MGED CMD gui

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gui

Syntax

gui [-config b|c|g] [-d display_string] [-gd graphics_display_string] [-dt graphics_type] [-id name] [-c -h -j -s]


Argument(s)

-config b|c|g
Configure the GUI to display the command window, the graphics window, or both. This option is useful only when the GUI is combining the text and graphics windows. See the -c option.
-d display_string
Display/draw the GUI on the screen indicated by the display_string. Note that this string format is the same as the X DISPLAY environment variable.
-gd display_string
Display/draw the graphics window on the screen indicated by the display_string. Note that this string format is the same as the X DISPLAY environment variable.
-dt graphics_type
Indicates the type of graphics windows to use. The possible choices are X and ogl (for machines that support OpenGL). Defaults to ogl, if supported; otherwise X.
-id name
Specify the id to use when referring to this instance of the GUI.
-c
Combine text window and display manager windows.
-s
Use separate text window and display manager windows. This is the default behavior.
-j
Join the collaborative session
-h
Print the help message.


Return Value(s)

No Return Values for this command.


Description

This command is used to create an instance of MGED’s default Tcl/Tk graphical user interface (GUI).


Example(s)

No Examples for this command.


See Also

No related commands.



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