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SDORFEHS(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		   SDORFEHS(1)

NAME
     sdorfehs -- window	manager	without	mouse dependency

SYNOPSIS
     sdorfehs [-hv]
     sdorfehs [-d dpy] [-s num]	[-f file]
     sdorfehs [-d dpy] [-s num]	[-i] -c	command	[-c command ...]

DESCRIPTION
     sdorfehs is a window manager without fat library dependencies, fancy
     graphics or dependence on a mouse.

     The screen	can be split into non-overlapping frames.  All windows are
     kept maximized inside their frames.

     All interaction with the window manager is	done through keystrokes.
     sdorfehs has a prefix map to minimize key clobbering.

     The options are as	follows:

     -c	command
	 Send sdorfehs a command.  There must be a sdorfehs instance running
	 as window manager for the given display/screen	for this to work.  Do
	 not forget to quote the command if it contains	spaces.	 For example:

	       sdorfehs	-c "echo hello world"

     -d	display
	 Set the X display to use or send commands to.

     -f	filename
	 Specify an alternate configuration file.  If this is not given,
	 sdorfehs will try $HOME/.config/sdorfehs/config and execute each com-
	 mand when starting up.

     -h	 Show summary of options.

     -i	 Execute commands given	with -c	in interactive mode.  That means it
	 will behave exactly as	if called with C-a : like prompting for	miss-
	 ing arguments and things like that.

     -s	number
	 Only use the specified	screen.

KEY BINDINGS
     To	avoid conflicts	with other programs, all default sdorfehs key bindings
     start with	an escape key which, by	default, is C-a	(Control-a).  Some im-
     portant default key bindings:

     C-a ?   Show key bindings

     C-a a   Send a Control-a to the current window

     C-a c   Start an X	terminal

     C-a n   Switch to next window

     C-a p   Switch to previous	window

     C-a 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
	     Switch to window number 0 | 1 | 2 | ...

     C-a k   Close the current window

     C-a K   XKill the current application

     C-a s | S
	     Split the current frame into two vertical | horizontal ones

     C-a Tab | Left | Up | Right | Down
	     Switch to the next	| left | top | right | bottom frame.

     C-a Q   Make the current frame the	only one

     C-a :   Execute a sdorfehs	command

     C-a F1 | F2 | F3 |	F4 | F5	| F6 | F7 | F8 | F9 | F10 | F11	| F12
	     Switch to virtual screen number 0 | 1 | 2 | ...

     Further default key bindings can be found in parentheses after the	com-
     mands in the next section.

COMMANDS AND DEFAULT ALIASES
     abort   (C-a C-g) Do nothing and that successfully.  (Useful if you
	     pressed C-a in error).

     addhook event command
	     Add a hook: run command whenever event is called.	Possible
	     events are:

	     deletewindow
		     Run after a window	is withdrawn.

	     newwindow
		     Run after a new window is mapped.

	     key     Run whenever a top	level key is pressed (by default C-a).

	     quit    Run before	exiting	sdorfehs.

	     restart
		     Run before	restarting sdorfehs.

	     switchframe
		     Run after a frame actually	switched, but before the win-
		     dow in it is focused.

	     switchgroup
		     Run after selecting a new group.

	     switchscreen
		     Run when the user switches	to a different screen.

	     switchwin
		     Run after a new window is selected.  (With	dedication, it
		     may already be inactive again, if it was put into another
		     frame)

     alias alias command
	     Add alias as new way to call command.

     bind key command
	     alias for "definekey root key command"

     banish  (C-a b) Banish the	rat cursor to the lower	right corner of	the
	     screen.

     banishrel
	     Banish the	rat cursor to the lower	right corner of	the current
	     window.  If there isn't a window in the current frame, it ban-
	     ishes the rat cursor to the lower right corner of the frame.

     chdir [directory]
	     If	the optional argument is given,	change the current directory
	     of	sdorfehs to directory.	If nothing is given, change it to the
	     value of the environment variable "HOME".

     clrunmanaged
	     Clears the	unmanaged window list.

     cnext   Like next but switch to the next window with another resource
	     class than	the current one.  (That	means the next window belong-
	     ing to another type of application	than the current one.)

     cprev   Like prev but switch to the previous window with another resource
	     class than	the current one.  (That	means the previous window be-
	     longing to	another	type of	application than the current one.)

     colon sdorfehs-command (C-a :)
	     Execute sdorfehs-command interactively.  (i.e. ask	for possible
	     missing arguments.)

     cother  Like other	but switch to the window of the	current	group that was
	     last accessed and has another resource class but is not currently
	     visible.

     curframe (C-a F)
	     Show a bar	marking	the current frame.

     definekey keymap key command
	     Add a new key binding in keymap for key to	execute	command.  De-
	     fault keymaps are top normally only containing C-a, which reads a
	     key from root, containing all the normal commands.

