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METACITY(1)									      METACITY(1)

       METACITY - minimal GTK2 Window Manager

       metacity     [--display=DISPLAY]     [--replace]     [--sm-client-id=ID]    [--sm-disable]
       [--sm-save-file=FILENAME] [--sync] [--composite] [--no-composite]  [--no-force-fullscreen]
       [--version] [--help]

       This manual page documents briefly metacity.

       metacity  is  a	minimal  X  window manager aimed at nontechnical users and is designed to
       integrate well with the GNOME desktop.  metacity 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 GNOME or standalone.

	      Connect to X display DISPLAY.

	      a window manager which is running is replaced by metacity.  Users are encouraged to
	      change  the  GNOME  window  manager  by  running	the  new WM with the --replace or
	      -replace option, and subsequently saving the session.

	      Specify a session management ID.

	      Disable the session management.

	      Load a session from FILENAME.

       --sync Make X calls synchronous

	      Turn compositing on

	      Turn compositing off

	      Don't make fullscreen windows that are maximized and have no decorations

	      Print the version number.

       -?, --help
	      Show summary of options.

       metacity configuration can be found under Preferences->Windows  and  Preferences->Keyboard
       Shortcuts on the menu-panel. Advanced configuration can be achieved directly through gset-


       The original manual page was written by Thom May <thom@debian.org>.   It  was  updated  by
       Akira  TAGOH <tagoh@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (with permission to use by
       others), and then updated by Luke Morton and Philip O'Brien for inclusion in metacity.

					   16 May 2013				      METACITY(1)
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