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NAME

     wmanager — choose a window manager and launch it

SYNOPSIS

     wmanager [OPTIONS ...]

DESCRIPTION

     The wmanager program displays a choice of the window managers listed in the ~/.wmanagerrc
     file.  When one is picked, the related command is written to standard output, intended to be
     used by shell scripts.  If the program is exited without choosing a window manager, “-1” is
     written to standard output.

     -fg COLOR
             Set the foreground color.

     -bg COLOR
             Set the background color.

     -bg2 COLOR
             Set the widget background color

     -di[splay] host:n.n
             Set the X display.

     -dn[d], -nod[nd]
             Enable/disable drag & drop, probably does nothing.

     -g[eometry] WxH+X+Y
             Set the window size and location.

     -i[conic]
             Start as iconified.

     -k[bd], -nok[bd]
             Enable/disable keyboard support.

     -na[me] CLASSNAME
             Set the X window class.

     -s[cheme] SCHEME
             Unknown, probably does nothing useful.

     -ti[tle] WINDOWTITLE
             Set the window title.

     -to[oltips], -not[ooltips]
             Enable/disable tooltips, probably does nothing.

EXAMPLE

     To start using wmanager, create a ~/.wmanagerrc file - generally with wmanagerrc-update(1) -
     and add something like the following at the end of your ~/.xsession file:

           WM="$(wmanager -geometry +570+585)"
           ...
           exec $WM

     See also wmanager-loop(1) for a nicer way to start wmanager.

SEE ALSO

     wmanager(1), wmanager-loop(1), wmanagerrc-update(1), X(7x)

HISTORY

     The wmanager program was written by Meik Tessmer in 1999.  This manual page was originally
     written in perldoc format by Tommi Virtanen in 2000, and converted to mdoc format by Peter
     Pentchev in 2008.

AUTHORS

     The wmanager program - Meik Tessmer ⟨fuller@daemogorgon.net⟩.

     The manual page - Tommi Virtanen ⟨tv@debian.org⟩ and Peter Pentchev ⟨roam@ringlet.net⟩.