The UNIX industry's standard user interface, originally developed by the Open Systems Foundation. Motif is based on the X-Window system and is a Presentation Manager look-alike. Motif is available for all IBM AIX workstations.
Motif is a popular commercial window manager that runs under X-Windows. Free work-alike versions are also available.
A UNIX-based GUI.
A graphical user interface (GUI) specified by the Open Software Foundation (now the Open Group) and built on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's X-Windows. See GUI and X-Windows.
This is one of the choices of look-and-feel under the X Window system. In order to have one's software certified as Motif compliant, one must pay a fee to the Open Software Foundation (OSF).
An environment using a graphical user interface, which runs under UNIX.
A graphical user interface for the UNIX operating system, based on X Windows.
A popular programming toolkit used in many older X programs.
The graphical user interface for OSF, incorporating the X Window System. Also called OSF/Motif.
A windowing environment for the X Window System.
standard graphical user interface developed by the Open Software Foundation (OSF)
An Open Software Foundation (OSF) trademarked name for a type of graphical user interface.
Motif is a product of the Open Systems Software Foundation (OSF). It is based on IBM's Common User Access (CUA) guidelines as were both Microsoft's Windows and OS/2 and defines a style and look-and-feel for developing graphical users interfaces to run on X-Windows platforms.
A XWindow toolkit used mostly OSF/SYSV flavor unix workstations.
Motif (or capitalized MOTIF) is a graphical widget toolkit for building graphical user interfaces under the X Window System on Unix and other POSIX-compliant systems. It emerged in the 1980s as UNIX workstations were on the rise, as a competitor to the Open Look GUI.