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DXmCreateColorMixDialog(3X)			   DXmCreateColorMixDialog(3X)

NAME
       DXmCreateColorMixDialog	-  Creates a color mixing widget with a dialog
       box.

SYNOPSIS
       Widget DXmCreateColorMixDialog(parent, name, arglist, argcount)
	       Widget	 parent;
	       String	 name;
	       ArgList	 arglist;
	       Cardinal	 argcount;

PARAMETERS
       The identifier (widget ID) of the parent widget.	 The name of the  cre‐
       ated  widget.   The application argument list.  The number of arguments
       in the application argument list.

DESCRIPTION
       DXmCreateColorMixDialog allows your DECwindows  Motif  applications  to
       query  users  for a color.  The color mixing widget provides users with
       immediate feedback, displaying each new color as it is selected.	  This
       widget uses a pop-up dialog box (or nonpop-up dialog box if you use the
       DXmCreateColorMix routine) that is preconfigured to contain the follow‐
       ing subwidgets:

       ───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

       Subwidget			   Description

       ───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

       Scratch pad			   Stores intermediate colors
					   for	later  use  in	color
					   mixing.

       Color display subwidget		   Displays    the   original
					   color and the new color.

       Color model option menu subwidget   Implements choice of color
					   model.

       Color mixer subwidget		   Provides   graphic	tools
					   users can  use  to  define
					   new colors.

       Push button subwidgets		   Activate color mixing wid‐
					   get functions.

       Label subwidgets			   Provide descriptive infor‐
					   mation.

       ───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

       The color mixing widget allows a user to choose from up to five differ‐
       ent color models: The default color model for the color	mixing	widget
       on  color  systems (it does not display on non-color systems or on sys‐
       tems with too few resources).

	      The color picker consists of a"-color color spectrum and a color
	      palette option menu, a color interpolator and its title, a smear
	      button, and undo button, two paint  bucket  buttons,  and	 arrow
	      buttons to control the warmth and lightness of interpolator col‐
	      ors.  In the HLS color model, a  color  is  specified  by	 three
	      characteristics:	hue, lightness, and saturation.	 Hue is color.
	      Lightness describes the intensity of the color  (the  amount  of
	      the color).  Saturation describes the purity of the color or how
	      much the color is diluted by white.

	      To support the HLS color model, the color mixer  subwidget  con‐
	      tains  three scales that represent the ranges of hue, lightness,
	      and saturation.  The hue scale presents color values as a	 range
	      between  0 and 360.  The lightness and saturation scales present
	      their values as a range of percentages between 0 and  100.   The
	      default  color  model  for the color mixing widget on monochrome
	      systems.

	      In the RGB color model, a color is specified  as	a  mixture  of
	      different	 intensities of red, green, and blue.  In the X Window
	      System, Version 11, you specify the intensity of red, green,  or
	      blue as a value between 0 and 65,535.  Zero is the lowest inten‐
	      sity.  Black is defined as a zero-intensity value for all	 three
	      colors; white is"0 percent intensity for all three colors.

	      To  support  the RGB color model, the color mixer subwidget con‐
	      tains three scales that represent the  ranges  of	 intensity  of
	      red, green, and blue.  Each scale presents these color values as
	      a percentage between 0 and 100.  In addition,  the  color	 mixer
	      subwidget	 contains text widgets in which users of your applica‐
	      tion can enter RGB values directly as text.   The	 text  widgets
	      and the scales are linked: a change in one effects a correspond‐
	      ing change in the other.	A scrolled window  that	 presents  the
	      user  with  a  list  of  X11  named  colors.  Each button in the
	      scrolled window shows the name  of  an  X11  color.   If	enough
	      resources	 are  available,  the background is set to that color.
	      (If the new color is not further modified by other color models,
	      the  X11	name of this color is also returned to the application
	      as part of the color mixing widget's callback  structure.)   You
	      can  use	the  scroll  bar  to  scroll  through this color list.
	      Clicking MB1 on a color in the list  causes  the	color  display
	      subwidget	 to  become filled with that color.  The color browser
	      is available on all systems.

