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<I>Change a window's position in the stacking order</I><P><IMG ALIGN=TOP SRC="./Img/line-red.gif">
<H3><A NAME="M2">SYNOPSIS</A></H3>
(<B>raise </B><I>window</I>)<BR>
(<B>raise </B><I>window </I><I>aboveThis</I>)<BR>
If the <I>aboveThis</I> argument is omitted then the procedure raises
<I>window</I> so that it is above all of its siblings in the stacking
order (it will not be obscured by any siblings and will obscure
any siblings that overlap it).
If <I>aboveThis</I> is specified then it must be the path name of
a window that is either a sibling of <I>window</I> or the descendant
of a sibling of <I>window</I>.
In this case the <B>raise</B> procedure will insert
<I>window</I> into the stacking order just above <I>aboveThis</I>
(or the ancestor of <I>aboveThis</I> that is a sibling of <I>window</I>);
this could end up either raising or lowering <I>window</I>.
<H3><A NAME="M4">SEE ALSO</A></H3>
<B><A HREF="./lower.n.html">lower</A></B>
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