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TABBED(1)		    General Commands Manual		     TABBED(1)

NAME
       tabbed -	generic	tabbed interface

SYNOPSIS
       tabbed  [-c] [-d] [-h] [-s] [-v]	[-g geometry] [-n name]	[-p [s+/-]pos]
       [-r narg] [command...]

DESCRIPTION
       tabbed is a simple tabbed container for applications which support XEm-
       bed.  Tabbed  will then run the provided	command	with the xid of	tabbed
       as appended argument. (See EXAMPLES.) The  automatic  spawning  of  the
       command can be disabled by providing the	-s parameter. If no command is
       provided	tabbed will just print its xid and run no command.

OPTIONS
       -c     close tabbed when	the last tab  is  closed.  Mutually  exclusive
	      with -f.

       -d     detaches tabbed from the terminal	and prints its XID to stdout.

       -f     fill  up tabbed again by spawning	the provided command, when the
	      last tab is closed. Mutually exclusive with -c.

       -h     will print the usage of tabbed.

       -g geometry
	      defines the X11 geometry string, which will  fixate  the	height
	      and      width	  of	  tabbed.	Them	  form	    is
	      [=][<width>{xX}<height>][{+-}<xoffset>{+-}<yoffset>].	   See
	      XParseGeometry(3)	for further details.

       -n name
	      will set the WM_CLASS attribute to name.

       -p [ s +/-] pos
	      will  set	 the absolute or relative position of where to start a
	      new tab. When pos	is is given without 's'	in front it is an  ab-
	      solute position. Then negative numbers will be the position from
	      the last tab, where -1 is	the last tab.  If 's' is  given,  then
	      pos  is a	relative position to the current selected tab. If this
	      reaches the limits of the	tabs; those limits then	apply.

       -r narg
	      will replace the narg th argument	in command with	the window id,
	      rather than appending it to the end.

       -s     will disable automatic spawning of the command.

       -t color
	      defines  the  selected  background  color.  #RGB,	#RRGGBB, and X
	      color names are supported.

       -T color
	      defines the selected foreground color.

       -u color
	      defines the normal background color.

       -U color
	      defines the normal foreground color.

       -v     prints version information to stderr, then exits.

USAGE
       Ctrl-Shift-Return
	      open new tab

       Ctrl-Shift-h
	      previous tab

       Ctrl-Shift-l
	      next tab

       Ctrl-Shift-j
	      move selected tab	one to the left

       Ctrl-Shift-k
	      move selected tab	one to the right

       Ctrl-Tab
	      toggle between the selected and last selected tab

       Ctrl-t open dmenu to either create a  new  tab  appending  the  entered
	      string or	select an already existing tab.

       Ctrl-q close tab

       Ctrl-[0..9]
	      jumps to nth tab

       F11    Toggle fullscreen	mode.

EXAMPLES
       $ tabbed	surf -e

       $ tabbed	urxvt -embed

       $ tabbed	xterm -into

       $ $(tabbed -d >/tmp/tabbed.xid);	urxvt -embed $(</tmp/tabbed.xid);

       $ tabbed	-r 2 st	-w '' -e tmux

CUSTOMIZATION
       tabbed  can be customized by creating a custom config.h and (re)compil-
       ing the source code. This keeps it fast,	secure and simple.

AUTHORS
       See the LICENSE file for	the authors.

LICENSE
       See the LICENSE file for	the terms of redistribution.

SEE ALSO
       st(1)

BUGS
       Please report them.

				  tabbed-0.6			     TABBED(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | USAGE | EXAMPLES | CUSTOMIZATION | AUTHORS | LICENSE | SEE ALSO | BUGS

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