	      A complete list of all the X color values available  to  you  is
	      located on your system.  To find it, type the following command:

	      % find / -name '*rgb*' -print A scale widget that allows genera‐
	      tion of gray shades ranging  from	 black	to  white.   When  the
	      Greyscale	 mixer is selected, the current new color is converted
	      to an appropriate shade of gray, which can then be adjusted with
	      the  scale  widget.   All shades of gray generated by this model
	      are a mixture of equal portions of red, green, and  blue,	 which
	      means  that they appear identically on both color and gray scale
	      systems.

	      The Greyscale mixer is available on all systems.

	      NOTE:  When considering whether to use  a	 pop-up	 or  nonpop-up
	      color mixing widget, the following conditions are in effect: The
	      pop-up color mixing widget (which you create with the DXmCreate‐
	      ColorMixDialog routine) allocates the necessary color cells each
	      time it is mapped and then releases them each time the widget is
	      unmapped.	  The  nonpop-up color mixing widget (which you create
	      with the	DXmCreateColorMix  routine)  allocates	the  necessary
	      color cells at creation time but does not release them until the
	      widget is destroyed.  As such, if color resources	 are  limited,
	      your  application	 should	 use  the  pop-up  color mixing widget
	      instead of the nonpop-up version.

   Resource Information
       You can set the following widget-specific resources in the arglist when
       using  any combination of default or application-provided color display
       and color mixer subwidgets:

       XmString	       DXmNclearLabel; XmString	       DXmNdisplayLabel;  Wid‐
       get	    DXmNdisplayWindow; XmString	       DXmNhelpLabel; XmString
       DXmNmainLabel; XmString	      DXmNmixerLabel; Widget	      DXmNmix‐
       erWindow;  unsigned  short   DXmNnewBlueValue; unsigned short  DXmNnew‐
       GreenValue; unsigned short  DXmNnewRedValue; unsigned short   DXmNorig‐
       BlueValue; unsigned short  DXmNorigGreenValue; unsigned short  DXmNori‐
       gRedValue; XmString	  DXmNresetLabelString; XmString	 DXmN‐
       scratchPadInfoLabel;  XmString	      DXmNscratchPadLabel;  void  proc
       DXmNsetMixerColorProc; void proc	      DXmNsetNewColorProc; XtCallback‐
       List   XmNapplyCallback;	 XmString	  XmNapplyLabelString; XtCall‐
       backList	  XmNcancelCallback;   XmString		 XmNcancelLabelString;
       XtCallbackList  XmNokCallback; XmString	      XmNokLabelString; Widget
       XmNworkWindow;

       You can set the following widget-specific resources in the arglist only
       when using the default color display subwidget:

       unsigned	 short	DXmNbackBlueValue; unsigned short  DXmNbackGreenValue;
       unsigned short	DXmNbackRedValue;  Dimension	    DXmNdisplayColWin‐
       Height;	Dimension	 DXmNdisplayColWinWidth;  Dimension	  DXm‐
       NdispWinMargin; Boolean	       DXmNmatchColors;

       You can set the following widget-specific resources in the arglist only
       when using the default color mixer subwidget:

       XmString		DXmNblackLabel;	 XmString	  DXmNblueLabel; short
       DXmNbrowserItemCount; XmString	     DXmNbrowserLabel;	unsigned  char
       DXmNcolorModel;	XmString	DXmNcoolerLabel; XmString	 DXmN‐
       darkerLabel; XmString	    DXmNearthtoneLabel; XmString	 DXmN‐
       fullLabel;  XmString	   DXmNgrayLabel; XmString	  DXmNgreenLa‐
       bel; XmString	    DXmNgreyscaleLabel; Boolean		DXmNgreyscale‐
       OnGreyscale;  XmString	      DXmNhlsLabel; XmString	    DXmNhueLa‐
       bel; short	    DXmNinterpTileCount;  short		   DXmNinterp‐
       TileHeight;  short	    DXmNinterpTileWidth; XmString	 DXmN‐
       interpTitleLabel;    XmString		DXmNlighterLabel;     XmString
       DXmNlightLabel;	  short		    DXmNlightnessIncrement;   XmString
       DXmNoptionLabel; XmString	DXmNpastelLabel; unsigned short	 DXmN‐
       pickerColors;  XmString	       DXmNpickerLabel;	 short		 DXmN‐
       pickerTileHeight;   short	      DXmNpickerTileWidth;    XmString
       DXmNpickerTitleLabel;	 XmString	     DXmNredLabel;    XmString
       DXmNrgbLabel; XmString	     DXmNsatLabel; XmString	   DXmNslider‐
       Label;  XmString	       DXmNsmearLabel; XmString	       DXmNspectrumLa‐
       bel; XmString	    DXmNundoLabel; XmString	    DXmNuserPaletteLa‐
       bel;  XmString	      DXmNvalueLabel;  XmString	       DXmNvividLabel;
       XmString	       DXmNwarmerLabel; unsigned  short	  DXmNwarmthIncrement;
       XmString	       DXmNwhiteLabel;

