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PROGRAM:

NAME


Marco - The MATE Window Manager

SYNOPSIS


marco [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION


Marco is a minimal X window manager that uses GTK+ for drawing window frames. It is aimed
at non-technical users and is designed to integrate well with the MATE desktop. Marco is a
plain window manager for the adult in you; Many window managers are like Marshmallow Froot
Loops, Marco is like Cheerios. It lacks some features that may be expected by traditional
UNIX or other technical users; these users may want to investigate other available window
managers for use with MATE or as a standalone window manager.

Marco supports several somewhat advanced but common features such as Window Shading/Roll-
Up, Window/Edge Snapping, Vertical and Horizontal Maximize, Always-On-Top, Sloppy/Mouse
Focus and Raising, and many more... Well, not a lot, but some more.

This manual page documents the marco command.

OPTIONS


-d, --display=DISPLAY
X display to use.

--sync
Make X calls synchronous.

--replace
Replace the currently running window manager with Marco.

--sm-disable
Disable the connection to the session manager.

--sm-client-id=ID
Specify a session management ID.

--sm-save-file=FILENAME
Restore from a session management savefile.
If no path is specified marco will look in ~/.config/mate-session/saved-session/

-c, --composite
Turn compositing ON. You may also use this option to start marco with composite
"true transparency" effects.

--no-composite
Turn compositing OFF. You may also use this option to start marco without
compositing effects.

--no-force-fullscreen
Do not create fullscreen windows without decorations.

--version
Print current version information and exit.

-?, -h, --help
Print standard command line options.

CONFIGURATION


Marco configuration can be found via the main MATE menus, under
"System->Preferences->Windows" and "System->Preferences->Keyboard Shortcuts" or by running
the commands mate-window-properties and mate-keybinding-properties respectively. Advanced
configuration can also be achieved directly, via dconf-editor under "/org/mate/marco/".

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