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Base(1)			 AfterStep X11 window manager		       Base(1)

NAME
       Base - essential	AfterStep configuration	options

CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
       BrowserCommand number command

	      Selects  web  browser to be used by AfterStep when using the Ex-
	      ecBrowser	command. Out of	supplied list -	all possibilities  are
	      checked  to  be  present	on the system, and first available one
	      will be used.

	      The default number/command combination is: 0  -  $BROWSER,  1  -
	      sensible-browser,	  2   -	  x-www-browser,  3  -	firefox,  4  -
	      mozilla-firefox, 5 - mozilla, 6 -	opera

       CursorPath path[:path]

	      Specifies	the paths to locate the	cursor files in.

       DeskTopScale number

	      If the geometry is not specified,	then a desktop reduction  fac-
	      tor  is  used to calculate the pager's size. Things in the pager
	      window are shown at 1/number of the actual size.

       DeskTopSize W x H

	      If W or H	are less or equal to 100 - they	define number of  rows
	      and  columns  in virtual desktop,	each sized same	as the screen.
	      Otherwise	W and H	define the exact size of the  virtual  desktop
	      in pixels, but to	be no less then	the size of the	screen.

       DisableKDEGlobalsTheming

	      If  set  will prevent AfterStep from updating private kdeglobals
	      file when	colorscheme is changed.	kdeglobals needs to be updated
	      in  order	 to  set  colors for KDE apps to match that of the se-
	      lected colorscheme.

       DisableSharedMemory

	      Disables shared memory support in	afterstep. Use this if you run
	      X	remotely, or have issues with shared memory in general.

       EditorCommand number command

	      Selects editor to	be used	by AfterStep when using	the ExecEditor
	      command. Out of supplied list - all possibilities	are checked to
	      be present on the	system,	and first available one	will be	used.

	      The  default number/command combination is: 0- $EDITOR, 1-nedit,
	      2-xemacs,	3-gedit, 4-kedit, 5-kate

       FontPath	path[:path]

	      Specifies	the paths to locate the	font files in.

	      Suported are standard X11	fonts and Truetype fonts  through  the
	      FreeType library.

       IconPath	path[:path]

	      Specifies	 the  paths  to	 locate	the bitmaps in,	typically used
	      only if XPM, JPEG, or PNG	images aren't available. Valid bitmaps
	      are standard X11 XBM's.

       ModulePath path[:path]

	      Specifies	the paths to locate the	Modules	in.

       Path path:path:path

	      Specifies	 the  search  paths for	icons (IconPath), fonts	(Font-
	      Path), pixmaps (PixmapPath), cursors  (CursorPath)  and  scripts
	      (ScriptPath). Multiple entries for a given search	path are sepa-
	      rated by a colon.

       PixmapPath path[:path]

	      Specifies	the paths to locate the	pixmaps	in. Valid pixmaps  are
	      currently	XCF, XPM, PPM/PNM, ICO,	GIF, XML Images, JPEG, PNG and
	      TIFF.

       TermCommand number command

	      Selects terminal emulator	to be used by AfterStep	when using the
	      ExecInTerm command, where	the first matching one will be used.

	      The default number/command combination is: 0 - x-terminal-emula-
	      tor, 1-aterm, 2-rxvt, 3-eterm, 4-xterm

       gtkrc20Path path

	      set fullfilename for gtkrc file to  be  generated	 by  AfterStep
	      from   gtkrc-20_template	on  colorscheme	 changes.  Default  is
	      ~/.gtkrc-2.0. Change to prevent mangling of your own gtkrc. More
	      sensible approach	is to edit the template.

       gtkrcPath path

	      set  fullfilename	 for  gtkrc  file to be	generated by AfterStep
	      from gtkrc_template on colorscheme changes for GTK 1.x apps. De-
	      fault is ~/.gtkrc. Change	to prevent mangling of your own	gtkrc.
	      More sensible approach is	to edit	the template.

3rd Berkeley Distribution     AfterStep	v.2.2.12		       Base(1)

NAME | CONFIGURATION OPTIONS

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