Wmbutton is a 64x64 pixel application that displays nine buttons.
Wmbutton is a 64x64 pixel application that displays nine buttons. Each of these buttons can be configured via a configuration file to run just about any application you'd like to. Basically, if you can type it in a shell command, wmbutton can run it. The graphics of in each button may, of course, be changed as well.
wmbutton [-g geom] [-d dpy] [-f cfgfile] [-b btnfile] [-F < font >]
[-v] [-s] [-n]
wmbutton Ver 0 Rel 5
-g < geometry > Window Geometry - ie: 64x64+10+10
-d < display > Display - ie: 127.0.0.1:0.0
-f < filename > Full path to configuration file.
-b < filename > Full path to button xpm.
-F < font > Custom tooltip font (e.g. -b&h-lucidatypewriter-medium-*-*-*-12-*)
-v Verbose Mode.
-h Help. This message.
-m Disable Middle Mouse functionality.
-s Swap tooltip colors.
-n Turn off tooltips.
Left mouse button:
Selects the application to launch, numbered 1 through 9
Middle mouse button: (unless disabled (-m))
Selects the application to launch, numbered 11 through 19
Right mouse button:
Selects the application to launch, numbered 21 through 29
What's New in This Release:
· Added Modifications submitted by Ralf Horstmann.
· Load different pixmaps at start-up time, rather than having to compile them in. This also makes it much easier to run multiple copies.
· Added Modifications submitted by Michael Cohrs.
· Added Tool-Tips
· Updated default buttons.xpm graphics
· General Code clean-up, including export must functions to seperate C file, to reduce clutter.