   Resources
       (Default or Application-Provided Color Display/Mixer Subwidgets) Speci‐
       fies the text that appears as the label of the scratch pad  clear  push
       button.	 The  default  text is "Clear".	 Access is CSG.	 Specifies the
       text that appears above the color display subwidget,  centered  between
       the  left and right borders.  There is no default.  Access is CSG.  The
       color display subwidget.	 The default  is  the  color  mixing  widget's
       color display subwidget.	 Access is CSG.

	      Note the following: Setting this resource to Null at widget cre‐
	      ation time prevents the color display subwidget from being  dis‐
	      played.	If  an	application  substitutes its own color display
	      subwidget for the default color display subwidget, the  applica‐
	      tion  is completely responsible for managing the subwidget (mak‐
	      ing it visible and controlling  its  geometry  management).   An
	      application can return to the default color display subwidget by
	      using the Intrinsic routine XtSetValues to set the  DXmNdisplay‐
	      Window resource to Null.	Specifies the text that appears inside
	      the Help push button.  The default text is  "Help".   Access  is
	      CSG.   Specifies	the  text that appears at the top of the color
	      mixing widget, centered between  the  left  and  right  borders.
	      There  is	 no  default.  Access is CSG.  Specifies the text that
	      appears above the color mixer subwidget,	centered  between  the
	      left  and	 right	borders.  There is no default.	Access is CSG.
	      The color mixer subwidget.  The default  color  mixer  subwidget
	      supports	the  Hue  Lightness Saturation (HLS), Red, Green, Blue
	      (RGB), Color Picker, Browser, and Greyscale Mixer color  models.
	      Setting  this  resource to Null at widget creation time prevents
	      the color mixer subwidget from being displayed.  Access is CSG.

	      Note the following: If an application substitutes its own	 color
	      mixer  subwidget	for  the  default  color  mixer subwidget, the
	      application is completely responsible for managing the subwidget
	      (making it visible and controlling its geometry management).  An
	      application can later return to the default color mixer  subwid‐
	      get  by using the Intrinsic routine XtSetValues to set the DXmN‐
	      mixerWindow resource to Null.  Applications that use the default
	      color  mixer  subwidget are not required to update the new color
	      value.  However,	applications  that  provide  their  own	 color
	      mixer subwidget must update the new color value, by using either
	      the Intrinsic routine XtSetValues or the	DXmColorMixSetNewColor
	      routine  (which  is  faster).   The new blue color value for the
	      color mixing widget.  The default is 0 unless DXmNmatchColors is
	      True.   If  DXmNmatchColors  is  True,  then DXmNnewBlueValue is
	      always set by default to match  DXmNorigBlueValue	 whenever  the
	      widget  is  created  or  made  visible.  Access is CSG.  The new
	      green color value for the color mixing widget.  The default is 0
	      unless  DXmNmatchColors  is  True.   If DXmNmatchColors is True,
	      then DXmNnewGreenValue is always set by default  to  match  DXm‐
	      NorigGreenValue  whenever the widget is created or made visible.
	      Access is CSG.  The new red color value  for  the	 color	mixing
	      widget.	The  default  is 0 unless DXmNmatchColors is True.  If
	      DXmNmatchColors is True, then DXmNnewRedValue is always  set  by
	      default to match DXmNorigRedValue whenever the widget is created
	      or made visible.	Access is CSG.	The original blue color	 value
	      for  the color mixing widget.  The default is 0; however, appli‐
	      cations should set the original blue value.  Access is CSG.  The
	      original	green  color  value  for the color mixing widget.  The
	      default is 0; however,  applications  should  set	 the  original
	      green  value.   Access is CSG.  The original red color value for
	      the color mixing widget.	The default is	0;  however,  applica‐
	      tions should set the original red value.	Access is CSG.	Speci‐
	      fies the text that appears inside the Reset  push	 button.   The
	      default  is  "Reset".   Access  is CSG.  Specifies the text that
	      appears as the label centered at the top of the scratch pad pop-
	      up.  The	default text is "Save colors here...".	Access is CSG.
	      Specifies the text that appears as the label of the scratch  pad
	      push  button.   The default text is "Scratch Pad...".  Access is
	      CSG.  The resource used by the color mixing widget to update the
	      current  color  mixer  controls  when the application sets a new
	      color.  (It is intended for applications that use a  non-default
	      color mixer subwidget.)  The default is a procedure (specific to
	      the color mixing widget) that updates  the  appropriate  default
	      color  model  (Picker, HLS, RGB, Browser, or Greyscale).	Access
	      is CSG.  The resource used by the color mixing widget to	update
	      the  new	color values displayed in the color display subwidget.
	      If the application replaces the default color display  subwidget
	      and  requires that the color mixing widget update the new color,
	      the application must set this  resource.	 Otherwise,  replacing
	      the  default color display subwidget sets this resource to Null.
	      Access is CSG.

