o taskbar - shows a list of the managed windows (tasks)
o pager - thumbnailed view of the desktop.
o launchbar - buttons to quickly launch applications
o show desktop - button to iconify or shade all windows
o image - display an image
o clock - show the current time and/or date
o system tray - tray for XEMBED icons (aka docklets)
Most updated info about fbpanel can be found on its home page: http://fbpanel.sourceforge.net/
--help -- print help message and exit. --version -- print version and exit. --log <number> -- set log level 0-5. 0 - none 5 - chatty --configure -- open configuration dialog --profile <name> -- use specified profile. The profile is loaded from the file ~/.config/fbpanel/<name>. If that fails, fbpanel will load /usr/local/share/fbpanel/<name>. No -p option is equivalent to -p default -h -- same as --help -p -- same as --profile -v -- same as --version -C -- same as --configure
To change default settings, copy profile file to your home directory
mkdir -p ~/.config/fbpanel
cp /usr/local/share/fbpanel/default ~/.config/fbpanel
and edit it. Default profile file contains comments and explanation inside, so it should be easy. For full list of options please visit fbpanels home page.
/usr/local/share/fbpanel/ Directory with system-wide resources and default settings ~/.config/fbpanel/ Directory with the users private profiles ~/.config/fbpanel/default The users default profile.
fbpanel was written by Anatoly Asviyan <email@example.com>. This manual page was originally written for the Debian GNU/Linux system by Shyamal Prasad <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
|fbpanel||FBPANEL (1)||May 2005|