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       gxkb - X11 keyboard indicator and switcher.




       gxkb  is  a  little  indicator applet which allows one to quickly switch between different
       keyboard layouts in X. A flag corresponding to the country of the active layout  is  shown
       in the indicator area.

       The  applet is written in C and uses the GTK+ library and therefore does not depend on any
       GNOME components.


       -v     Print the version number of gxkb to the standard output stream and list of features
              that was builded with.

       -h     Print a usage message briefly summarizing these command-line options, then exit.


       Full  paths  below  may  vary  between  installations.  They  are  also  affected  by  the
       XDG_CONFIG_HOME and XDG_DATA_HOME environment variables.


              Directory with system-wide resources.


              Settings for the gxkb. If $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is either not set or  empty,  a  default
              equal  to $HOME/.config/gxkb/gxkb.cfg should be used. The configuration file should
              be created at first run and can be changed when gxkb is not running at  this  time.
              By  the  way  configuration  for  gxkb  can be changed on the fly with setxkbmap(1)
              command and gxkb will update configuration file at exit.


              User's own resources to replace flag images from PREFIX/share/gxkb/flags directory.
              If   $XDG_DATA_HOME   is   either   not   set   or   empty,   a  default  equal  to
              $HOME/.local/share/gxkb/flags should be used.


       gxkb was written by Dmitriy Poltavchenko  <>.   This  manual
       page   was  originally  written  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux  system  by  Mateusz  Łukasik


   Regular Manual Pages
       xkeyboard-config(7), setxkbmap(1)

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