	     Note that you have	to describe ":"	by "colon", "!"	by "exclam"
	     and so on.	 If you	cannot guess a name of a key, try either C-a
	     key and look at the error message,	or try :describekey root and
	     pressing the key.

     dedicate [0 | 1]
	     Consider the current frame	dedicated/chaste (1) or	promiscuous
	     (0).

	     A dedicated frame will not	accept new windows.  When new windows
	     are to be focused,	they will be opened in a non-dedicated frame
	     instead.

	     If	no argument is given, toggle the current dedicateness.	By de-
	     fault no windows are dedicated.

     delete (C-a k)
	     Close the current window.

     delkmap keymap
	     Deletes the keymap	named keymap, that was generated with newkmap.
	     The keymaps top (or whatever was specified	by set topkmap)	and
	     root cannot be deleted.

     describekey keymap
	     Grab the next key.	 Similar to readkey, describekey shows only
	     the command in keymap, that would be executed by readkey.

     echo text
	     Show text as sdorfehs message.

     escape key
	     Update the	default	escape key to key.

	     Strictly speaking it updates the readkey root command in the
	     keymap top	to key,	the other binding in root to key, and meta
	     binding in	root to	key without modifiers or C-key if key has no
	     modifiers.	 (If set topkmap was called with an argument other
	     than top that will	be used	instead	of top.)

     exchangedown (C-a C-Down)
	     Exchange the window in the	current	frame with the window in the
	     frame below the current frame.

     exchangeleft (C-a C-Left)
	     Exchange the window in the	current	frame with the window in the
	     frame left	of the current frame.

     exchangeright (C-a	C-Right)
	     Exchange the window in the	current	frame with the window in the
	     frame right of the	current	frame.

     exchangeup	(C-a C-Up)
	     Exchange the window in the	current	frame with the window in the
	     frame above the current frame.

     exec shell-command	(C-a !)
	     Spawn a shell executing shell-command.

     execa shell-command
	     Spawn a shell executing shell-command, without remembering	the
	     current frame, so that _NET_WM_PID	declaring programs will	be
	     placed into the frame active when they open a window instead of
	     the frame active when sdorfehs gets this command.

     execf frame shell-command
	     Spawn a shell executing shell-command, showing _NET_WM_PID	sup-
	     porting programs in the given frame instead of the	frame selected
	     when this program is run.

     fdump [screenno]
	     Output the	defining data for all frames of	the current screen, or
	     for screen	number screenno	if this	is specified.

     focus (C-a	Tab)
	     Focus the next frame.

     focuslast
	     Switch to the last	selected focus.

     focusleft (C-a Left)
	     Switch to the frame to the	left of	the current one.

     focusdown (C-a Down)
	     Switch to the frame beneath the current one.

     focusright	(C-a Right)
	     Switch to the frame to the	right of the current one.

     focusprev
	     Focus the previous	frame.

     focusup (C-a Up)
	     Switch to the frame above the current one.

     frestore frames
	     Replace the current frames	with the ones specified	in frames in
	     the format	as generated by	fdump.

     fselect [frameno] (C-a f)
	     If	an argument is supplied, switch	to a frame given by number
	     frameno.

	     If	no argument is given, show a frame selector in each frame and
	     wait for a	key to be pressed.  If the key matches an existing
	     frame selector, this frame	gets focused.

	     Frame selectors are by default the	numbers	starting with zero,
	     but they can be changed by	setting	framesels.

     gdelete [group]
	     If	the optional argument group is supplied, delete	group.	Other-
	     wise delete the current group.  If	the last group is deleted, a
	     new group with name default is created.  The group	has to be
	     empty, otherwise it cannot	be deleted.

     getenv variable
	     Output the	value of the environment variable variable.

     getsel  Paste the current X Selection into	the current window.

     gmerge group
	     Move all windows from group group into the	current	group.

     gmove group
	     Move the current window into group	group.

     gnew group
	     Create a new group	with name group	and select it.	Most window
	     commands only see (and thus select, consider next,	previous or
	     last) windows within the group active when	they are issued.

