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XmSetMenuCursor(3)	   Library Functions Manual	    XmSetMenuCursor(3)

NAME
       XmSetMenuCursor	--  A  function	 that  modifies	 the menu cursor for a
       client

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Xm/Xm.h>
       void XmSetMenuCursor(
       Display * display,
       Cursor cursorId);

DESCRIPTION
       XmSetMenuCursor programmatically	modifies the menu cursor for a client;
       after  the  cursor has been created by the client, this function	regis-
       ters the	cursor with the	menu system. After calling this	function,  the
       specified  cursor  is  displayed	 whenever this client displays a Motif
       menu on the indicated display. The client can  then  specify  different
       cursors on different displays.

       This function sets the menu cursor for all screens on the display.  Xm-
       SetMenuCursor is	obsolete and exists for	 compatibility	with  previous
       releases.   Instead  of	using this function, provide initial values or
       call XtSetValues	for the	XmScreen resource XmNmenuCursor.

       display	 Specifies the display to which	the cursor is to be associated

       cursorId	 Specifies the X cursor	ID

RELATED
       XmScreen(3).

							    XmSetMenuCursor(3)

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