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NAME

       ASDatabaseEntry - to be used in entry of AfterStep database

CONFIGURATION OPTIONS

        AllowCover

              Specifies  that  other windows should be allowed to cover the app window. Turns off
              AvoidCover . This is the default setting.

        AvoidCover

              Specifies that other windows should  not  be  allowed  to  cover  the  app  window.
              Prevents  other  windows  from  moving  in  front of (or behind) the app window. If
              SmartPlacement is specified in the feel  file,  windows  will  not  be  allowed  to
              automatically  place  themselves over the app window, if possible. AllowCover turns
              off AvoidCover . The default is AllowCover .

       BorderWidth width

              Specifying this in conjunction with NoHandles , sets the border width of  a  window
              to  be  width  . A width of0causes no border. This option has no affect if not used
              with NoHandles . The default is1implicitly for all windows.

       Button number

              Specifying a number to each use of Button will cause  that  buttons  number  to  be
              displayed  in  the  title  bar.  Number  should be the same as used in TitleButtons
              setting. The default is to display all buttons defined in the look.name file if the
              following  conditions  are met: there is a valid bitmap or pixmap specified for the
              button in the look.name file; nd the button has not been forced not to  display  by
              the use of Motif WM hints specified by application.

        CirculateHit

              Enables  window  to  be  switched to using ChangeWindowUp, ChangeWindowDown or Warp
              (also called alt-tabbing)  functions.  This  is  the  default  implicitly  for  all
              windows.

        CirculateSkip

              Causes windows to be skipped over when the ChangeWindowUp, ChangeWindowDown or Warp
              (also called alt-tabbing) functions  are  invoked.  This  is  disabled  by  default
              implicitly for all windows.

       DefaultGeometry WIDTHxHEIGHT+X+Y

              This  will  force  AfterStep  to  replace  parts  of  window initial placement with
              predefined values. For example :

              Style "*mozilla*" DefaultGeometry 1024x500

              will force mozilla windows (or any windows that have "mozilla" in  its  name  )  to
              have initial size 1024x500.

              Note  that  in case of mozilla its useful to define several Styles so that you will
              get different geometries for different dialog boxes, such as search/download/ etc

        Focus

              This will set the window to accept input focus. The is the default for all windows.

       FocusOnMap

              Client window will be focused when it is mapped even if it is  not  directly  under
              mouse pointer.

       FocusStyle [ style ]

              Specifies  a  MyStyle to be used for this window when it has the keyboard focus. If
              style  is  unspecified,  the  default  focus  style  will  be  used  instead   (see
              FWindowStyle , below).

       Frame "frame_name"

              Enables "frame_name" to be used for decoration of this window.

       Fullscreen

              Makes window Fullscreen on startup.

       HandleWidth width

              Specifies the width of the resize handles on the The default width is8pixels.

        Handles

              Specifies  that  the  app window will display the "low bar" decoration. This is the
              default for all windows.

       HonorConfig

              Forces AfterStep to honor a client's request to reposition itself after its  window
              has been mapped. This is a dangerous behavior as clients do not have a reliable way
              of determining the best position for themselves. Window positioning should be  left
              to AfterStep as it knows better. Opposite of IgnoreConfig.

              See Also: IgnoreConfig.

       HonorExtWMHints

              Forces  AfterStep  to  use extended window management hints that the client sets on
              its windows. These generally include window  type  (dialog,  desktop,  menu,  etc),
              window  state  (minimized,  maximized,  shaded, etc.), desktop, icon and additional
              data. Note that these window-type  hints  cause  AfterStep  to  apply  one  of  its
              policies,  which  may result in missing decorations, a non-default layer, and other
              potential irregularities. The opposite is NoExtWMHints.

              See Also: NoExtWMHints.

       HonorGnomeHints

              Forces AfterStep to use the desktop, layer, and other hints data that a client sets
              on  its  window using the old, outdated GNOME window management hints. The opposite
              is NoGnomeHints.

              See Also: NoGnomeHints.

       HonorGroupHints

              AfterStep will utilize a group hint set on the  client's  window.  This  will  make
              AfterStep  apply  group  management  policies  to  all  windows  of the client. For
              example: when one window in the group is moved to a different  desktop,  all  other
              windows will follow. Group members will usually be stacked together and utilize the
              layer of the member with the  highest  layer  within  the  given  group.  Transient
              windows  belonging  to  one  of  the  members  will overlay all of the members. The
              opposite is NoGroupHints.