     gnewbg group
	     Create a new group	named group, but do not	select it.

     gnext   Select the	next group.  Most window commands only see windows in
	     the effective group.

     gnumber [old new]
	     Give the number new to the	group with the number old or the cur-
	     rent group.

     gother  Select the	last accessed group.  Most window commands only	see
	     windows in	the effective group.

     gprev   Select the	prior group.  Most window commands only	see windows in
	     the effective group.

     gravity [nw | w | sw | n |	c | s |	ne | e | se]
	     Change how	in its frame the current window	is aligned.

     grename
	     Rename current group.

     groups  Output a list of all groups with their number.

     gselect group
	     Select the	group named group.

     help [keymap]
	     If	the optional parameter keymap is given,	list all keybindings
	     in	this keymap, otherwise list all	key bindings in	keymap root.

     hsplit [l/p | [-]pixels] (C-a S)
	     Split the current frame into left frame and a right frame.	 If no
	     parameter is given, split in halves.  If two numbers separated by
	     a slash (`/') are given, the left one is l	times the pth part and
	     the right one (p -	l) times the pth part of the prior width.
	     Otherwise the right half is pixels	wide or	the left one is	pixels
	     wide, depending whether there is `-' in front of the number or
	     not.

     inext   Like next but switch to the next window with the same resource
	     class as the current one.	(That means the	next window belonging
	     to	the same application as	the current one.)

     info (C-a i)
	     Output the	current	the width, height, window number and window
	     name of the current window.  (What	name means is chosen by	"set
	     winname".)

     iprev   Like prev but switch to the previous window with the same re-
	     source class as the current one.  (That means the previous	window
	     belonging to the same application as the current one.)

     iother  Like other	but switch to the window of the	current	group that was
	     last accessed and has the same resource class but is not cur-
	     rently visible.

     kill (C-a K)
	     Close the X-connection of the X-client responsible	for the	cur-
	     rent window.

     lastmsg (C-a m)
	     Reshow the	last message.

     link key [keymap]
	     Do	what key is bound to in	the keymap keymap if supplied.	Other-
	     wise what key is bound to in keymap root.

     listhook event
	     List all commands specified with addhook to be executed when even
	     event occurs.

     meta [key]	(C-a t)
	     Send the escape key (that which normally is C-a) to the current
	     window.  If a key is specified, this is sent instead.  Note that
	     some applications by default ignore the synthetic key that	is
	     sent using	this command as	it is considered a security hole.
	     xterm is one such application.

     newkmap keymap
	     Generate a	new keymap named keymap.  This keymap can be used to
	     add new key-command mappings to it	with definekey and can be
	     called with readkey.

     next (C-a Return |	C-a n |	C-a space)
	     Switch to the next	window in the current group.

     nextscreen	(C-a N)
	     Switch to the next	screen.	(If you	have multiple physical ones.)

     number new	[old]
	     Give the number new to the	window with the	number old or the cur-
	     rent window.

     only (C-a Q)
	     Remove all	frames on the current screen except the	current	frame
	     and maximize this one to the size of the whole screen.

     other (C-a	C-a)
	     Switch to the window of the current group that was	last accessed
	     but is not	currently visible.

     prev (C-a p)
	     Switch to the previous window in the current group.

     prevscreen	(C-a P)
	     Switch to the previous screen. (If	you have multiple physical
	     ones.)

     prompt [prompt]
	     sdorfehs will ask the user	for input, showing prompt (or a	single
	     colon, if no argument is given) and output	the input the user has
	     made.  Note that this command probably does not make much sense
	     in	interactive mode.

     putsel x-selection
	     Replace the X selection with the text x-selection.	 It can	be in-
	     serted into the current window with getsel.

     quit    Quit sdorfehs.

     ratinfo
	     Display the x y coordinates of the	rat cursor relative to the
	     screen.

     ratrelinfo
	     Display the x y coordinates of the	rat cursor relative to the
	     current window or current frame if	no window is focused

     ratwarp x y
	     Move the rat cursor to the	position (x, y).

     ratrelwarp	deltax deltay
	     Move the rat cursor to (deltax, deltay), relative to the current
	     position.

     ratclick [button]
	     Simulate a	rat click with button (button 1=left button if none
	     given).

     rathold (up | down) [button]
	     Simulate pressing|releasing rat button button (1=left button if
	     none given).

