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XmScaleSetTicks(library call)					    XmScaleSetTicks(library call)

       XmScaleSetTicks -- A Scale function that controls tick marks

       #include <Xm/Scale.h>
       void XmScaleSetTicks(
       Widget scale,
       int big_every,
       Cardinal num_medium,
       Cardinal num_small,
       Dimension size_big,
       Dimension size_medium,
       Dimension size_small);

       XmScaleSetTicks controls the number, location, and size of the tick marks on a Scale. Each
       tick mark is a SeparatorGadget oriented perpendicular  to  the  Scale's	orientation.  For
       example,  if  the  Scale  is oriented horizontally, the tick marks will be oriented verti-

       If you specify tick marks for a Scale and then change the Scale's  orientation,	you  will
       have to do the following:

	  o  Remove all the tick marks. To remove tick marks from a Scale, you must destroy (with
	     XtDestroyChildren) the SeparatorGadget tick marks.  The  first  two  children  of	a
	     Scale are its title and scroll bar, and all additional children are tick marks.

	  o  Recreate the tick marks by calling XmScaleSetTicks.

       scale	 Specifies the Scale widget ID that is getting the tick marks.

       big_every Specifies the number of scale values between big ticks.

		 Specifies the number of medium ticks between big values.

       num_small Specifies the number of small ticks between medium values.

       size_big  Specifies the size (either width or height) of the big ticks.

		 Specifies the size (either width or height) of the medium ticks.

		 Specifies the size (either width or height) of the small ticks.

       For a complete definition of Scale and its associated resources, see XmScale(3).


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