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pike.git/src/post_modules/GTK2/refdoc/GTK2.pmod/GdkDisplay.pike:158:   //! are restricted to bilevel alpha (i.e. a mask).   //!   //!      int supports_cursor_color( );   //! Returns true if multicolored cursors are supported. Otherwise, cursors   //! have only a foreground and a background color.   //!   //!    + int supports_input_shapes( ); + //! Returns true if GDK2.Window->input_shape_combine_mask() can be used to + //! modify the input shape of windows. + //! + //! +    int supports_selection_notification( );   //! Returns whether GdkEventOwnerChange events will be sent when the owner   //! of a selection changes.   //!   //!    -  + int supports_shapes( ); + //! Returns true if GDK2.Window->shape_combine_mask() can be used to create + //! shaped windows. + //! + //! +    GDK2.Display sync( );   //! Flushes any requests queued for the windowing system and waits until all   //! requests have been handled. This is often used for making sure that the   //! display is synchronized with the current state of the program. Calling   //! sync() before (gdk_error_trap_pop()) makes sure that any errors   //! generated from earlier requests are handled before the error trap is   //! removed.   //!   //! This is most useful for X11. On windowing systems where requests are   //! handled synchronously, this function will do nothing.   //!   //!      GDK2.Display warp_pointer( GTK2.GdkScreen screen, int x, int y );   //! Warps the pointer to the point x,y on the screen, unless the pointer   //! is confined to a window by a grab, in which case it will be moved as far   //! as allowed by the grab. Warping the pointer creates events as if the   //! user had moved the mouse instantaneously to the destination.   //!   //!