	      If this resource is set and the application manages this subwid‐
	      get, the work window is placed below the color display and color
	      mixer subwidgets (if present) and above the color mixing	widget
	      push buttons.  Callback (or callbacks) made when the user clicks
	      the Apply push button widget in the color	 mixing	 widget.   The
	      reason  for  this	 callback is XmCR_APPLY.  The default is Null.
	      Access is CSG.  Specifies the text that appears inside the Apply
	      push  button.  The default is "Apply".  Access is CSG.  Callback
	      (or callbacks) made when the user clicks the Cancel push	button
	      widget in the color mixing widget.  The reason for this callback
	      is XmCR_CANCEL.  The default is Null.  Access is CSG.  Specifies
	      the  text	 that  appears	inside	the  Cancel  push button.  The
	      default is "Cancel".  Access is CSG.   Callback  (or  callbacks)
	      made when the user clicks the OK push button widget in the color
	      mixing widget.  The reason for this callback  is	XmCR_ACTIVATE.
	      The  default  is	Null.  Access is CSG.  Specifies the text that
	      appears inside the OK push button.  The default is "OK".	Access
	      is  CSG.	An optional work area subwidget.  The default is Null.
	      Access is CSG.

   Resources
       (Default Color Display Subwidget Only) The value of the	default	 color
       display	subwidget's  blue  background  color.	The   default value is
       32767 (gray). Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get  is  used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The value of
	      the default color display subwidget's  green  background	color.
	      The default value is 32767 (gray).  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.	The  value  of
	      the default color display subwidget's red background color.  The
	      default value is 32767 (gray). Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get  is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.	 The height of
	      the original and new color display windows.  The default	is  80
	      pixels.  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.	The  width  of
	      the  original  and new color display windows.  The default is 80
	      pixels.  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get  is  used;  otherwise,  the resource is ignored.  The margin
	      between the original and the new color display windows  and  the
	      outsides	edges  of  the color display subwidget.	 The margin is
	      the area affected by the	 background  resources	(set  gray  by
	      default).	 The default width is 20 pixels.  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get is used; otherwise, the  resource  is	 ignored.   A  Boolean
	      resource	that specifies whether new color values are matched to
	      original color values whenever the color mixing widget  is  cre‐
	      ated  and made visible.  When True, new color values are matched
	      to original color values.	 When False, new color values are  not
	      matched  to original color values.  The default is True.	Access
	      is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color display subwid‐
	      get is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.

   Resources
       (Default	 Color	Mixer  Subwidget Only) Specifies the text that appears
       below the left end of the  middle  scale	 subwidget.   The  default  is
       "Black".	 Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the HLS mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      Specifies the text that appears below the left end of the bottom
	      scale subwidget.	The default is "Blue".	Access is CSG.

