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WBAR-CONFIG(1)		    General Commands Manual		WBAR-CONFIG(1)

NAME
       wbar-config - GUI to customize wbar

SYNOPSIS
       wbar-config

DESCRIPTION
       wbar-config  is	a program that creates and configures the settings for
       wbar(1).	 The config file consists of blocks of three lines each	of the
       following format:

       i: /path/to/file.png
       c: command --args
       t: description for mouseover

       That  means  that there is one line starting with "i: " followed	by the
       path to a png file which	is used	as the icon; followed by a line	start-
       ing  with "c: " which contains the command and arguments	that should be
       run when	the user clicks	on this	icon; and finally followed by  a  line
       starting	with "t: " containing the text that shall be shown to the user
       when the	mouse cursor is	over the icon.

       The first block is different, it	describes general settings.  Here  the
       "i:  "  argument	 is the	path to	a file which is	used as	the background
       image.  The "c: " argument defines the default settings for wbar.   The
       "t: " line contains the path to the font	that shall be used followed by
       a slash and the font size.

       For example:

       i: /usr/share/pixmaps/wbar/osxbarback.png
       c: wbar --bpress	--above-desk --vbar --pos right	--isize	32  --idist  5
       --nanim 4 --falfa 65
       t: /usr/share/fonts/truetype/ttf-dejavu/DejaVuSans/10

SEE ALSO
       wbar(1)

AUTHORS
       wbar-config was written by Yadickson Soto <yadickson@gmail.com>.

       This  manual  page  was written by Yadickson Soto <yadickson@gmail.com>
       and improved by Thomas Klausner <tk@giga.or.at>.

			       January 14, 2012			WBAR-CONFIG(1)

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