     readkey keymap
	     Grab the next key pressed,	and execute the	command	associated to
	     this key in keymap.  To show it is	waiting	for a key, sdorfehs
	     will change the rat cursor	to a square if waitcursor is set.
	     This command is perhaps best described with its usage in the de-
	     fault configuration: by pressing C-a, which is the	only key in
	     the keymap	top , the command "readkey root" is executed.  The
	     next key then executes the	command	in keymap root belonging to
	     this command.

     redisplay (C-a l)
	     Extend the	current	window to the whole size of its	current	frame
	     and redisplay it.	(Useful	to redisplay normal windows or bring
	     transient windows to the full size	of the frame as	only normal
	     windows are maximized by sdorfehs)

     redo (C-a U)
	     Revert the	last undo of frame changes.

     remhook event command
	     Remove command command from the list of commands to be called
	     when event	event is hit.  (The command has	to specified, as an
	     event can have multiple commands attached to it.)	Use "listhook
	     hook" to get a list of all	attached commands.

     remove (C-a R)
	     Remove the	current	frame and extend some frames around to fill
	     the remaining gap.

     resize [deltax deltay] (C-a r)
	     If	deltax and deltay are supplied,	resize the current frame by
	     that (i.e.	move the bottom	right corner by	the given offsets and
	     then move this frame and resize adjacent frames to	make the
	     frames fill the whole screen again.)

	     If	in interactive mode no arguments are supplied, resize the cur-
	     rent frame	interactively:

	       Return	      finish resizing
	       C-g, Escape    abort resizing
	       C-n, Down, j   grow vertically
	       C-p, Up,	k     shrink vertically
	       C-f, Right, l  grow horizontally
	       C-b, Left, h   shrink horizontally
	       s	      shrink to	size of	current	window

	     While resizing interactively, changes are in multiples of the
	     amount of pixels given by set resizeunit (by default 10).

     restart
	     Restart sdorfehs.

     sdump   Output the	list of	all screens.  The screens are separated	by
	     commas.  Each screen is shown as 6	values:	its number, its	x-co-
	     ordinate, its y-coordinate, its width, its	height and if it is
	     currently selected	(1=true, 0=false).

     select (- | name |	number)	(C-a ')
	     If	a number is given, switch to the window	with number number.
	     If	a name is given, switch	to the window in the current group
	     with name name.  Blank the	current	frame, if - is given.

     set [variable [value]]
	     If	no argument is given, output all sdorfehs variables and	their
	     values.

	     If	one argument is	given, output the value	of sdorfehs variable
	     variable.	Otherwise set variable to value.  What values are
	     valid depends on the variable.  See the section VARIABLES later
	     in	this document for details.

     setenv variable value
	     Set the environment variable variable to value.  (Environment
	     variables will be passed to all programs started from sdorfehs.)

     sfdump  Output all	frames similar to fdump, but not limited to one
	     screen, but all screens at	once and with the screen number	after
	     each frame.

     sfrestore frames
	     Replace the current frames	with the ones specified	in frames in
	     the format	as generated by	sfdump.

     shrink  Shrink the	current	frame to the size of the current window	with
	     in.

     split [split] (C-a	s)
	     alias for vsplit

     source file
	     Read file and execute each	line as	sdorfehs command.

     sselect screennumber
	     Switch to the screen screennumber.	 (If you have multiple physi-
	     cal ones.)

     stick   Mark the current window as	sticky in its current frame, making it
	     unavailable to other frames when selecting	an available window.

     swap dest-frame [src-frame] (C-a x)
	     Exchange the window in src-frame (or the current frame if there
	     is	no second argument) with the window dest-frame (or ask inter-
	     actively which frame to swap with if there	is no argument).

     title newname (C-a	A)
	     Overwrite the title of the	current	window with newname.  All fol-
	     lowing sdorfehs commands will only	know the window	under the new
	     name.

     unalias alias
	     Remove the	alias alias.

     unbind key
	     alias for
		   undefinekey root key

     undefinekey keymap	key
	     Remove the	binding	for key	from keymap.

     undo (C-a _, C-a u)
	     Un-do the last change to the frameset.  (Like splitting, resiz-
	     ing, deleting, ...)

	     The amount	of steps that can be undone is specified by the	vari-
	     able maxundos.

     unmanage [name]
	     Add name to the list of unmanaged windows.	 Thus, windows of this
	     name will not be managed but allowed to choose their position
	     themselves.

	     In	non-interactive	mode calling it	without	arguments will print
	     the list.

