X11 Work Bench Toolkit 1.0
main controlling structure for frame windows More...
|tag indicating I'm a frame window |
|Window id for the frame window. |
|bitmask of attribute flags (see WBFrameWindow_FLAGS enumeration) |
|The current X position of the frame window's client area (relative to the window) |
|The current Y position of the frame window's client area (relative to the window) |
|The current width of the frame window's client area. |
|The current height of the frame window's client area. |
main controlling structure for frame windows
By default a frame window can handle multiple documents. Documents are selected via tabs. At least one tab will always be visible unless there are no 'contents'. The contained windows will be re-sized automatically as needed. Contained windows may also register their own menus and/or menu handlers.
The WBFrameWindow structure maintains the basic window state information. You should not manipulate this structure directly. Use the appropriate API functions.