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NAME


FvwmIconBox - the FVWM iconbox module

SYNOPSIS


FvwmIconBox is spawned by fvwm, so no command line invocation will work.

DESCRIPTION


The FvwmIconBox module provides an icon manager. The user can do operations, like iconify
and deiconify, for each icon shown in the module via mouse and keyboard.

FvwmIconBox reads the same .fvwmrc file as fvwm reads when it starts up, and looks for
lines similar to "*FvwmIconBoxFore green".

COPYRIGHTS


The FvwmIconBox program is original work of Nobutaka Suzuki.

Copyright 1994, Nobutaka Suzuki. No guarantees or warranties or anything are provided or
implied in any way whatsoever. Use this program at your own risk. Permission to use this
program for any purpose is given, as long as the copyright is kept intact.

INITIALIZATION


During initialization, FvwmIconBox will eventually search a configuration file. The
configuration file is the same file that fvwm used during initialization.

If the FvwmIconBox executable is linked to another name, ie ln -s FvwmIconBox MoreIconBox,
then another module called MoreIconBox can be started, with a completely different
configuration than FvwmIconBox, simply by changing the keyword FvwmIconBox to
MoreIconBox. This way multiple clutter-reduction programs can be used.

INVOCATION


FvwmIconBox can be invoked by binding the action 'Module FvwmIconBox' to a menu or key-
stroke in the .fvwmrc file. Fvwm will search directory specified in the ModulePath
configuration option to attempt to locate FvwmIconBox.

CONFIGURATION OPTIONS


FvwmIconBox reads the same .fvwmrc file as fvwm reads when it starts up, and looks for
lines as listed below:

*FvwmIconBoxFore color
Tells the module to use color instead of white for the window foreground. This
option affects only the foreground color of background_bitmap specified in
*FvwmIconBoxPixmap option described below.

*FvwmIconBoxBack color
Tells the module to use color instead of black for the window background.

*FvwmIconBoxIconFore color
Tells the module to use color instead of black for non-selected icon text.

*FvwmIconBoxIconBack color
Tells the module to use color instead of white for the non-selected icon
background.

*FvwmIconBoxIconHiFore color
Tells the module to use color instead of black for selected icon text.

*FvwmIconBoxIconHiBack color
Tells the module to use color instead of white for the selected icon background.

*FvwmIconBoxPixmap pixmap
Tells the module to use pixmap for the window background_pixmap.

*FvwmIconBoxFont fontname
Tells the module to use fontname instead of fixed for text.

*FvwmIconBoxSortIcons
Tells the module to sort all icons in iconbox in alphabetical order.

*FvwmIconBoxPadding number
Specifies the number of pixels between icons. The default value is 5.

*FvwmIconBoxPlacement primary secondary
Specifies icon placement policy. primary and secondary can be Top, Bottom, Left and
Right. The following eight combinations are available:

primary secondary

Left Top
Left Bottom
Right Top
Right Bottom
Top Left
Top Right
Bottom Left
Bottom Right

Top: Icons are placed from top to bottom.

Bottom: Icons are placed from bottom to top.

Left: Icons are placed from left to right.

Right: Icons are placed from right to left.

For example, when the placement is "Left Top", icons are placed from left to right,
and new rows are added from top to bottom. The default vale is "Left Bottom".

*FvwmIconBoxLines
Specifies the number of icons placed in a line. If primary is Left or Right, this
value specifies the number of columns. If primary is Top or Bottom, this value
specifies the number of rows. For example, seven icons are placed in a row if
*FvwmIconBoxLines is 7 and *FvwmIconBoxPlacement is "Left Top". The default value
is 6.

*FvwmIconBoxHideSC direction
Specifies the undisplayed scroll bar . Direction can be either Horizontal or
Vertical.

*FvwmIconBoxGeometry <width>x<height>{+-}<X>{+-}<Y>
Specifies the location and/or size of FvwmIconBox. width and height are measured
in icons, not pixels. The default value is 6x1+0+0.

