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OpenMotif

Motif is the industry standard graphical user interface (GUI) available on more than 200 hardware and software platforms. It is the de facto graphical user interface on UNIX systems in heterogeneous networked computing environments. Motif is fully specified by the IEEE 1295 standard, providing application developers, system vendors, and end users with a stable, mature and reliable environment for application presentation on a wide range of platforms. Motif is also the base graphical user interface for the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) and a number of other desktops.

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  •  29 Jan 2002 07:11

    Release Notes: Ten new widgets have been added to the Open Motif toolkit. These widgets expand Motif's capabilities in areas such as geometry management, resource specification, and user interaction. User-defined "ToolTips" have been added to all widgets that are a subclass of XmPrimitive. Any widget that is a child of a VendorShell gains this functionality.

    •  16 Jul 2000 08:04

      Release Notes: Patches 3 to 5 for Open Motif 2.1.30 include hundreds of fixes and enhancements.

      •  25 May 2000 20:12

        Release Notes: Two patches to fix a problem in mwm and miscellaneous build problems for new platforms, and updated reference binaries from ICS.

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