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Manual Reference Pages  -  WMAKERCONF (1)

NAME

wmakerconf - configure the Window Maker X window manager

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Author

SYNOPSIS

wmakerconf [ option ] [[ --show panel...]| [ --hide panel ...]]

DESCRIPTION

wmakerconf is a full-featured graphical configuration tool for the Window Maker window manager. It uses an easy point-and-click interface, and includes online help. wmakerconf has a selection of panels with different sets of configuration options; the panels are named menu, appearance, themes, shortcuts, mouse, windows, workspace, effects, paths, and misc.

OPTIONS

--config config_file
  Define the filename of the wmakerconf configuration file (the default is /usr/share/wmakerconf/WMWmakerconf).
--help Print a small amount of help.
--hide panel
  If one or more --hide options are given then only the panels not listed are shown. Valid panel names are listed above. Options --show and --hide cannot be used together.
--no-inet Deactivates all Internet actions.
--show panel
  The opposite of --hide: if one or more --show options are specified then only these panels are shown. Valid panel names are listed above. Options --show and --hide cannot be used together.
--version
  Prints current version.

SEE ALSO

The wmakerconf manual (available from the Help menu)
wmaker(1)

AUTHOR

wmakerconf was written by Ullrich Hafner <hafner@bigfoot.de>. This manual page was written by Adam Klein <aklein@debian.org> and updated by Kevin B. McCarty <kmccarty@princeton.edu> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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