*FvwmIconBoxMaxIconSize <width>x<height>
Specifies the maximum size of icon bitmap. A bitmap larger than this size is
clipped to this size. The default value is 48x48.

*FvwmIconBoxMouse Button Action Response[, Response]
Tells the module to do Responce when Action is done on button Button. Available
Responsees are built-in commands in Fvwm (e.g. Iconify, Delete, Focus) and
available Actions are Click and DoubleClick.

*FvwmIconBoxKey Key Response[, Response]
Tells the module to do Response when Key is pressed. Available Responcees are,
besides Fvwm built-in commands, the following six FvwmIconBox built-in commands:
Next, Prev, Left, Right, Up, and Down.

Next: Change the hilited-icon to the next.

Prev: Change the hilited-icon to the previous.

Left: Move the slider of the horizontal scrollbar to left. Icons move to right
accordingly.

Right: Move the slider of the horizontal scrollbar to right. Icons move to left
accordingly.

Up: Move the slider of the vertical scrollbar to up. Icons move to down
accordingly.

Down: Move the slider of the vertical scrollbar to down. Icons move to up
accordingly.

*FvwmIconBox windowname bitmap-file
Specifies the bitmap to be displayed in iconbox for windowname. Windowname can be
window name, class name, or resource name. Windowname can contain "*" and "?"
like Fvwm configuration file. The bitmap-file is either the full path name to a
bitmap file, or a file in the IconPath or PixmapPath. If bitmap-file is specefied
to be "-", the icon for a window corresponding to windowname is not shown in the
iconbox.

SAMPLE CONFIGURATION


The following are excepts from a .fvwmrc file which describe FvwmIconBox initialization
commands:

############################################################
# Make no icon to be shown in root window
# by spcifying in your .fvwmrc
# (1) "SuppressIcons" if PRUNE is defined in configure.h, or
# (2) "Style "*" NoIcon" if PRUNE is defined.
#SuppressIcons
Style "*" NoIcon

############################################################
*FvwmIconBoxIconBack #cfcfcf
*FvwmIconBoxIconHiFore black
*FvwmIconBoxIconHiBack LightSkyBlue
*FvwmIconBoxBack #5f9ea0
#*FvwmIconBoxFore blue
*FvwmIconBoxGeometry 5x1+0+0
*FvwmIconBoxMaxIconSize 64x38
*FvwmIconBoxFont -adobe-helvetica-medium-r-*-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
*FvwmIconBoxSortIcons
*FvwmIconBoxPadding 4
*FvwmIconBoxLines 10
*FvwmIconBoxPlacement Left Top
*FvwmIconBoxPixmap fvwm.xpm
#*FvwmIconBoxHideSC Horizontal
#
# mouse bindings
#
*FvwmIconBoxMouse 1 Click RaiseLower
*FvwmIconBoxMouse 1 DoubleClick Iconify
*FvwmIconBoxMouse 2 Click Iconify -1, Focus
*FvwmIconBoxMouse 3 Click Module "FvwmIdent" FvwmIdent
#
# Key bindings
#
*FvwmIconBoxKey r RaiseLower
*FvwmIconBoxKey space Iconify
*FvwmIconBoxKey d Close
#
# FvwmIconBox built-in functions
#
*FvwmIconBoxKey n Next
*FvwmIconBoxKey p Prev
*FvwmIconBoxKey h Left
*FvwmIconBoxKey j Down
*FvwmIconBoxKey k Up
*FvwmIconBoxKey l Right
#
# Icon file spcifications
#
*FvwmIconBox "*" unknown1.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "Fvwm*" -
*FvwmIconBox "FvwmFileMgr" folder2.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "rxvt" term.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "xterm" xterm.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "editres" editres.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "xman" xman.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "xbiff" mail1.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "xmh" mail1.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "xcalc" xcalc.xpm
*FvwmIconBox "GoodStuff" toolbox.xpm

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