A flag to mark the default layout for an interface.
The list of the layout's children.
Some subclasses of
layout have different syntax for
, for example grid-layout (and its subclasses row-layout and column-layout) allows arrays too, and it also accepts
nil in the
Setting the layout description causes the layout to translate it, and then to layout the new children, adjusting the size of its parent if necessary. The actual translation is done by interpret-description.
A layout for one child.
Lays its children out in a row.
Lays its children out in a column.
Lays its children out in an n by m grid.
specifies which child of the layout has the input focus when the layout is first displayed. Panes are compared by
capi-object-name. See pane-initial-focus for more information about the initial focus pane..
CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual (Unix version) - 25 Feb 2015