	      This resource is used in the RGB	mixer  if  the	default	 color
	      mixer  subwidget	is  used;  otherwise, the resource is ignored.
	      The number of visible items in the browser's  color  list.   You
	      can set this resource only at widget creation time. Each visible
	      item requires that the color mix widget allocate its  own	 color
	      cell.  The default is 5.	Access is CG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that  appears as the fourth item in the color model option menu.
	      The default text is "Browser".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is  used;	 otherwise,  the resource is ignored.  The color model
	      currently being used.  The values for this resource are as  fol‐
	      lows:

	      ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

	      Color Model    Value		      When Default

	      ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

	      Color Picker   DXmColorModelPicker      Color systems

	      HLS	     DXmColorModelHLS	      Not used as default

	      RGB	     DXmColorModelRGB	      Monochrome systems

	      Browser	     DXmColorModelBrowser     Not used as default

	      Greyscale	     DXmColorModelGreyscale   Gray scale systems

	      ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

	      Applications  should set this resource before the widget is man‐
	      aged (if at all), and allow users	 to  switch  color  models  by
	      using the option menu.  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      of  the  Cooler  arrow  button.	The  default text is "Cooler".
	      Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      of the Darker arrow  button.   The  default  text	 is  "Darker".
	      Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The label used  to
	      represent	 the  earthtones palette in the picker spectrum option
	      menu.  The default text is "Earthtones".	Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears below the right end of the bottom scale  subwidget.
	      The default is "Full".  Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the HLS mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      Specifies	 the  text  that  appears below the left of the bottom
	      scale subwidget.	The default is "Gray".	Access is CSG.

	      This resource is used in the HLS	mixer  if  the	default	 color
	      mixer  subwidget	is  used;  otherwise, the resource is ignored.
	      Specifies the text that appears below the left end of the middle
	      scale subwidget.	The default is "Green".	 Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the RGB mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      Specifies	 the text that appears as the bottom item in the color
	      model option menu.  The default text is "Grayscale".  Access  is
	      CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  A Boolean resource
	      that, when True, specifies that the greyscale mixing color model
	      is to be the default on greyscale systems.  The default is True.
	      Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that  appears as the second item in the color model option menu.
	      The default is "HLS".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears to the  left	 of  the  top  scale  subwidget.   The
	      default is "Hue:".  Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the HLS mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      The number of interpolator tiles used.  (The color mixing widget
	      must allocate a color cell for each interpolator tile.)  You can
	      set  this resource only at widget creation time.	The default is
	      10.  Access is CG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The height of each
	      interpolator tile, in pixels.  The default  is  30.   Access  is
	      CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The width of  each
	      interpolator  tile,  in  pixels.	 The default is 30.  Access is
	      CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that  appears  centered  above  the  interpolator	 widget.   The
	      default text is "Interpolator".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      of  the  Lighter	arrow  button.	The default text is "Lighter".
	      Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears to the left of the  bottom  scale  subwidget.   The
	      default is "Lightness:".	Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the HLS mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      The percentage by which to increase or decrease the lightness of
	      the color of each interpolator tile when the lighter  or	darker
	      buttons are pressed.  The default is 5.  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that  appears inside the color model option menu subwidget.  The
	      default is "Color Model:".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is  used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The label used to
	      represent the pastels palette  in	 the  picker  spectrum	option
	      menu.  The default text is "Pastels".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  A palette  of  ten
	      colors  that  will  be  available	 through the user palette menu
	      option.  If not specified, no user palette will  appear  in  the
	      menu; otherwise, the user palette will become the default picker
	      palette.	You can set this  resource  only  at  widget  creation
	      time.  Access is CG.

	      Note  that  the  first item in the array is the red value of the
	      first spectrum tile, the second item is  its  green  value,  the
	      third  item  is  its  blue  value, the fourth item is the second
	      tile's red value, and so on.   Thus,  this  array	 must  contain
	      thirty elements if it is set.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that  appears  as	 the  top item in the color model option menu.
	      The default text is "Picker".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The height of each
	      individual spectrum tile, in pixels.  The default is 30.	Access
	      is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The width of  each
	      individual spectrum tile, in pixels.  The default is 30.	Access
	      is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears centered above the picker widget. The default  text
	      is "Spectrum".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears below the left end of the top scale subwidget.  The
	      default is "Red".	 Access is CSG.

	      This resource is used in the RGB	mixer  if  the	default	 color
	      mixer  subwidget	is  used;  otherwise, the resource is ignored.
	      Specifies the text that appears as the third item in  the	 color
	      model option menu.  The default is "RGB".	 Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that  appears  to	 the  left of the middle scale subwidget.  The
	      default is "Saturation:".	 Access is CSG.

