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Clawsker - A Claws Mail Tweaker
Clawsker is an applet to edit the so called Claws Mail hidden preferences.
Claws Mail is a fast, lightweight and feature-rich MUA with a high number of configurable
options. To keep the binary small and fast some of these preferences which are not widely
used are not provided with a graphical interface for inspection and/or modification.
Users wanting to edit such preferences had to face raw editing of their configuration
files, now you can do it with a convenient GTK2 interface using Clawsker.
In adition to hidden features Clawsker can edit also some other settings which usually can
only be set indirectly. These include currently the saved positions (and sizes when
available) of Claws Mail windows.
-h | --help
Shows a brief help screen.
-v | --version
Show information about program, Claws Mail and Perl-GTK versions.
-b | --verbose
Tells more on the standard output.
-a | --alternate-config-dir dirname
Uses dirname as Claws Mail configuration directory.
-c | --clawsrc filename
Uses filename as Claws Mail resource configuration file. This sets the full file name
overriding any previous setting.
Repeated options are allowed, although only the last one has effect. Weird option
specifications may produce weird results (but otherwise correct).
A running Claws Mail cannot be detected if using the --clawsrc option because the
directory is not assumed to be a Claws Mail configuration dir. If that is the case use
the --alternate-config-dir option instead.
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