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NAME

       Base - essential AfterStep configuration options

CONFIGURATION OPTIONS

       BrowserCommand number command

              Selects web browser to be used by AfterStep when using the ExecBrowser command. Out
              of supplied list - all possibilities are checked to be present on the  system,  and
              first available one will be used.

              The  default number/command combination is: 0 - $BROWSER, 1 - sensible-browser, 2 -
              x-www-browser, 3 - firefox, 4 - mozilla-firefox, 5 - mozilla, 6 - opera

       CursorPath path[:path]

              Specifies the paths to locate the cursor files in.

       DeskTopScale number

              If the geometry is not specified, then  a  desktop  reduction  factor  is  used  to
              calculate the pager's size. Things in the pager window are shown at 1/number of the
              actual size.

       DeskTopSize W x H

              If W or H are less or equal to 100 - they define number  of  rows  and  columns  in
              virtual  desktop, each sized same as the screen. Otherwise W and H define the exact
              size of the virtual desktop in pixels, but to be no  less  then  the  size  of  the
              screen.

       DisableKDEGlobalsTheming

              If   set  will  prevent  AfterStep  from  updating  private  kdeglobals  file  when
              colorscheme is changed. kdeglobals needs to be updated in order to set  colors  for
              KDE apps to match that of the selected colorscheme.

       DisableSharedMemory

              Disables  shared  memory  support  in afterstep. Use this if you run X remotely, or
              have issues with shared memory in general.

       EditorCommand number command

              Selects editor to be used by AfterStep when using the ExecEditor  command.  Out  of
              supplied  list  -  all  possibilities  are checked to be present on the system, and
              first available one will be used.

              The default number/command combination is: 0- $EDITOR, 1-nedit, 2-xemacs,  3-gedit,
              4-kedit, 5-kate

       FontPath path[:path]

              Specifies the paths to locate the font files in.

              Supported are standard X11 fonts and Truetype fonts through the FreeType library.

       IconPath path[:path]

              Specifies  the paths to locate the bitmaps in, typically used only if XPM, JPEG, or
              PNG images aren't available. Valid bitmaps are standard X11 XBM's.

       ModulePath path[:path]

              Specifies the paths to locate the Modules in.

       Path path:path:path

              Specifies  the  search  paths  for  icons  (IconPath),  fonts  (FontPath),  pixmaps
              (PixmapPath), cursors (CursorPath) and scripts (ScriptPath). Multiple entries for a
              given search path are separated by a colon.

       PixmapPath path[:path]

              Specifies the paths to locate the pixmaps in. Valid pixmaps are currently XCF, XPM,
              PPM/PNM, ICO, GIF, XML Images, JPEG, PNG and TIFF.

       TermCommand number command

              Selects  terminal  emulator  to  be  used  by  AfterStep  when using the ExecInTerm
              command, where the first matching one will be used.

              The default  number/command  combination  is:  0  -  x-terminal-emulator,  1-aterm,
              2-rxvt, 3-eterm, 4-xterm

       gtkrc20Path path

              set fullfilename for gtkrc file to be generated by AfterStep from gtkrc-20_template
              on colorscheme changes. Default is ~/.gtkrc-2.0. Change to prevent mangling of your
              own gtkrc. More sensible approach is to edit the template.

       gtkrcPath path

              set fullfilename for gtkrc file to be generated by AfterStep from gtkrc_template on
              colorscheme changes for GTK 1.x  apps.  Default  is  ~/.gtkrc.  Change  to  prevent
              mangling of your own gtkrc. More sensible approach is to edit the template.