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Manual Reference Pages  -  BBKEYS (1)

NAME

bbkeys - a general XWindow keygrabber

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

bbkeys [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION

bbkeys is the keygrabber for the blackbox window manager. bbkeys handles all keybindings and keyboard shortcuts for blackbox. It uses blackbox’s Image classes for rendering its look and feel so that bbkeys will render itself to match whatever blackbox style is used. It is highly configurable either via the bbconf GUI utility or the (now deprecated) bbkeysconf GUI utility or by hand-editting bbkeys’s config file.

USAGE

On startup, bbkeys reads $HOME/.bbkeysrc, which you can edit by hand or through bbconf or bbkeysconf. This is now configurable through a command-line switch as show in OPTIONS.

OPTIONS

A summary of the options supported by bbkeys is included below.

-d or --display <display name>
  X server to connect to
-D or --debug
  print debugging information
-c or --config <filename>
  use alternate config file. (default is ~/.bbkeysrc)
-v or --version
  display version number and exit
-h or --help
  display help message

FILES

Default: $datadir=/usr/local/share/
$HOME/.bbkeysrc maintains keybindings
See bbkeysrc(5)

VERSION

0.9.1

BUGS

This application is perfect and should solve all of your problems, up to and including male pattern baldness and world hunger. Should you, against all odds, find any bugs, please report them to the author.

SEE ALSO

bbkeysrc(5)

AUTHOR

Jason ’vanRijn’ Kasper <vR@movingparts.net> - bbkeys
Jan Schaumann <jschauma@netmeister.org> - this man page
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vanRijn BBKEYS (1) August 27, 2004

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