	     The list can be cleared again by calling clrunmanaged.

     unsetenv variable
	     Remove variable variable from the list of environment variables.

     unstick
	     No	longer consider	the current window as sticky in	its current
	     frame, making it again available to appear	in other frames.

     verbexec cmdline
	     Spawn a shell executing cmdline after showing a message with the
	     command.

     version (C-a v)
	     Output version and	compile	time information.

     vselect [vscreenno]
	     Switch to the virtual screen numbered vscreenno.

     vmove [vscreenno]
	     Move the current window to	the virtual screen numbered vscreenno.

     vsplit [l/p | pixels-from-top | -pixels-from-bottom] (C-a s)
	     Split the current frame into upper	frame and a lower frame.  If
	     no	parameter is given, split in halves.  If two numbers separated
	     by	a slash	("/") are given, the upper one is l times the pth part
	     and the lower one (p - l) times the pth part of the prior height.
	     Otherwise the lower one is	pixels from bottom wide	or the upper
	     one pixels	from top high, depending whether there is a "-"	in
	     front of the number or not.

     windows [format] (C-a w)
	     In	interactive mode, show the list	of all windows in the current
	     group for the duration specified by the variable msgwait.	If
	     msgwait was zero, toggle between indefinitely showing and not
	     showing.

	     The messages are shown in columns or rows depending on the	value
	     of	winliststyle in	the format set by set winfmt.  The following
	     substitutions happen in format:

	       %a  application name (resource name)
	       %c  resource class
	       %f  frame number
	       %g  gravity of the window
	       %h  height of the window
	       %H  unit	to resize the window vertically	(height_inc)
	       %i  X Window ID
	       %p  process ID
	       %l  last	access number
	       %M  string Maxsize, if it specifies a maximum size
	       %n  window number
	       %s  window status (`*' is active	window,	`+' would be chosen by
		   other, `-' otherwise)
	       %S  screen number
	       %t  window name (see set	winname),
	       %T  the string "Transient", if it is a transient	window
	       %w  width of the	window
	       %W  unit	to resize the window horizontally (width_inc)
	       %x  xrandr screen number
	       %%  litteral `%'

	     Additionally there	can be a positive decimal integer number be-
	     tween the percent sign and	the format string to specify the
	     length this value should be truncated to if longer.  (For
	     example: %20t)

	     In	non-interactive	mode, output the list of windows in the	cur-
	     rent group	line by	line.  The format string can be	overwritten by
	     the optional parameter format.

VARIABLES
     sdorfehs variables	can be shown and set with set.	The following vari-
     ables are supported:

     barborder pixels
	     Selects how thick the frame around	sdorfehs's prompt or message
	     windows is.

	     Default is	1.

     bargravity	nw | w | sw | n	| c | s	| ne | e | se
	     Select the	location where message and prompt bars appear.

	     Default is	nw.

     barinpadding 0 | 1
	     If	there is padding, determines whether the bar appears at	the
	     edge of the screen	(1) or at the edge of the window area (0).

	     Default is	0.

     barpadding	x y
	     Set horizontal padding of sdorfehs	windows	to x and vertical pad-
	     ding to y.

	     Default is	14 10.

     barsticky 0 | 1
	     When set to 1, the	bar remains on screen at all times and when
	     messages or lists are not being shown, it displays	the output of
	     the current window	information formatted with stickyfmt.

	     Default is	1.

     bgcolor color
	     The background color of the windows sdorfehs creates.

	     Default is	black.

     border pixels
	     Selects how thick the frame around	windows	is.

	     Default is	1.

     bwcolor color
	     The border	color of unfocused windows.

	     Default is	black.

     fgcolor color
	     The foreground color of the windows sdorfehs creates.

	     Default is	#eeeee.

     font font
	     Make sdorfehs use font font.

     framefmt format
	     Choose the	default	format for the window label shown when select-
	     ing a different frame.

	     Default is	Frame %f (%Wx%H).

     framemsgwait seconds
	     The duration the `Current frame' indicator	is shown.  If seconds
	     is	zero, wait until the next interactive command.	If seconds is
	     -1, don't show any	message.

     framesels selectors
	     Override the frame	selectors fselect uses.	 The first character
	     is	the selector for the first frame, the second character is the
	     selector for the second frame and so on.

	     Using this	variable, one can directly access more than 10 frames.

	     Default is	an empty string, which is equivalent to	"0123456789".

     fwcolor color
	     The border	color of the focused window.

	     Default is	black.

     gap pixels
	     Specify the number	of pixels surrounding each frame, except for
	     the outer edges which border the screen.

