Provided by: kdocker_5.0-1_amd64
kdocker - puts everything to traybar
This manual page documents briefly the kdocker command. kdocker is a program that puts every application to the system tray.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -a Show author information. Yup, about me. -b Suppress the warning dialog when docking non-normal windows (blind mode) -d Disable session management. KDocker will not attempt to redock this application when you relogin. -e Enable session management. KDocker will attempt to redock this application when you relogin. .B[default] -f Dock window that has the focus(active window). -i icon Custom dock icon. -h Show summary of options. -l Launch on startup -m Keep application window mapped (don't hide on dock) -o Dock when obscured -p secs By default, when the title of the application changes, it is ballooned from the system tray for 4 seconds. Works excellently with xmms -q Disable ballooning title changes (quiet) -t Remove this application from the task bar -v, --version Show version of program. -w wid Window id of the application to dock
kdocker was written by Girish Ramakrishnan (email@example.com). This manual page was written by Lorenzo Villani <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Ubuntu project (but may be used by others). KDOCKER(1)