If specified, the opening and closing of Folders will be animated,
rather than simply drawn in one frame.
Designates that full-length Wharf windraws will be animated.
If *WharfTextureType 0 is specified, Wharfs buttons
will be filled with color.
Specifies the number of columns of buttons to be created. If unspecified,
the number of columns will be set to 1.
If the columns are set to a number greater than 1 then there will be that number
of columns with enough rows to satisfy the requested number of buttons.
If specified, will force pixmaps larger than 64x64 to the default
size. Pixmaps smaller than 64x64 are not supported.
If specified, the entire Wharf button background will be moved down
and to the right when pushed. Especially useful with *WharfNoBorder
Specifies the Wharf window location and/or size. If the size is
not specified, Wharf will auto-size itself in a reasonable manner.
The geometry is a standard X11 window geometry specification. This option is
pre-set in the NEXTSTEP(tm) style section for a consistent look and feel with NEXTSTEP(tm).
Secondary Wharf invocations from links may have their own geometry.
Specifies the maximum number of colors to use on a gradient
Denotes that beveled borders should not be drawn around the Wharf button.
Useful with textures that include their own bevels.
Sets the pixmap file to be used as Wharfs button. To be used
with *WharfTextureType 128.
|*WharfTextureColor from to||
When used with a *WharfTextureType of 1 to 5, designates the
ends of the gradient range to be used on Wharfs buttons.
Specifies the type of gradient fill to be used on
Wharfs buttons. Valid values are:
0 - No texture - use WharfBgColor to set the desired color 1 - Gradient from upper-left to lower right 2 - Horizontal one way gradient from top to bottom 3 - Horizontal cylindrical gradient from top/bottom to center 4 - Vertical one way gradient from left to right 5 - Vertical cylindrical gradient from left/right to center 128 - User specified pixmapThe default is the builtin Wharf texture pixmap.
|*Wharf label icon command||
Specifies a window manager built-in command or folder to activate
(folders will be discussed below), as described in the afterstep
man page, which should be executed when a button is pressed. The label
field is an internal item that is still around from the GoodStuff module.
The icon field
specifies an X11 bitmap file, XPM color icon file, or a comma-delimited
set of pixmaps containing the
icon(s) to display on the button. Wharf will search through the path
specified in the afterstep IconPath or PixmapPath configuration items to
find the icon file.
NOTE: Icons must have one transparent pixel or the definition of a transparent color in order to be valid.
If command is an afterstep Exec command, then the button will appear pushed in until the mouse button is released.
A single extension to the afterstep built-in command set is provided. A command of the form:
will cause Wharf to spawn an asclock process, and capture the first window whose name or resource is "Clock", and display it in the button-bar. This is handy for applications like xclock, xbiff, xload, asclock, and asmail. Modules can be swallowed by specifying SwallowModule instead of just "swallow" NOTE: if you use xclock for this application, you will want to specify xclock -padding 0.
For certain applications that overrun the 48 pixel by 48 pixel boundary of Wharf icons and Swallowed programs there is a special option called MaxSwallow. MaxSwallow will allow the application to draw itself larger than the 48x48 boundary. It is invoked the same way Swallow is.
To create folder "slide-outs" in Wharf the following format must be used:
The first line of this set tells Wharf that this button definition will be a folder. All of the button definitions between the Folder and the line with the definition of *Wharf ~Folders will appear on the "files" folder when it is exposed. To expose the "files" folder simply click on the Wharf button with the Folders.xpm icon showing. A button bar will appear perpendicular to your Wharf bar and toward the center of the screen. On this smaller bar will be the three icons that were configured between the Folder and ~Folder parts of the Wharf configuration. As many folder buttons may be configured as is room on your screen. The only items that may not be configured within folders are Swallowed applications and more folders.
Wharf supports the OffiX Drag and Drop standard. In order to have Drag and Drop enabled on a particular button, the following syntax must be adhered to:
*Wharf nil nil DropExec "program" program %s *Wharf program iconname Exec "program" program
The button will call program when pushed. If a file is dragged onto into it, program will be called with %s being replaced by the dropped filename.
Beat Christen (firstname.lastname@example.org) Frank Fejes (email@example.com) Alfredo Kengi Kojima (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dan Weeks (email@example.com) Bo Yang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Wharf||WHARF (1.0)||October 1996|