Tk_CanvasTextInfo  -  additional  information for managing
       text items in canvases


       #include <tk.h>

       Tk_CanvasTextInfo *


       Tk_Canvas   canvas   (in)      A token that  identifies  a
                                      particular canvas widget.


       Textual canvas items are somewhat more complicated to man­
       age than other items, due to things like the selection and
       the input focus.  Tk_CanvasGetTextInfo may be invoked by a
       type manager to obtain additional information  needed  for
       items that display text.  The return value from Tk_Canvas­
       GetTextInfo is a pointer to a  structure  that  is  shared
       between  Tk  and  all  the  items  that display text.  The
       structure has the following form:
              typedef struct Tk_CanvasTextInfo {
                Tk_3DBorder selBorder;
                int selBorderWidth;
                XColor *selFgColorPtr;
                Tk_Item *selItemPtr;
                int selectFirst;
                int selectLast;
                Tk_Item *anchorItemPtr;
                int selectAnchor;
                Tk_3DBorder insertBorder;
                int insertWidth;
                int insertBorderWidth;
                Tk_Item *focusItemPtr;
                int gotFocus;
                int cursorOn;
              } Tk_CanvasTextInfo;
       The selBorder field identifies a Tk_3DBorder  that  should
       be  used  for  drawing the background under selected text.
       selBorderWidth gives the width of the raised border around
       selected  text,  in  pixels.   selFgColorPtr  points to an
       XColor that describes the foreground color to be used when
       drawing selected text.  selItemPtr points to the item that
       is currently  selected,  or  NULL  if  there  is  no  item
       selected  or  if  the  canvas  doesn't have the selection.
       selectFirst and selectLast give the indices of  the  first
       and last selected characters in selItemPtr, as returned by
       necessarily the same as selItemPtr.   selectAnchor  is  an
       index   that   identifies   the   anchor  position  within
       anchorItemPtr.  insertBorder contains a Tk_3DBorder to use
       when  drawing the insertion cursor;  insertWidth gives the
       total width of the insertion cursor in pixels, and insert­
       BorderWidth  gives  the width of the raised  border around
       the insertion cursor.  focusItemPtr  identifies  the  item
       that currently has the input focus, or NULL if there is no
       such item.  gotFocus is 1 if the  canvas  widget  has  the
       input  focus and 0 otherwise.  cursorOn is 1 if the inser­
       tion cursor should be drawn in focusItemPtr and  0  if  it
       should  not be drawn;  this field is toggled on and off by
       Tk to make the cursor blink.

       The structure returned by Tk_CanvasGetTextInfo  is  shared
       between Tk and the type managers;  typically the type man­
       ager calls Tk_CanvasGetTextInfo once when an item is  cre­
       ated  and then saves the pointer in the item's record.  Tk
       will update information  in  the  Tk_CanvasTextInfo;   for
       example,  a configure widget command might change the sel­
       Border field, or a select widget command might change  the
       selectFirst field, or Tk might change cursorOn in order to
       make the insertion cursor flash on and off during  succes­
       sive redisplays.

       Type  managers  should  treat  all  of  the  fields of the
       Tk_CanvasTextInfo  structure  as  read-only,  except   for
       selItemPtr,  selectFirst,  selectLast,  and  selectAnchor.
       Type managers  may  change  selectFirst,  selectLast,  and
       selectAnchor to adjust for insertions and deletions in the
       item (but only if the item is the  current  owner  of  the
       selection  or  anchor,  as  determined  by  selItemPtr  or
       anchorItemPtr).  If all of the selected text in  the  item
       is  deleted,  the  item  should  set selItemPtr to NULL to
       indicate that there is no longer a selection.


       canvas,  focus,  insertion  cursor,  selection,  selection
       anchor, text