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XkbSASetScreen(3)                XKB FUNCTIONS               XkbSASetScreen(3)

       XkbSASetScreen - Sets the screenXXX field of act from s

       void XkbSASetScreen macro ( act, s )
             XkbSwitchScreenAction act;
             int s;

       - act  action in which to set screenXXX

       - s    value to set in screenXXX

       Actions associated with the XkbSwitchScreen action structure change the
       active screen on a multiscreen display.

       The type field of the XkbSwitchScreenAction structure should always  be

       The  flags  field  is composed of the bitwise inclusive OR of the masks
       shown in Table 1.

       c s l l l lw(4i).  Table 1 Switch Screen Action Flags _ Flag Meaning  _
       XkbSA_SwitchAbsolute     T{  If set, the screenXXX field represents the
       index of the new screen. Otherwise, it represents an  offset  from  the
       current  screen  to  the new screen.  T} XkbSA_SwitchApplication  T{ If
       not set, the action should switch to another screen on the same server.
       Otherwise,  it  should  switch  to another X server or application that
       shares the same physical display.  T}

       The screenXXX field is a signed character value that represents  either
       the  relative  or  absolute screen index, depending on the state of the
       XkbSA_SwitchAbsolute bit in the flags field. Xkb provides the following
       macros  to  convert  between the integer and signed character value for
       screen numbers in XkbSwitchScreenAction structures.

           typedef struct _XkbSwitchScreenAction {
               unsigned char    type;        /* XkbSA_SwitchScreen */
               unsigned char    flags;       /* controls screen switching */
               char             screenXXX;   /* screen number or delta */
           } XkbSwitchScreenAction;

       This action is optional. Servers are free to ignore the action  or  any
       of  its  flags  if  they  do not support the requested behavior. If the
       action is ignored, it behaves like XkbSA_NoAction. Otherwise, key press
       and key release events do not generate an event.

X Version 11                     libX11 1.1.5                XkbSASetScreen(3)