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PROGRAM:

NAME


wmbubble - system load monitor

SYNOPSIS


wmbubble [options] [program1] [program2] [...] [programN]

DESCRIPTION


This manual page documents briefly the wmbubble command.

wmbubble is a dockapp-style CPU, memory, swap and load average monitor. Based on the
GNOME BubbleMon applet, this program has been considerably improved.

The higher the water level, the more memory is in use. The more profuse the bubbles, the
higher the CPU usage. There is also a real-time CPU percentage display.

When the mouse is moved into the window, the display will change to show the load history,
or, if either shift key is held, the current memory usage. If you press the right mouse
button, the window will freeze in that state. You can unfreeze the display by pressing the
right mouse button again.

program1, program2, and so on are the programs to spawn when various buttons on the mouse
are pressed while the pointer is over the dockapp. For the vast majority of users, there
can be up to 9 of those buttons, and in order they are: the left(1), middle(2), and
right(3) mouse buttons; up(4), down(5), left(6), and right(7) on the mouse wheels; and the
backwards(8) and forwards(9) mouse buttons.

Additionally, the right mouse button (program3) will only be executed if the graphs are
disabled (otherwise that argument is ignored).

OPTIONS


-maxbubbles
Maximum number of simultaneous bubbles in the dockapp

-air_noswap
Color of air and bubbles when swap is at 0%

-air_maxswap
Color of air and bubbles when swap is at 100%

-liquid_noswap
Color of water when swap is at 0%

-liquid_maxswap
Color of water when swap is at 100%

-duckbody
Color of duck's body

-duckbill
Color of duck's bill

-duckeye
Color of duck's eye

-delay delay this number of microseconds between redraws

-ripples
Pixels to disturb the surface when a bubble is formed/pops

-gravity
Pixels/refresh/refresh to accelerate bubbles upwards

-volatility
Restorative force on water surface in proportion/refresh

-viscosity
Attenuation of surface velocity in proportion/refresh

-speed_limit
Maximum water surface velocity in pixels/refresh

-help Displays this help

-duck Draw the duck?

-d Equivalent to -duck no

-upsidedown
Can the duck flip when the tank is overfull?

-u Equivalent to -upsidedown no

-cpumeter
Show the current load at the bottom

-c Equivalent to -cpumeter no

-graphdigit
Color of the digits on the graphs

-graphwarn
Color of the digits on the memory graph when above 90%

-graphlabel
Color of the 1 5 and 15 on load graph and m and s on mem graph

-graphfield
Color of the background of the graphs

-graphgrid
Color of the grid lines in the graphs

-graphmax
Color of the top two pixels of the bar graph

-graphbar
Color of the rest of the bar graph

-graphmarkers
Color of the horizontal lines on the graph that indicate each integer load average

-p Adjust the digit colors to pale blue and cyan

-graphs
Does hovering show the graphs

-m Equivalent to -graphs no

-units Units for memory in KB or MB

-k Equivalent to -units megabytes

-shifttime
Number of hours after midnight that are drawn as part of the previous day on
digital clock and date

-digital
Draw 24h digital clock

-showdate
Draw day-of-week month day-of-month

-analog
Draw analog clock face

-hourcolor
Color of hour hand on analog clock

-mincolor
Color of minute hand on analog clock

-seccolor
Color of second hand on analog clock

RESOURCES


wmbubble*maxbubbles
Maximum number of simultaneous bubbles in the dockapp

wmbubble*air_noswap
Color of air and bubbles when swap is at 0%

wmbubble*air_maxswap
Color of air and bubbles when swap is at 100%

wmbubble*liquid_noswap
Color of water when swap is at 0%

wmbubble*liquid_maxswap
Color of water when swap is at 100%

wmbubble*duckbody
Color of duck's body

wmbubble*duckbill
Color of duck's bill

wmbubble*duckeye
Color of duck's eye

wmbubble*delay
delay this number of microseconds between redraws

wmbubble*ripples
Pixels to disturb the surface when a bubble is formed/pops

wmbubble*gravity
Pixels/refresh/refresh to accelerate bubbles upwards

wmbubble*volatility
Restorative force on water surface in proportion/refresh

wmbubble*viscosity
Attenuation of surface velocity in proportion/refresh

wmbubble*speed_limit
Maximum water surface velocity in pixels/refresh

wmbubble*duck
Draw the duck?

wmbubble*upsidedown
Can the duck flip when the tank is overfull?

wmbubble*cpumeter
Show the current load at the bottom

wmbubble*graphdigit
Color of the digits on the graphs

wmbubble*graphwarn
Color of the digits on the memory graph when above 90%

wmbubble*graphlabel
Color of the 1 5 and 15 on load graph and m and s on mem graph

wmbubble*graphfield
Color of the background of the graphs

wmbubble*graphgrid
Color of the grid lines in the graphs

wmbubble*graphmax
Color of the top two pixels of the bar graph

wmbubble*graphbar
Color of the rest of the bar graph

wmbubble*graphmarkers
Color of the horizontal lines on the graph that indicate each integer load average

wmbubble*graphs
Does hovering show the graphs

wmbubble*units
Units for memory in KB or MB

wmbubble*shifttime
Number of hours after midnight that are drawn as part of the previous day on
digital clock and date

wmbubble*digital
Draw 24h digital clock

wmbubble*showdate
Draw day-of-week month day-of-month

wmbubble*analog
Draw analog clock face

wmbubble*hourcolor
Color of hour hand on analog clock

wmbubble*mincolor
Color of minute hand on analog clock

wmbubble*seccolor
Color of second hand on analog clock

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