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NAME

       skippyrc  -  Configuration file for skippy, a Full Screen Task Switcher
       for X11

DESCRIPTION

       skippy is a program that allows  you  to  manage  your  windows  in  an
       efficient way. It is highly inspired by Apple Expose.

       ~/.skippyrc is its configuration file.

FORMAT

       for each SECTION (see below), you can define the following variables:

       keysym
        can be anything XStringToKeysym can handle
        (like F11, KP_Enter or implementation specific keysyms)

       colors
        can be anything XAllocNamedColor can handle
        (like "black" or "#000000")

       distance
        a relative number, and is scaled according to the scale
        factor applied to windows

       fonts
        Xft font descriptions

       booleans
        "true" or anything but "true" (-> false)

       opacity
        integer in the range of 0-255

       brightness
        floating point number (with 0.0 as neutral)

SECTIONS

       [general]

       General skippy behaviour.

       keysym Keyboard symbol to use, default: F11.

       distance
              Distance between mini-windows, default: 50

       useNETWMFullscreen
              Use NETWM fullscreen mode if available, default: true

       ignoreSkipTaskbar
              Ignore the skip taskbar hint, default: false

       viewports
              Use experimental extended viewport support, default: false

       sawfish
              Use expermental sawfish support, default: false

       autoRefresh
              Auto  refresh  all  mini-windows  after  n  seconds,  default: 0
              (never) [xinerama]

       Xinerama specific skippy behaviour.

       showAll
              Show windows on all heads, default: false [normal]

       Color brightness and opacity settings.

       brightness
              Brightness adjustment, default: 0.0

       tint   Tint color, default: white

       opacity
               Opacity (0-255), default: 200

       border Border color, default: black [highlight]

       Highlight settings.

       brightness
              Brightness adjustment, default: 0.05

       tint   Tint color, default: #d0d0ff

       opacity
              Opacity (0-255), default: 255

       border Border color, default: #d0d0ff [tooltip]

       Tooltips settings.

       show   Show tool, default: true

       border Tooltip border color, default: black

              background Tooltip background color, default: #e0e0ff

              text Tooltip text color, default: black

              font Tooltip font, default: fixed-11:weight=bold

NOTE

       In  Debian  you  can  find  a  copy  of   the   default   skippyrc   in
       /usr/share/doc/skippy/examples If no ~/.skippyrc exist, skippy will use
       /etc/X11/skippy/skippyrc

       If you are using the X.org X server, there  is  a  version  of  skippy,
       called  skippy-xd  that  makes  use  of the new XDamage, XComposite and
       XFixes extensions. I suggest you use the xd version instead.

FILES

       /etc/X11/skippy/skippyrc ~/.skippyrc

SEE ALSO

       skippy(1), skippy-xd(1)

AUTHOR

       skippy was written by Hyriand <hyriand@thegraveyard.org>.

       This   manual    page    was    written    by    Niv    Sardi-Altivanik
       <xaiki+deb@cxhome.ath.cx>,  for  the Debian project (but may be used by
       others).

                               December  6, 2004                   SKIPPYRC(5)