	     Default is	20.

     historysize number
	     Specify maximum number of values kept in input history.

	     Default is	20.

     ignoreresizehints 0 | 1
	     When set to (1), window resize hints will be ignored, forcing
	     windows to	be the exact sizes of their containing frame.

	     Default is	0.

     inputwidth	pixels
	     Determine the width of the	input window.

	     Default is	200.

     maxsizegravity nw | w | sw	| n | c	| s | ne | e | se
	     Set the default gravity new self-maximized	windows	will get.
	     Possible values are the same as in	the gravity command, which
	     changes the gravity of an existing	window:	cardinal points	or
	     numbers 1 to 9.

	     Default is	c.

     maxundos number
	     The maximal amount	of step	sdorfehs can undo with the undo	com-
	     mand.

	     Default is	20.

     msgwait seconds
	     The duration the message window is	shown.	If seconds is zero,
	     wait infinitely.

	     Default is	3.

     onlyborder	0 | 1
	     Determine whether to show borders and gaps	(1) or not (0) when
	     there is only one frame on	the screen.

	     Default is	1.

     padding left top right bottom
	     Set how much space	at the borders of the screen will not be used.

	     Default is	0 0 0 0.

     resizefmt format
	     Choose the	default	format for the window label shown when inter-
	     actively resizing a window.

	     Default is	Resize frame (%Wx%H) which shows the window width and
	     height divided by any PResizeInc hints, which for terminals will
	     show the number of	columns	and lines.

     resizeunit	pixels
	     Set the amount of pixels interactive resize will add/subtract in
	     each step.

	     Default is	5.

     rudeness number
	     Show or set what kind of windows are allowed to jostle into the
	     foreground.

	     number is a bitwise OR of the following values:

	       1   Transient windows may raise.
	       2   Normal windows may raise.
	       4   New transient windows end up	in the foreground.
	       8   New normal windows end up in	the foreground.

	     Default is	all allowed i.e. 15.

     startupmessage 0 |	1
	     Decide whether to show a greeting message at startup.

	     The default is 1.

     stickyfmt format
	     Choose the	default	format for current window information shown in
	     the bar when the barsticky	setting	is enabled.

	     Default is	%t.

     topkmap kmap
	     Make kmap the top keymap sdorfehs grabs directly.

	     The default value is top.

     transgravity nw | w | sw |	n | c |	s | ne | e | se
	     Set the default gravity new transient windows will	get.  Possible
	     values are	the same as in the gravity command, which changes the
	     gravity of	an existing window: cardinal points or numbers 1 to 9.

	     Default is	c.

     vscreens number
	     Set the number of virtual screens.

	     Default is	12.

     warp 0 | 1
	     Decide if focusing	a window moves the rat cursor to the place it
	     had been last time	this window was	focused, or not.

	     Default is	0 (off).

     wingravity	nw | w | sw | n	| c | s	| ne | e | se
	     Set the default gravity new normal	windows	will get.  Possible
	     values are	the same as in the gravity command, which changes the
	     gravity of	an existing window: cardinal points or numbers 1 to 9.

	     Default is	nw.

     waitcursor	0 | 1
	     Determine whether to change the rat cursor	when waiting for a key
	     (1) or not	(0) See	readkey	and describekey.

	     Default is	1.

     winfmt format
	     Choose the	default	format for the windows command.

	     Default is	%n%s%t.

     winliststyle row |	column
	     Determines	whether	windows	are shown in rows or in	columns.

	     Default is	column.

     winname title | name | class
	     Choose what is considered the "name" of the window	by sdorfehs:

	     title   The title of the window.
	     name    The resource name of the window.
	     class   The resource class	i.e. the name of the application.

	     Default is	title.

FILES
     ~/.config/sdorfehs/config
	     Configuration file	read at	startup	time, if present.

     ~/.config/sdorfehs/control
	     Unix Socket which accepts remote control commands sent by
	     sdorfehs -c.

     ~/.config/sdorfehs/bar
	     FIFO/named	pipe which accepts input to show on the	sticky bar
	     when barsticky is enabled.

EXIT STATUS
     The sdorfehs utility exits	0 on success, and >0 if	an error occurs.

AUTHORS
     sdorfehs is maintained by joshua stein <jcs@jcs.org> and is derived from
     ratpoison which was originally written by Shawn Betts
     <sabetts@gmail.com>.

BSD				 Aug 22, 2019				   BSD

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