Provided by: obmenu_1.0-4_amd64
obm-moz - a pipe-menu for openbox
Obm-moz is a pipe menu for openbox. It translates any mozilla-compatible bookmarks into an openbox menu. If no arguments are given, it'll try to find your bookmarks. A bookmarks folder can be passed as an argument, it'll try to find it and build the menu out of that folder. More information about pipe-menus can be found on http://icculus.org/openbox/index.php/Openbox:Pipemenus
-h, --help Show this help message and exit -f, --firefox Look for Firefox bookmarks -b FILENAME, --bookmarks=FILENAME Specify the path to the bookmarks.html file -r ROOT, --root=ROOT Root folder of the bookmarks -n BROWSER, --navigator=BROWSER Command to run the web browser.
obm-moz -b "/path/to/bookmarks.html" -r "Bookmarks Toolbar Folder"
obm-dir was written by Manuel Colmenero <email@example.com> as part of obmenu. This manual page was originally written for the Debian GNU/Linux system by Davide Truffa <firstname.lastname@example.org>.