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  Use the OpenLook Window Manager
The OpenLook trim is distinctive with a title at the top, an iconify button at the top left, and resize wedges in each corner.
OpenLook will not work reasonably unless you have a three button mouse.
OpenLook includes some modified key sequences but these are seldom used.
www.uwo.ca /its/doc/hdi/x11/x3-olwm.html   (2130 words)

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HELP OPENLOOK Jonathan Meyer, Nov 1990 This file describes the POPLOG interface to the Open Look Intrinsics Toolkit Widget Set (sometimes referred to as OLIT or Xol, this widgetset is referred to as OpenLook in the rest of this document).
OpenLook was developed by AT&T and Sun as a joint venture.
OpenLook applications must be run in conjunction with an OpenLook compliant X server (either the Sun OpenWindows X Server, or a server providing the necessary OpenLook fonts and window manager).
www.cs.bham.ac.uk /research/poplog/doc/popxhelp/openlook   (611 words)

 Debugging with Wind/U   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
OpenLook only keeps track of the Z-order of the window and its immediate child.
OpenLook only keeps track of the Z-order of the application window and its immediate child (Modal 1).
If you are running OpenLook Window Manager (olwm or olvwm), see if the problem also occurs under the Motif Window Manager (mwm).
www.bristol.com /support/windu/wu_ug/ch4.htm   (2791 words)

 Encyclopedia: OpenLook
OPEN LOOK or OpenLook was an early graphical user interface (GUI) specification developed by Sun Microsystems and ATandT in the early 1990s for UNIX workstations.
OpenLook was distinguished by its oval-shaped buttons, triangle pull down menus and pushpins which allowed dialog boxes and palettes to stay visible.
In an attempt to create an API to make applications GUI independent, USL developed the awkwardly named MoOLIT or Motif Openlook Intrinsics Toolkit, which was kept OLIT API, but allowed users to choose which GUI they wanted at runtime.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/OpenLook   (398 words)

 OpenLook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
OPEN LOOK or OpenLook was an early graphical user interface (GUI) specification developed by Sun Microsystems and ATandT in the early 1990s for UNIXworkstations.
OpenLook was distinguised by its oval-shaped buttons, trianglepull down menus and pushpins which allowed dialog boxes and palettes to stay visible.
Because it was a specification at the userlevel, it could actually be implemented in different ways underneath -- using X Window System or Sun's NeWS toolkit.
www.therfcc.org /openlook-196458.html   (248 words)

 pop11 ref OpenLook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
---------------------- 4 OpenLook Procedures ---------------------- When any of the OpenLook widgetclasses are loaded, they load a number of OpenLook convenience functions (starting with Ol-), and also define several additional procedures needed to use OpenLook in Poplog (starting with Xpol-).
These are used in situations where you need to build data structures in Poplog to pass out to OpenLook, and follow similar naming conventions to the shadowclasses defined by the Poplog X Toolkit.
Note that the OpenLook ScrollingList procedure in the XtN applAddItem resource expects a C OlListItem structure (not a pointer to a structure, as with most X toolkit procedures) as one of its arguments.
www.poplog.org /docs/popdocs/pop11/ref/OpenLook   (2215 words)

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window (OpenLook) relate to the ISAKMP key negotiations and not to encrypted sessions, whose parameters are defined in the Rule Encryption Properties windows (see "Rule Encryption Properties").
In the OpenLook GUI, all the relevant fields are in one window.
The other fields in the OpenLook window are described in "Defining an SPI (Windows)".
www.checkpoint.com /support/technical/online_ug/firewall-14.0/vpencryp.htm   (4008 words)

 V6 SAS Note: SAS with X-windows under OpenLook window manager doesn't accept input
When using SAS with X-windows under OpenLook and its window manager (olwm), the windows seem normal when SAS comes up but will not accept keyboard input.
You can move the cursor to the window by positioning the mouse in the window and clicking, but no input is accepted.
This is caused by the SAS windows not coming into focus under the OpenLook window manager.
support.sas.com /techsup/unotes/V6/5/5688.html   (140 words)

 pop11 ref font
Motif and OpenLook add additional features on top of the Vanilla version, such as dialog boxes and popup prompts.
XVed is optimized to add additional menus onto the end of the menubar or popup menu, so it is quickest to add any new option menus at the end of any existing options.
This is because the OpenLook widgetset expects certain conditions to hold which are not respected by these window managers.
www.rdg.ac.uk:8081 /cgi-bin/cgiwrap/wsi14/poplog/pop11/ref/font   (9944 words)

