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GIGOLO(1)																 GIGOLO(1)

NAME
Gigolo -- a simple frontend to easily connect to remote filesystems with GIO/GVfs SYNOPSIS
gigolo [option] DESCRIPTION
Gigolo is a frontend to easily manage connections to remote filesystems using GIO/GVfs. It allows you to quickly mount a remote filesystem and manage bookmarks to such. Homepage: http://www.uvena.de/gigolo/ OPTIONS
If called without any arguments, the Gigolo main window is shown. -i, --new-instance Don't find and show an already running instance of Gigolo, instead force opening a new instance. -l, --list-schemes Print a list of supported URI schemes and exit. -v, --verbose Be verbose and print some more information to stdout. -V, --version Show version information. -?, --help Show help information and exit. Gigolo supports all generic GTK options, a list is available on the help screen. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Enrico Troeger. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2. A copy of this license can be found in the file COPYING included with the source code of this program. gigolo 0.4.1 GIGOLO(1)

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XFCE4-DICT(1)															     XFCE4-DICT(1)

NAME
xfce4-dict -- a client program to query different dictionaries SYNOPSIS
xfce4-dict [option] [text ...] DESCRIPTION
xfce4-dict allows you to search different kinds of dictionary services for words or phrases and shows you the result. Currently you can query a "Dict" server(RFC 2229), any online dictionary service by opening a web browser or search for words using a spell check program like aspell, ispell or enchant. Homepage: http://goodies.xfce.org/projects/applications/xfce4-dict OPTIONS
If called without any arguments, the xfce4-dict main window is shown. Any passed text argument(s) are used as search text. -d, --dict Search the given text using a Dict server(RFC 2229). -w, --web Search the given text using a web-based search engine. -t, --text-field Grab the focus on the text field in the panel (has no effect if panel plugin is not loaded). -s, --spell Check the given text with a spellchecker. -i, --ignore-plugin Start stand-alone application even if the panel plugin is loaded. -c, --clipboard Grabs the PRIMARY selection content (X selection clipboard), uses it as search text and performs a search. This is useful when you want to create keyboard shortcuts for this command. The search method can be specified with the -d, -w and -s options, if not specified the default search method is used. If the PRIMARY clipboard doesn't contain any text, the normal clipboard is used. -v, --verbose Be verbose (print useful status messages). -V, --version Show version information. -?, --help Show help information and exit. xfce4-dict supports all generic GTK options, a list is available on the help screen. BUGS
There is a limitation of max. 12 characters in passing a search term to xfce4-dict when the panel plugin is loaded. That is, if you pass a search term as command line argument(s) to xfce4-dict which is longer than 12 characters, it is truncated. To be exact, the limit is 12 bytes so if the search term contains any non-ASCII characters it might be even less than 12 characters. To work around this limitation, you can add the command line '-i' so that xfce4-dict will start a single stand-alone application. Then all passed text is used as search term. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Enrico Troeger. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2, or (at your option) any later version. xfce4-dict 0.6.0 December 31, 2009 XFCE4-DICT(1)
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