XWithdrawWindow (3) - Linux Man Pages
XWithdrawWindow: manipulate top-level windows
XIconifyWindow, XWithdrawWindow, XReconfigureWMWindow - manipulate top-level windows
- Status XIconifyWindow(Display *display, Window w, int screen_number);
- Status XWithdrawWindow(Display *display, Window w, int screen_number);
- Status XReconfigureWMWindow(Display *display, Window w, int screen_number, unsigned int value_mask, XWindowChanges *values);
- Specifies the connection to the X server.
- Specifies the appropriate screen number on the host server.
- Specifies which values are to be set using information in the values structure. This mask is the bitwise inclusive OR of the valid configure window values bits.
- Specifies the XWindowChanges structure.
- Specifies the window.
DESCRIPTIONThe XIconifyWindow function sends a WM_CHANGE_STATE ClientMessage event with a format of 32 and a first data element of IconicState (as described in section 4.1.4 of the Inter-Client Communication Conventions Manual) and a window of w to the root window of the specified screen with an event mask set to SubstructureNotifyMask| SubstructureRedirectMask. Window managers may elect to receive this message and if the window is in its normal state, may treat it as a request to change the window's state from normal to iconic. If the WM_CHANGE_STATE property cannot be interned, XIconifyWindow does not send a message and returns a zero status. It returns a nonzero status if the client message is sent successfully; otherwise, it returns a zero status.
The XWithdrawWindow function unmaps the specified window and sends a synthetic UnmapNotify event to the root window of the specified screen. Window managers may elect to receive this message and may treat it as a request to change the window's state to withdrawn. When a window is in the withdrawn state, neither its normal nor its iconic representations is visible. It returns a nonzero status if the UnmapNotify event is successfully sent; otherwise, it returns a zero status.
XWithdrawWindow can generate a BadWindow error.
The XReconfigureWMWindow function issues a ConfigureWindow request on the specified top-level window. If the stacking mode is changed and the request fails with a BadMatch error, the error is trapped by Xlib and a synthetic ConfigureRequestEvent containing the same configuration parameters is sent to the root of the specified window. Window managers may elect to receive this event and treat it as a request to reconfigure the indicated window. It returns a nonzero status if the request or event is successfully sent; otherwise, it returns a zero status.
- Some numeric value falls outside the range of values accepted by the request. Unless a specific range is specified for an argument, the full range defined by the argument's type is accepted. Any argument defined as a set of alternatives can generate this error.
- A value for a Window argument does not name a defined Window.