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The toolkit presents functions and/or objects (along with a programming approach) which is independent of which GUI the programmer is targeting.
OpenLook This is one of the choices of look-and-feel under the X Window system.
One can generate software that is compliant to the OpenLook or Motif look-and-feel (or any other, for that matter) using Xlib.
www-h.eng.cam.ac.uk /help/tpl/graphics/portable_gui_kits   (9994 words)

The X-WIN default is to use the Windows 3.1 window manager instead of the OpenLook window manager, but this seems to be less convenient.
You may also chose a screen size that is smaller than the screen resolution, and in that case the virtual root window will simply be smaller than the full screen.
When using the Windows 3.1 window manager, you cannot start the openlook window manager, so it is necessary to run a different script to start the unix system.
www.chem.tamu.edu /services/NMR/notes/notes_9.html   (1195 words)

 .: Engineering Network Services :: Help Desk :: FAQ :.
X is a device independent windowing system that supports a number of tools, such as the windowing programs available in SPICE and magic.
OpenLook is 2D or 3D graphical user interface.
We will support OpenLook because it is free; Motif is not.
www.eng.auburn.edu /department/ens/faq8.html   (916 words)

 OpenLook from LiveJournal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
But back then, it wasn't GNOME and KDE; it was OpenLook and Motif.
As a result, I believe that any toolkit that does not allow full customization or cannot be customized to look like the other toolkit's default style should be considered broken.
Вчера начались мастер-классы на OpenLook 2004, в отсутствие напарника смог вырваться с работы только после двух часов, соответственно пропустил первых два класса...
www.ljseek.com /search/OpenLook   (256 words)

 wksh(1), SCO UnixWare Product Family Release 2.1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The programmer must specify which toolkit is being used either by giving wksh one of the options: -openlook or -motif, or by setting the variable $WKSHTOOLKIT to either OPENLOOK or MOTIF.
Variable Set By Command Summary _________________________________________________ WKSHAPI XtAppInitialize One of: OPENLOOK, MOTIF, or MOOLIT TOPLEVEL XtAppInitialize The handle of the TopLevelShell Widget APPNAME XtAppInitialize The Application's name Sub-object Convenience Variables Some widgets which contain sub-objects automatically store the widget handle of the sub-object in a variable when the widget is created.
The variable name which holds the sub-object handle is constructed by adding a suffix to the parent's variable name.
www.ifthenfi.nl:8080 /cgi-bin/ssl_getmanpage?wksh+1+UW21+wksh   (5954 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It is possible to force the SunView or OpenLook window to be a particular size.
When running in a SunView or OpenLook window, the TERM environment variable is usually set to sun-cmd.
You should also set the co and li members in the definition to correspond to the number of rows/columns specified in the is string.
www.vtsoft.com /support/vv/technotes/VV-00092.txt   (219 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Both are point 'n click and very easy to use, the OpenLook version, however, can be a bit of a problem if you are not running the OpenLook window manager (if you don't know what this is, then you most likely are not using the OpenLook WM).
The problem with the Motif version is that it tends to crash if you attempt to rotate the image in the Make sure the software that drives the scanner is in your path by running 'which motifscan' or 'which openscan' - you should get the response: /usr/local/apunix/scanner/bin/motifscan /usr/local/apunix/scanner/bin/openscan respectively.
The utility for scanning is easy to use and doesn't require a lot of explanation.
www.ece.ogi.edu /help/scanner   (544 words)

 New Menus for Windows 1.46
From OpenLook, another idea is implemented for Windows: every (sub-)menu can be stuck onto the desktop.
Known by OpenLook and Motif, is the possibility to activate a window just by moving the mouse cursor.
With one mode of the XMouse feature you can automatically bring the window up to the front of all other windows by only moving the mouse into any part of the window.
www.artefaktur.com /corporate/kommer/projects/nmfw/nmfw-en.html   (1138 words)

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In OpenLook one dismisses a window merely by pressing the right(menu) button in the window header area and selecting dismiss.
Scenes use an openlook style in which the right(menu) mouse button pops up menus from which one either selects an action to be performed immediately, eg.
Round or Whole Scene, or else selects a meaning for the left(select) mouse button which will be used when the left mouse button is pressed within any view of that particular scene.
www.cs.stir.ac.uk /courses/31YF/Neuron/Progref/html/help/neuron/agui/gui.html   (3337 words)

