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NAME

       vala-panel  —   Vala  Panel  is GTK+ 3 desktop panel. It is based on Vala and some LXPanel
       ideas.

SYNOPSIS

       vala-panel [         {-c  | --command }          command name       ]   [          {-p   |
       --profile }          profile name       ]

       vala-panel  [            {-h   |  --help  }             |             {-v   |  --version }
       ]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the vala-panel command.

       This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does
       not have a manual page.

       vala-panel is a program that runs a panel

OPTIONS

       The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two
       dashes (`-').  A summary of options is included below.  For a  complete  description,  see
       the info(1) files.

       -c command

       --command=command name
                 Runs specific command on already opened panel.  Valid commands without arguments
                 are: menu, preferences, run, about, logout, shutdown, restart and  quit.   Valid
                 commands  with one string argument are launch-id, launch-uri, launch-command and
                 panel-preferences.

       -p profile

       --profile=profile name
                 Runs panel with specified profile. This option will have an effect only if panel
                 is  not  runs  now.  There are three pre-installed profiles: default, two_panels
                 and appmenu.

       -h

       --help    Show summary of options.

       -v

       --version Show version of program.

FILES

       ${$XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/vala-panel/
                 The per-user configuration folder to control the behaviour  of  vala-panel.   It
                 contains  subfolders  only,  and  it must contain at least one subfolder after a
                 first run of vala-panel.  Each subfolder is a profile for panel,  and  its  name
                 used  as  profile  name  with profile options.  See default profiles for further
                 reference.

                                                                                    Vala Panel(1)