adesklets - manual page for adesklets 0.6.1
adesklets [OPTION]... [string_id]
Fake root window detection
--e16 Enlightenment 16, version 0.16.8 and later
--kde KDE >= 3.4.1 desktop detection
Nautilus desktop detection
--rox ROX-Filer detection (incomplete)
--user Interactive detection (by user click)
Xfce4 desktop detection (tested on Xfce4 4.2.x, with xfdesktop
managing the icons)
--xffm Xffm desktop window detection (tested on xffm 18.104.22.168, with
xffm-deskview managing the icons)
When applicable, do not run the detection for each desklet, but
only once for all. Of course, desklets on multiple screens will
unlikely detect the right fake root window, but it will speed
things up for single screen settings.
Print out this message and exit
Wait for at least one ’progname’ instance to run under the
current user id (UID) before performing any further action
Wait for a given delay (in seconds) before performing any
Use an alternate editor for configuring the desklets; it needs
to be a standalone executable that does not need a pseudo
Printout adesklets version
Kill all running, registered desklets
Remove all dead entries from $HOME/.adesklets (this implies
-i,--installer Invoke the desklet installer (requires Python)
Execute command set from the ‘script’ file
If no ‘string_id’ is given, adesklets acts as a launcher (unless the
‘-f’ switch is involved). Otherwise, adesklets acts as an interpreter,
if no ‘-k’ or ‘-c’ switch is used.
The most usual invokation of adesklets is the bare ‘adesklets’ command,
without arguments: it makes adesklets launch every registered desklets
from $HOME/.adesklets, without any fake root window detection.
Written By Sylvain Fourmanoit <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The options described here are only valid if you are using the shell
The full documentation for adesklets is maintained as a Texinfo manual.
If the info and adesklets programs are properly installed at your site,
should give you access to the complete manual.