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DwtMenuPosition(3Dwt)													     DwtMenuPosition(3Dwt)

       DwtMenuPosition - Positions menu when user presses MB2.

       void DwtMenuPosition(position, event)
	    Widget position;
	    XEvent *event;

       position  Specifies the position of the menu.

       event	 Specifies the event passed to the action procedure which manages the pop-up menu.

       The DwtMenuPosition function positions the menu when the user presses MB2.  This must be called before managing the pop-up menu.

See Also
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding


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DwtCSTextSetSelection(3Dwt)											       DwtCSTextSetSelection(3Dwt)

       DwtCSTextSetSelection - Highlights the specified text in the compound-string text widget and makes it the current global selection.

       void DwtCSTextSetSelection(widget, first, last, time)
	    Widget widget;
	    int first, last;
	    Time time;

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the compound-string text widget.

       first	 Specifies the first character position of the selected compound-string text.

       last	 Specifies the last character position of the selected compound-string text.

       time	 Specifies  the  time  of  the	event that led to the call to XSetSelectionOwner.  You can pass either a timestamp or CurrentTime.
		 Whenever possible, however, use the timestamp of the event leading to the call.

       The DwtCSTextSetSelection function makes the specified text in the compound-string text widget the current global selection and	highlights
       it  in the compound-string text widget.	Within the text window, first marks the first character position and last marks the last position.
       The field characters start at 0 and increase sequentially.

See Also
       DwtCSText(3Dwt), DwtCSTextCreate(3Dwt), DwtCSTextReplace(3Dwt), DwtCSTextGetString(3Dwt),  DwtCSTextSetString(3Dwt),  DwtCSTextGetEd-
       itable(3Dwt), DwtCSTextSetEditable(3Dwt), DwtCSTextGetMaxLength(3Dwt), DwtCSTextSetMaxLength(3Dwt), DwtCSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding

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