 Meeting June 8 - They Got it Right the First Time: The OpenLook Window   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Although SUN let go of OpenLook as part of an agreement to move on to CDE in 1994 (CDE was going to be THE Window Manager for ALL Unix workstations), the goals of the OpenLook effort were met, and resulted in a very useful Window Manager!
During this presentation, we'll explore OpenLook a bit, compare it with some other window managers (OpenLook is older than most of them!), and perhaps learn a bit (or more) about how window managers have evolved since OpenLook was created.
An unabashed (so to speak) OpenLook bigot, he uses this presentation as the start of a short series where he will discuss some of his very own favorite tools.
kalamazoolinux.org /mailarchive/9906/msg00039.html   (469 words)

 X-Terminal Emulation Software Saves Money
XOne is a product for people who need access to UNIX hosts to access a graphics type program, but can't afford or don't need to purchase a complete workstation for each user.
It would be easier for him to make a macro of a and b for you so you won't have to type this in all the time.
The reason for the change is that Openlook windows can change size, XOne windows cannot.
www.chips.navy.mil /archives/93_apr/file18.html   (1482 words)

 Chapter 16 Window Manager
This section is written for users not familiar with the Motif and OpenLook window managers and is designed to provide basic information on how to use them.
The OpenLook window manager (olwm) is functionally similar to many popular personal computer windowing interfaces, such as Microsoft’s Windows or Apple Computer’s MacOS.
Windows are the primary component for using applications with the OpenLook interface.
www.mdlcorp.com /cusrunix/chap16.htm   (2008 words)

 Users Guide: Openlook window manager
Now the X window system OpenWindows is started and will use the OpenLook window manager.
Another one is running in the background (with no output): it is the OpenLook window manager.
Your are now in the login shell and must enter logout and return to exit this login shell.
www.dde-eda.com /ecadman8/guide/olw.html   (1228 words)

 OpenLook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
OpenLook was developed as an integral part of the x windows system by Sun Microsystems and AT&T. It found itself in competition with MOTIF, a GUI toolkit that was developed in collective effort.
MOTIF prevailed and became the basis for the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) and in form of OpenMOTIF?
As Openlook never became open software, there was never a possibility to create freely distributable software with it. /wiki/OpenLook   (92 words)

 [Chapter 12] 12.6 GUI Interfaces
There is a plain "No Toolkit" version which does not use a toolkit, but has custom scrollbars and a bulletin board widget for geometry management.
The scrollbar indicator may be dragged in order to move about and scrolling up or down by an entire pane may be accomplished by clicking above or below the indicator.
The OpenLook scrollbars provide additional mechanisms for quickly moving to the top or bottom of the buffer.
alex.mackow.free.fr /books/Unix2/vi/ch12_06.htm   (1465 words)

 (No title)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
We (Giuseppe Mornacchi and I) installed the product on a sun4 running openlook, but noticed that the motif version supplied with it works fine (even under openlook).
The table of contents window starts the search, a lookup window has the parameters, and the results are highlighted in the text window.
As under openlook I found I was always losing windows on the screen, it would take me some time to find the results of my search.
www.bilkent.edu.tr /pub/Products/DynaText/Overview.html   (554 words)

 Why GNOME Libs are dropped   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In 1991, a similar problem was present in the Graphical arena on UNIX systems: Motif of OpenLook?.
The result was simple: one remains (Motif) and one become obsolete OpenLook.
Today, you probably will found OpenLook is some ftp site with a last update date near to ten years ago, or so.
www.futuretg.com /news/2003/GNOME_libs_dropped   (672 words)

 #108456-01: Solstice Firewall-1 3.0b (Service Pack 9)Sparc: Upgrade patch (Non-VPN)
OpenLook GUI: 1.In the OpenLook GUI, fixed the auto-update of the System Status.
Router Management (RSC/SRE): 1.Fixed a problem where selecting more than one switch object to install the policy on would fail to install on any but the first switch.
4.When managing a Bay router from the OpenLook GUI it is now possible to select the version of the bay router when defining its network object.
sunsolve.sun.com /search/document.do?assetkey=urn:cds:docid:1-21-108456-01-1   (1567 words)

 SDSU CCDtool Documentation
It is written in Kernighan and Ritchie "C" for the SUN operating system revision 4.1.3 and Solaris 2.x in the OpenLook graphical user interface.
The current revision level is 1.3.1, which signifies that it is the first version released for non-developmental use.
The program is invoked by entering "ccdtool" in an OpenLook window or by selecting the CCDTool item from the main menu.
astroa.physics.metu.edu.tr /tug/ccd/man/old_ccdtool.html   (2669 words)

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