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setstyle(1x) [debian man page]

setstyle(1x)															      setstyle(1x)

NAME
setstyle - set style related options for Window Maker or loads a theme SYNOPSIS
setstyle [--no-fonts] [--no-cursors] [--help] [--version] stylefile DESCRIPTION
setstyle reads stylefile and writes its contents to the WindowMaker domain, efectively setting the Window Maker style. If the supplied path is a directory, it will be treated as a theme pack and it will be loaded appropriately. If the --no-fonts flag is specified, font related options (IconTitleFont, ClipTitleFont, DisplayFont, MenuTextFont, MenuTitleFont, WindowTitleFont) in the style file will be ignored. If the --no-cursors flag is specified, any mouse cursor definitions (NormalCursor, ArrowCursor, MoveCursor, TopLeftResizeCursor, TopRightResizeCursor, BottomLeftResizeCursor, BottomRightResizeCursor, VerticalResizeCursor, HorizontalResizeCursor, WaitCursor, Question- Cursor, TextCursor, SelectCursor) in the style or theme will be ignored. OPTIONS
--no-fonts ignore font related options in style file. --no-cursors ignore cursor definition options in style file. --help print a help message --version print version number ENVIRONMENT
GNUSTEP_USER_ROOT specifies the initial path for the Defaults directory. "Defaults/" is appended to this variable to determine the actual location of the databases. If the varialbe is not set, it defaults to "~/GNUstep" FILES
GNUSTEP_USER_ROOT/Defaults/WindowMaker This is the actual file that's written. SEE ALSO
getstyle(1x), wmaker(1x) AUTHOR
This man page was written by Marcelo Magallon <mmagallo@debian.org>. Window Maker was written by Alfredo K. Kojima <kojima@windowmaker.info>. January 1999 setstyle(1x)

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seticons(1x)                                                                                                                          seticons(1x)

NAME
seticons - sets the icon images used in Window Maker SYNOPSIS
seticons iconsfile DESCRIPTION
seticons reads iconsfile and writes its contents to the WMWindowAttributes domain, efectively setting the icons Window Maker uses for a given class (for example, XTerm, "xterm.XTerm", "rxvt.XTerm", "pine.XTerm", etc) OPTIONS
--help print a help message --version print version number ENVIRONMENT
GNUSTEP_USER_ROOT specifies the initial path for the Defaults directory. "Defaults/" is appended to this variable to determine the actual location of the databases. If the varialbe is not set, it defaults to "~/GNUstep" FILES
GNUSTEP_USER_ROOT/Defaults/WMWindowAttributes This is the actual file that's written. SEE ALSO
geticonset(1x), wmaker(1x) AUTHOR
This man page was written by Marcelo Magallon <mmagallo@debian.org>. Window Maker was written by Alfredo K. Kojima <kojima@windowmaker.info>. March 1998 seticons(1x)

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