Arguments: stream old-box draw-fn erase-fn &optional scroll-p cursor
A destructive version of get-shape-fixed-box. The old-box argument (which provides the initial box and the height and width of the resulting box) is modified to be the box chosen by the user and then returned. Like get-shape-fixed-box, this function waits as the user moves the mouse about to establish the top-left corner of the desired box. When the user presses a mouse button to establish the corner, old-box is set to the resulting box and returned.
draw-fn is called each time the shape is to be drawn and erase-fn each time it is to be erased. draw-fn and erase-fn each have two arguments: the stream and the current box. When they are called, the stream brush will be set to one pixel-width black, the stream paint operation to invert. Thus, drawing the shape twice will suffice.
As the mouse moves about, candidate boxes are drawn and erased using draw-fn and erase-fn.
If scroll-p is true, the window identified by stream will be scrolled if the cursor moves outside it. Sets the stream cursor to cursor while running. If the cursor argument is t, a stream default is used (typically the cross-hair cursor).
Note: incompatible change in release 6.0: in releases prior
to 6.0, when a
was passed to this operator, the operator was actually applied to the
child (the result of applying frame-child to the
frame-with-single-child instance). In release 6.0, this redirection no
longer occurs. If you intend this operator to apply to the
frame-child, pass that to this operator rather than the parent. This
is a non-backward-compatible-change. See the release notes for more
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