	      This resource is used in the HLS	mixer  if  the	default	 color
	      mixer  subwidget	is  used;  otherwise, the resource is ignored.
	      Specifies the text that appears above the left end  of  the  top
	      scale subwidget.	The default is "Percentage".  Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the RGB mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      Specifies	 the  text of the Smear push button.  The default text
	      is "Smear".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is  used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The label used to
	      represent the "rainbow" palette in the  picker  spectrum	option
	      menu.  The default text is "Spectrum".  Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      of the Undo push button.	The default text is "Undo".  Access is
	      CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is  used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The label used to
	      represent the application-defined user palette in	 the  spectrum
	      option  menu.   The  default  text is "User palette".  Access is
	      CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears above the column of text subwidgets.	  The  default
	      is "Value".  Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the RGB mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise,  the	resource  is  ignored.
	      The  label  used	to  represent the vivids palette in the picker
	      spectrum option menu.  The default text is "Vivids".  Access  is
	      CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      of  the  Warmer  arrow  button.	The  default text is "Warmer".
	      Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is  used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  The amount of red
	      or blue added to the color of each interpolator  tile  when  the
	      warmer  or  cooler  buttons  are	pressed.  The default is 5000.
	      Access is CSG.

	      This resource is valid only if the default color mixer subwidget
	      is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.  Specifies the text
	      that appears below the right end of the middle scale  subwidget.
	      The default is "White".  Access is CSG.

	      This  resource  is  used	in  the HLS mixer if the default color
	      mixer subwidget is used; otherwise, the resource is ignored.

   Resource Information
       The following resources inherited from  XmBulletinBoard	are  supported
       differently:  The default for XmNdialogStyle is XmDIALOG_MODELESS.  The
       default for XmNdialogTitle is "Color Mixing".  The default  for	XmNre‐
       sizePolicy is XmRESIZE_NONE.

   Resource Information
       typedef struct {
	     int	     reason;
	     XEvent	     *event;
	     unsigned short  newred;
	     unsigned short  newgrn;
	     unsigned short  newblu;
	     char	     *newname;
	     unsigned short  origred;
	     unsigned short  origgrn;
	     unsigned short  origblu*L; } DXmColorMixCallbackStruct;

       Callback Field Descriptions

       An integer set to the callback reason. See the Callback Reasons section
       for the values that are valid for this widget.	A  pointer  to	the  X
       event structure describing the event that generated this callback.  The
       new red color value for the color mixing widget.	 The new  green	 color
       value  for  the	color mixing widget.  The new blue color value for the
       color mixing widget.  Passes a color name to an	application.   If  the
       user  selects  a named color from the Browser and then triggers a call‐
       back to the application without modifying the new  color,  the  newname
       field  of the callback data structure is filled in with a pointer to an
       ASCII, null-terminated string that contains the color's X11 name.  This
       string is read-only, and should not be freed or modified.

	      If  a  color  is	generated in one of the other color models, or
	      generated in the browser and subsequently modified, the  newname
	      field  in	 the  callback structure is set to Null.  The original
	      red color value for the color mixing widget.  The original green
	      color  value  for	 the  color  mixing widget.  The original blue
	      color value for the color mixing widget.

   Callback Reasons
       The user has activated the OK push button.  The user has activated  the
       Apply push button.  The user has activated the Cancel push button.

   Resource Information
       The color mixing widget completely controls the layout of its children.

   Resizing
       The color mixing widget computes the smallest possible size required to
       enclose all of its children, including any of the variably sized	 color
       mixing  subwidgets.  The size remains fixed while the user selects dif‐
       ferent color models from the option menu.

   Inherited Resources
       DXmCreateColorMixDialog inherits behaviour and resources from the  fol‐
       lowing superclasses:

       Core Resource Set Composite Resource Set Constraint Resource Set XmMan‐
       ager Resource Set XmBulletinBoard Resource Set

RETURN VALUES
       The identifier (widget ID) of the created color mixing widget.

RELATED INFORMATION
       DXmCreateColorMix(3X),  DXmColorMixGetNewColor(3X),  DXmColorMixSetNew‐
       Color(3X)

						   DXmCreateColorMixDialog(3X)
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