XWarpPointer(display, src_w, dest_w, src_x, src_y, src_width, src_height, dest_x, dest_y) Display *display; Window src_w, dest_w; int src_x, src_y; unsigned int src_width, src_height; int dest_x, dest_y;
|display||Specifies the connection to the X server.|
|src_w||Specifies the source window or None.|
|dest_w||Specifies the destination window or None.|
|Specify a rectangle in the source window.|
|Specify the x and y coordinates within the destination window.|
The src_x and src_y coordinates are relative to the origin of src_w. If src_height is zero, it is replaced with the current height of src_w minus src_y. If src_width is zero, it is replaced with the current width of src_w minus src_x.
There is seldom any reason for calling this function. The pointer should normally be left to the user. If you do use this function, however, it generates events just as if the user had instantaneously moved the pointer from one position to another. Note that you cannot use XWarpPointer() to move the pointer outside the confine_to window of an active pointer grab. An attempt to do so will only move the pointer as far as the closest edge of the confine_to window.
XWarpPointer() can generate a BadWindow error.
|BadWindow||A value for a Window argument does not name a defined Window.|