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cdk_position(3)		   Library Functions Manual	       cdk_position(3)

NAME
       cdk_position - curses widget positioning	key-bindings

SYNOPSIS
       Position	 methods for the Cdk widgets allow the user to move the	widget
       around the screen via the cursor/keypad keys.

DESCRIPTION
       The following key bindings can be used to move the  widget  around  the
       screen.

	  +---------------------------------------------------------------+
	  |Key		     Action					  |
	  +---------------------------------------------------------------+
	  |Up Arrow	     Moves the widget up one row.		  |
	  |Down	Arrow	     Moves the widget down one row.		  |
	  |Left	Arrow	     Moves the widget left one column		  |
	  |Right Arrow	     Moves the widget right one	column		  |
	  |1		     Moves  the	 widget	down one row and left one |
	  |		     column.					  |
	  |2		     Moves the widget down one row.		  |
	  |3		     Moves the widget down one row and right  one |
	  |		     column.					  |
	  |4		     Moves the widget left one column		  |
	  |5		     Centers the widget	both vertically	and hori- |
	  |		     zontally.					  |
	  |6		     Moves the widget right one	column		  |
	  |7		     Moves the widget up one  row  and	left  one |
	  |		     column.					  |
	  |8		     Moves the widget up one row.		  |
	  |9		     Moves  the	 widget	 up one	row and	right one |
	  |		     column.					  |
	  |t		     Moves the widget to the top of the	screen.	  |
	  |b		     Moves  the	 widget	 to  the  bottom  of  the |
	  |		     screen.					  |
	  |l		     Moves the widget to the left of the screen.  |
	  |r		     Moves the widget to the right of the screen. |
	  |c		     Centers  the  widget  between  the	 left and |
	  |		     right of the window.			  |
	  |C		     Centers the widget	between	the top	and  bot- |
	  |		     tom of the	window.				  |
	  |Escape	     Returns the widget	to its original	position. |
	  |Return	     Exits  the	 function  and	leaves	the  wid- |
	  |		     getwhere it was.				  |
	  +---------------------------------------------------------------+
	  +---------------------------------------------------------------+
       The numbers 0-9 are chosen to correspond	to the numeric keypad on  your
       terminal.   Cdk does not	handle the application mode keypad control se-
       quences,	since those are	not defined via	terminfo.  To use the  numeric
       keypad you should ensure	that it	is in normal (or NumLock) mode.

SEE ALSO
       cdk(3), cdk_binding(3), cdk_display(3), cdk_screen(3)

							       cdk_position(3)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | SEE ALSO

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