Set the current style for a widget
int PtSetWidgetStyle( PtWidget_t *widget, char *name );
This function causes the provided widget to use the style called name from its widget class's style set.
If there isn't a style called name, this function creates a duplicate of the default style and calls the copy name. The widget then references this new style. If at a later time you modify the style, all widgets referencing it reextent (resize) and redraw themselves.
|You can also set the style for a widget instance by setting its Pt_ARG_STYLE resource (defined by PtBasic). Setting this resource has the same effect as calling PtSetWidgetStyle().|
The index of the style selected.
See “Widget Styles” in the Managing Widgets in Application Code chapter of the Photon Programmer's Guide.
Pt_ARG_STYLE resource of PtBasic in the Photon Widget Reference
“Widget Styles” in the Managing Widgets in Application Code chapter of the Photon Programmer's Guide