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Old 02-09-2006, 07:38 AM   #1
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Unhappy problem when moving tcl/tk-window in X

Hello list,

I've written a small tcl/tk script which opens a window
where users can insert numbers to access printers.

This is used to print from eg mozilla/
via bash and rsh/ssh to the print-server.

The script is working fine but when the user moves the
tcl/tk-window over the application (mozilla etc) the
tcl/tk-window leaves it's traces on the screen
that means the application-window is a mess.

I am a newbie in tcl/tk and X-programming
and have absolut no more ideas how to solve this problem.

Please help



Michael Weis


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