wdmlogin.conf - configuration options for wdmLogin
/etc/X11/wdm/wdmlogin.conf specifies geometry and font attributes for
wdmLogin, the login widget that is a component of the wdm package. An
alternate location for this file can be specified via the
wdmLoginConfig resource in /etc/X11/wdm/wdm.config.
wdmlogin.conf uses the somewhat ill-documented libproplist file format.
The file must begin and end with an open- and close-brace,
respectively. Between the braces, three options are available:
geometry = (w, h, x, y);
If set, this option allows the wdmLogin window to be resized and
repositioned within the screen. The x and y coordinates specify
the location of the top left corner of the window and are
aa = <yes|no>;
If set to yes, then support for antialiased fonts is enabled.
Note that this is not currently supported by libWINGs in Debian,
and thus has no effect.
multibyte = <yes|no>;
If set to yes, then support for multibyte character sets is
enabled. Note that this is not currently supported by libWINGs
in Debian, and thus has no effect.
geometry = (530, 240);
aa = no;
multibyte = no;
This manual page was written by Noah Meyerhans for Debian GNU/Linux.
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