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       FvwmIdent - the Fvwm identify-window module


       FvwmIdent is spawned by fvwm, so no command line invocation will work.


       The  FvwmIdent  module  prompts  the user to select a target window, if the module was not
       launched from within a window context in Fvwm.  After that,  it  pops  up  a  window  with
       information about the window which was selected.


       The  FvwmIdent program, and the concept for interfacing this module to the Window Manager,
       are all original work by Robert Nation and Nobutaka Suzuki.

       Copyright 1994, Robert Nation and Nobutaka Suzuki. No guarantees or warranties or anything
       are  provided  or  implied  in  any  way  whatsoever.  Use  this program at your own risk.
       Permission to use this program for any purpose is given, as long as the copyright is  kept


       During  initialization,  FvwmIdent  gets  config  info  from  fvwm's  module configuration
       database (see fvwm(1), section MODULE COMMANDS) to determine which colors and font to use.

       If the FvwmIdent executable is linked to another name, ie ln  -s  FvwmIdent  MoreIdentify,
       then  another  module  called  MoreIdentify  can  be  started, with a completely different
       configuration than FvwmIdent, simply by changing the keyword  FvwmIdent  to  MoreIdentify.
       This way multiple clutter-reduction programs can be used.


       FvwmIdent  can be invoked by binding the action 'Module FvwmIdent' to a menu or key-stroke
       in  the  .fvwm2rc  file.   Fvwm  will  search  directory  specified  in   the   ModulePath
       configuration  option  to  attempt  to  locate  FvwmIdent. Although nothing keeps you from
       launching FvwmIdent at start-up time, you probably  don't  want  to.   Clicking  into  the
       FvwmIdent  window  or  pressing  a key while it has focus closes FvwmIdent. Pressing mouse
       button 2 in the window restarts FvwmIdent and asks for a new window to select.


       FvwmIdent reads the same .fvwm2rc file as fvwm reads when it  starts  up,  and  looks  for
       lines as listed below:

       *FvwmIdent: Colorset n
              Tells the module to use colorset n.

       *FvwmIdent: Fore color
              Tells  the module to use color instead of black for text. Switches off the Colorset

       *FvwmIdent: Back color
              Tells the module to use color instead of white for the window background.  Switches
              off the Colorset option.

       *FvwmIdent: Font fontname
              Tells the module to use fontname instead of fixed for text.

       *FvwmIdent: MinimalLayer layer
              FvwmIdent  places  its  window  on  the layer of a target window. But not below the
              minimal layer. By default, the minimal layer is 4 just like the fvwm default layer.
              If layer is 0, the layer of the target window is always used. If layer is "default"
              or not specified, the default behavior is restored. If layer is  "none",  FvwmIdent
              is placed as a normal window even if the target window is above it.


       Robert Nation and Nobutaka Suzuki (