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Motif and CDE 2.1 Style Guide Certification Checklist
[ ]A selection scope must use, at any one time, either a primary selection
approach or a persistent selection approach.
[ ]When a scope uses a primary selection approach, deselect the primary
selection when the user makes a nonempty primary selection in another scope.
[ ]Selections in a scope that use a persistent selection approach should be
unaffected by selections made in a different scope.
[ ]If your application selection model allows at most one element at a time
to be selected, use a persistent selection approach.
[ ]Allow a selection if the pointer or cursor is on a selected element that
cannot be activated or toggled (for example, a push button within a selected
[ ]Allow a selection if the pointer or cursor is between elements in a
selected text region.
[ ]If pending delete is enabled, allow the user to delete the contents of a
selection before performing a transfer by inserting or pasting elements into
the selection (except possibly on a link operation or, for a primary copy, at
the edge of the primary selection).
[ ]Support pending delete only when a text or graphics cursor is used.
[ ]Disable pending delete behavior if it would lead to deletion of an object.
Enable pending delete behavior when a text cursor is used.
Disable pending delete behavior when an element cursor is used.
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