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aewm++_appbar

Langue: en

Version: 262652 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

aewm++_appbar - a small application launcher

SYNOPSIS

aewm++_appbar

DESCRIPTION

appbar is a small application launcher. It uses small 16x16 pixmaps to form icons so that you can quickly launch your favorite programs.

NOTE: Currently using any other size pixmap will result in unwanted behavior in that the appbar main window will not have proper placement of those icons.

To change the list of icons, edit the file /etc/X11/appbar/appbar.rc

The install process installs some pixmaps into /usr/share/appbar/images/ , these are 16x16 pixmaps for use with the appbar. They were downloaded from http://wm-icons.sourceforge.net/data/wm-icons-current/icons/16x16-general/ and are GPL'd.

RC FILE SYNTAX

The resource file syntax is simple. A definition of an icon looks like the following.

use vertical_placement or horizontal_placement to customize the appbar look.

      icon {
               image = images/terminal.xpm;
               execute = xterm -bg black -fg white -ls;
       }


Inside the icon construct you have two additional variables. The first variable is the name of the image followed by an equals sign then the path and filename of the xpm followed by a semi-colon.

The second variable is execute. Its syntax is similar in that the only difference from images is the path to the executable you wish this icon to launch when clicked.

For appbar placement use the following commands in the rc file.

      Appbar Style
               vertical_placement
               horizontal_placement
       Appbar Screen Placement
               northwest_placement
               northeast_placement
               southwest_placement
               southeast_placement


To configure a different background gradient for the appbar use the following commands.

      appbar_color_from {
               red=99;
               green=99;
               blue=99;
       }
       appbar_color_to {
               red=cc;
               green=cc;
               blue=cc;
       }


NOTE: image and execute variables are ended with a semi-colon. The icon construct is enclosed in braces.

Usage: Appbar is extremely simple to use. When icons are clicked they launch applications associated with them. When the grill is clicked (at the right edge) it shades the window to the upper left corner. Clicking it again unshades it to its original size. Middle clicking on the grill will close the application.

Gradient Theme: Appbar takes advantage of blackbox's image gradient code. You can configure a different color theme only by editing appbar.cc in the appbar constructor.

Appbar uses a default icon which was taken from fspanel, credit goes to the author for it. This icons purpose is a fail safe backup incase the requested icon cannot be found.

RC FILE EXAMPLE

      vertical_placement
       northwest_placement
       appbar_color_from {
               red=99;
               green=99;
               blue=99;
       }
       appbar_color_to {
               red=cc;
               green=cc;
               blue=cc;
       }
       icon {
               image = /usr/X11/share/appbar/images/terminal.xpm;
               execute = xterm -bg black -fg white -ls;
       }
       icon {
               image = /usr/X11/share/appbar/images/netscape.xpm;
               execute = /opt/mozilla/./mozilla;
       }


AUTHOR

appbar is supplied with aewm++ by Frank Hale <frankhale@yahoo.com>.

appbar was renamed to aewm++_appbar for the Debian package.

WEBSITE

http://sapphire.sourceforge.net/
Mais comme expliqué dans la FAQ, notre Multidesk est en effet multitâche
préemptif, fonctionne en mode protégé 32 bits. Il est tout à fait comme
ses frères Microsoft Windows, Linux etc... Je rappelle encore que
personne n'a entendu parler de la première version des OS en général ou
très peu. Il faut du temps pour prouver que ceci ou celà vaut quelque
chose. Qui connait Windows 1.0 ?? Qnx 1.0 ?? -- Jayce - C'est de la
merde, mais ça va pas durer. --