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Indeed, as Stuart Burnfield hints, 1.0 is not the latest revision
of the OSF/Motif Style Guide. I have both 1.0 and 1.2. I sort of
wish I'd never seen 1.2. Possibly for the benefit of programmers,
it runs each of its multi-word terms together: SelectionBox,
TearOffButton, PanedWindow, etc. I suppose you could use the
same terms with spaces in the middle, but the book sure is
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