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attr_get(), slk_attron(), slk_attrset()
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slk_attroff()
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The slk_attroff() function is used to remove one or more attributes from the soft label key display.
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int slk_attroff(const chtype attrs); int slk_attr_off(const attr_t attrs, void * opts);
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attrs is a chtype variable representing one or more attribute constants. These constants are defined in NCURSES.H as listed in Table A-1 under attrset(). NULL is used as a placeholder the undefined opts argument.
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The soft key labels are normally formatted with the standout (A_STANDOUT) format. slk_attroff() can be use to remove this attribute, or slk_attrset() can be used to assign new attributes. Also see the Notes for slk_attron() and slk_attrset() for more information.
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slk_attroff(A_BOLD);
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The statement removes the bold attribute from any text written to the soft labels by subsequent slk_set() commands.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 #include <ncurses.h> #define CENTER 1 #define LCOUNT 8 int main(void) { char labels[LCOUNT][19] = { Help! , File , Print , Text , Edit , Quick , Config , System }; char *text; int x; slk_init(0); initscr(); slk_attroff(A_STANDOUT); for(x=0;x<LCOUNT;x++) slk_set(x+1,labels[x],CENTER); slk_refresh(); getch();
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NCurses Library Reference
endwin(); return 0; }
Sample output: The labels are displayed in normal text; the slk_attroff(A_STANDOUT) function removes the standout formatting normally applied to the labels.
Also See
attroff(), slk_attron(), slk_attrset()
slk_attron()
The slk_attron() function applies the standard text attributes to the soft labels. It is the soft label key equivalent of the attron() function.
Man Page Formats
int slk_attron(const chtype attrs); int slk_attr_on(attr_t attrs, void* opts);
Format Reference
attrs is a chtype variable representing one or more attribute constants as defined in NCURSES.H. NULL is used in the slk_attr_on() function as a placeholder for the undefined opts value.
Return Value
ERR on failure, OK or some value other than ERR on success.
Notes
As with attron(), the slk_attron() function merely adds attributes to those already set. Setting a new attribute does not affect previous attributes applied to the soft labels. Soft label keys are normally displayed with the A_STANDOUT attribute applied. Multiple attributes can be applied by using more than one NCurses attribute constant separated by a logical OR in the slk_attron() statement.
Appendix A
NCurses Library Reference
Refer to Table A-1 (in the attrset() entry) for a list of NCurses attribute constants. COLOR_PAIR(n) can be specified as a text attribute, where n is a color pair number defined by an init_pair() function earlier in the program. Also see the slk_color() function. Individual labels can be assigned unique attributes by using slk_attron() or slk_attrset() and then issuing a slk_set() function to update one or more labels. The updated labels show the newly applied attributes.
Examples
slk_attron(A_UNDERLINE);
Here, the underline attribute is set in addition to any other attributes already defined for the soft labels.
slk_attron(A_BOLD | A_BLINK);
This statement turns on the bold and (annoying) blink attributes, in addition to any other attributes previously defined, for the soft labels.
Sample Program
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 #include <ncurses.h> #define CENTER 1 #define LCOUNT 8 int main(void) { char labels[LCOUNT][19] = { Help! , File , Print , Text , Edit , Quick , Config , System }; char *text; int x; slk_init(0); initscr(); for(x=0;x<LCOUNT;x++) slk_set(x+1,labels[x],CENTER); slk_attron(A_BOLD); slk_refresh(); refresh(); getch(); endwin(); return 0; }
Appendix A
NCurses Library Reference
Sample output: The labels appear in bold text (in addition to inverse/standout).
Also See
attron(), slk_attrset(), slk_attroff(), slk_color()
slk_attrset()
The slk_attrset() function discards any previously defined attributes for the soft label keys and defines a new set of attributes. It is the soft label key counterpart of the attrset() functions.
Man Page Format
int slk_attrset(const chtype attrs); int slk_attr_set(const attr_t attrs, short color_pair_number, ; void* opts);
Format Reference
attrs is a chtype value representing one or more attribute constants, as defined in NCURSES.H and listed in Table A-1 (under attrset()). color_pair_number is a short int value representing a color pair number defined by init_pair() earlier in the code. It s the same value as the n used in COLOR_PAIR(n). NULL is used in the slk_attr_set() functions as a placeholder the undefined opts value.