lxpanel - a lightweight GTK2-based panel for the LXDE desktop.
This manual page documents briefly the lxpanel command.
lxpanel is a program that provides a panel for the desktop, usually for
LXDE. It is a lightweight GTK+ 2.x based desktop panel.
o User-friendly application menu automatically generated from
.desktop files on the system.
o Launcher bar (small icons clicked to launch apps)
o Task bar supporting ICCCM/EWMH `urgency' hint (Pidgin IM windows
can flash on new incoming messages)
o Notification area (system tray)
o Digital clock
o Run dialog (type command to run, without opening a terminal )
o Net status icon plug-in (optional)
o Volume control plug-in (optional)
o lxpanelctl, an external controller lets you control lxpanel in
other programs. For example, "lxpanelctl run" will show the Run
dialog in lxpanel, and "lxpanelctl menu" will show the application
menu. This is useful in key bindings provided by window managers.
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long
options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is
Print help on the options.
Print the program version.
Set the logging level in the range 0 (silent) through 5 (verbose).
-p NAME, --profile NAME
Set the profile to be loaded.
config file, can be edited by preference dialog.
lxsession (1), lxpanelctl (1).
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