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       guake-indicator — A simple Appindicator that lets you send custom commands to Guake.




       guake-indicator  lets  you  manage  your  favorite  customized commands establishing a new
       connection with Guake dropdown terminal.

       guake-indicator sticks to your "System Tray" and displays data retrieved  from  the  Guake
       indicator configuration file (see FILES section for more details)


       guake-indicator  builds  the  menu according to ~/.guake.indicator/guake-indicator.xml XML

       If this configuration file does not exist a default one will be created.

       Although Guake indicator has a built-in menu editor, you can customize this file according
       to  your  needs  with your favorite text editor, just use this schema as a base to add new
       entries.  The fields are self-explanatory, however, I'm going to give you a more  in-depth
       description of each one:

              The name that will show up in the indicator itself

              the name of the guake terminal tab once it is opened (leave black if you don't want
              automatic autorenaming)

              command to send to Guake through his DBUS interface

              If set to yes, Guake  indicator  won't  ask  Guake  to  display  his  main  window.
              open_in_tab  The  index  of  the  Guake  tab where guake-indicator will execute the
              command.Guake assigns index 0 to the first tab so put in this field the  nth  tab-1
              number.   If  this  tag  has  the attribute named="yes" it contains the name of the
              Guake tab lfcr If set to yes a LF (Line Feed) + CR (Carriage  return)  is  sent  to
              Guake  after  each  line  (by  default  only  a  line feed (ascii code 10) is sent.
              guakeindicatorscript If set to yes enables the Guake indicator scripting function

       The above xml field are all optional (except menu_name) and must be stored  within  a  XML
       Host  parent  field  which in turn is enclosed withing a HostGroup field.You can find more
       information and a xsd validation file at


       Please report any bug to Alessio Garzi <>


       guake-indicator was written by Alessio Garzi <>

       This manual page was written by Alessio Garzi <>.