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The Open Software Foundation reports that OSF/Motif has been formally approved by a unanimous vote of the balloting group of the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers Computer Society Standards Board as the graphical user interface standard number P1295 - the Modular Toolkit Environment.
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