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       kradio4 - A versatile KDE AM/FM/Internet radio application


       kradio4 [Qt-options] [KDE-options]


       KRadio  is a comfortable radio application for KDE 4.x with support for V4L and V4L2 radio
       cards drivers.

       KRadio currently provides:
         * V4L/V4L2 radio support
         * Remote control support (LIRC)
         * Alarms, sleep Countdown
         * Several GUI Controls (Docking Menu, Station Quickbar, Radio Display)
         * Recording capabilities, including Ogg/Vorbis and WAV encoding
         * Timeshifter functionality
         * Extendable plugin architecture

       KRadio also includes a growing collection of station preset files for many  cities  around
       the world contributed by KRadio users.


   Generic options:
       --help Show help about options

              Show Qt specific options

              Show KDE specific options

              Show all options

              Show author information

       -v, --version
              Show version information

              Show license information

       --     End of options

   KDE options:
       --caption <caption>
              Use 'caption' as name in the titlebar

       --icon <icon>
              Use 'icon' as the application icon

       --config <filename>
              Use alternative configuration file

              Disable crash handler, to get core dumps

              Waits for a WM_NET compatible windowmanager

       --style <style>
              sets the application GUI style

       --geometry <geometry>
              sets  the  client  geometry  of the main widget - see man X for the argument format
              (usually WidthxHeight+XPos+YPos)

   Qt options:
       --display <displayname>
              Use the X-server display 'displayname'

       --session <sessionId>
              Restore the application for the given 'sessionId'

       --cmap Causes the application to install a private color map on an 8-bit display

       --ncols <count>
              Limits the number of colors allocated in the color cube on an 8-bit display, if the
              application is using the QApplication::ManyColor color specification

              tells Qt to never grab the mouse or the keyboard

              running under a debugger can cause an implicit -nograb, use -dograb to override

       --sync switches to synchronous mode for debugging

       --fn, --font <fontname>
              defines the application font

       --bg, --background <color>
              sets the default background color and an application palette (light and dark shades
              are calculated)

       --fg, --foreground <color>
              sets the default foreground color

       --btn, --button <color>
              sets the default button color

       --name <name>
              sets the application name

       --title <title>
              sets the application title (caption)

       --visual TrueColor
              forces the application to use a TrueColor visual on an 8-bit display

       --inputstyle <inputstyle>
              sets XIM (X Input Method) input style. Possible values are onthespot,  overthespot,
              offthespot and root

       --im <XIM server>
              set XIM server

              disable XIM

              mirrors the whole layout of widgets

       --stylesheet <file.qss>
              applies the Qt stylesheet to the application widgets

       --graphicssystem <system>
              use  a different graphics system instead of the default one, options are raster and
              opengl (experimental)


       Ernst Martin Witte <>
       Marcus Camen <>
       Klas Kalass <>
       Frank Schwanz <>