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    </dd>

    <dt id="description"><b>DESCRIPTION</b></dt>

    <dd>The <code><b>scrollutil::scrollableframe</b></code> command creates a
    new window named <code><i>pathName</i></code> and of the class
    <code><b>Scrollableframe</b></code>, and makes it into a
    <b>scrollableframe</b> widget.&nbsp; Additional options, described above,
    may be specified on the command line or in the option database to configure
    aspects of the scrollableframe widget such as its width, height, and
    scrolling increments.&nbsp; The
    <code><b>scrollutil::scrollableframe</b></code> command returns its
    <code><i>pathName</i></code> argument.&nbsp; At the time this command is
    invoked, there must not exist a window named <code><i>pathName</i></code>,
    but <code><i>pathName</i></code>'s parent must exist.</dd>

    <dd class="tm">A scrollableframe is a mega-widget containing a <b>content
    frame</b>, whose dimensions can be larger than those of the widget
    itself.&nbsp; Arbitrary regions of this frame can be brought into view by
    scrolling, being that the scrollableframe widget supports the
    <code><b>-xscrollcommand</b></code> and <code><b>-yscrollcommand</b></code>
    configuration options and the associated Tcl command has the
    <code><b><a href="#xview">xview</a></b></code> and <code><b><a href=
    "#yview">yview</a></b></code> subcommands.&nbsp; The content frame can
    contain any number of arbitrary widgets.&nbsp; In other words, the






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    </dd>

    <dt id="description"><b>DESCRIPTION</b></dt>

    <dd>The <code><b>scrollutil::scrollableframe</b></code> command creates a
    new window named <code><i>pathName</i></code> and of the class
    <code><b>Scrollableframe</b></code>, and makes it into a
    <b>scrollableframe</b> widget.&nbsp; Additional options, described below,
    may be specified on the command line or in the option database to configure
    aspects of the scrollableframe widget such as its width, height, and
    scrolling increments.&nbsp; The
    <code><b>scrollutil::scrollableframe</b></code> command returns its
    <code><i>pathName</i></code> argument.&nbsp; At the time this command is
    invoked, there must not exist a window named <code><i>pathName</i></code>,
    but <code><i>pathName</i></code>'s parent must exist.</dd>

    <dd class="tm">A scrollableframe is a mega-widget containing a <b>content
    frame</b>, whose dimensions may be larger than those of the widget
    itself.&nbsp; Arbitrary regions of this frame can be brought into view by
    scrolling, being that the scrollableframe widget supports the
    <code><b>-xscrollcommand</b></code> and <code><b>-yscrollcommand</b></code>
    configuration options and the associated Tcl command has the
    <code><b><a href="#xview">xview</a></b></code> and <code><b><a href=
    "#yview">yview</a></b></code> subcommands.&nbsp; The content frame can
    contain any number of arbitrary widgets.&nbsp; In other words, the