)

								  XmGetScaledPixmap(library call)


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