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NAME

       xosd_set_vertical_offset - Change the offset of the XOSD window

SYNOPSIS

       #include <xosd.h>

       int xosd_set_vertical_offset (xosd* osd, int offset);

DESCRIPTION

       xosd_set_vertical_offset  changes  the number of pixels the XOSD window
       is offset from the top or bottom of the screen.  This is  normally  set
       to  a  value such as 48 to avoid desktop-panels, such as those provided
       by GNOME or KDE.

ARGUMENTS

       osd       The on-screen display object to act on.

       offset    Offset from the top or bottom of the screen, in pixels.

RETURN VALUE

       On success, a zero is returned.  On error, -1 is returned.

SEE ALSO

       xosd_init(3), xosd_set_pos(3).



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