              See Also: NoGroupHints.

       HonorKDEHints

              AfterStep will honor KDE specific hints set on the client's window. This is  mainly
              used for status bar-type applications. The opposite is NoKDEHints.

              See Also: NoKDEHints.

       HonorMotifHints

              AfterStep will honor Motif specific hints set on the client's window. This includes
              any  decorations  that  need  to   be   drawn   around   it   and   any   functions
              (minimize/maximize/re-size/move) that it supports. The opposite is NoMotifHints.

              See Also: NoMotifHints.

       HonorPPosition

              Forces  AfterStep  to  use  PPosition hint for this window. PPosition hint normally
              means that application  has  determined  its  position  due  to  some  of  its  own
              configuration  settings,  and  position  has  not  been explicitly requested on the
              command line. This setting overrides NoPPosition setting in feel file.

       HonorRestack

              FIXME: add proper description here.

       HonorTransientHints

              Will force AfterStep to use transient hint, effectively  attaching  window  to  its
              parent( placing it on the same layer , etc. )

       HonorXResources

              Forces AfterStep to respect XResources database when it comes to window placement.

        HorizontalTitle

              Causes  the window titlebar to be placed horizontally on top of the window. This is
              the implicit default for all windows.

       Icon filename

              Specifies the [filename] to use when iconified, overriding any icon the app  itself
              might provide. NoIcon turns this off. The default is to use the app's supplied icon
              or the icon specified with the WM_NAME of "Unknown" or "*".

        IconTitle

              Specifies that a title should be displayed under an iconified app. The colors  used
              are  the  ForeColor  and  BackColor  of the ButtonTitleFocus in the look.name file.
              Note: less space is left for the app's icon, so it will be resized acordingly. Only
              a  portion of the icon title will be displayed until the icon gains focus, and then
              the title "box" will expand to reveal the window's entire name.

       IgnoreConfig

              AfterStep will ignore a client's attempts to reposition its  window  after  it  has
              been mapped on the screen. Opposite of HonorConfig.

              See Also: HonorConfig.

       IgnoreRestack

              FIXME: add proper description here.

       Layer layer

              Specifies  what layer this window should be in. layer may be any integer (positive,
              negative, or zero). Windows are grouped according to their layer, and  may  not  be
              moved  out  of their layer. Windows in higher layers will be above windows in lower
              layers. By default, windows are placed in layer 0. StaysOnBack corresponds  toLayer
              -1, and StaysOnTop corresponds to Layer 1 .

       LongLiving

              A  window  will  stay  on  the screen long enough to allow application of different
              placement policies, such as AvoidCover. Opposite of ShortLiving.

              See Also: ShortLiving.

       NoButton number

              Specifying a number to each use of NoButton will cause that buttons be hidden  from
              the  title  bar.  Number  should  be  the same as used in TitleButtons setting. The
              default is to display all buttons defined in the look.name file  if  the  following
              conditions  are  met: there is a valid bitmap or pixmap specified for the button in
              the look.name file; and the button has not been forced not to display by the use of
              Motif WM hints specified by application.

       NoExtWMHints

              AfterStep will not use extended window management hints that the client sets on its
              windows. Opposite of HonorExtWMHints.

              See Also: HonorExtWMHints.

        NoFocus

              This will set the window to refuse any input focus. Focus will  turn  this  setting
              off. This is off by default.

       NoFocusOnMap

              AfterStep  will  not  yield  a  focus to the new window being mapped. This prevents
              things like passwords typed into popped-up IM windows. Opposite of FocusOnMap.

              See Also: FocusOnMap.

       NoFrame

              Disables frame decorations for this window.

       NoFullscreen

              Prevents windows from starting up as Fullscreen.

       NoGnomeHints

              Causes AfterStep to disregard layer properties and several obsolete properties  for
              a window. Opposite of HonorGnomeHints.

              See Also: HonorGnomeHints.

       NoGroupHints

              AfterStep  will  not  utilize  a group hint set on the client's window. Opposite of
              HonorGroupHints.

              See Also: HonorGroupHints.

        NoHandles

              Specifies that the app window will not display the "low bar" decoration. This  also
              removes  the  ability  to  resize  windows with the resize handles on the "low bar"
              ends. The default is Handles implicitly for all windows.

        NoIcon

              Disables icon from being visible when window is iconifyed. That  causes  window  to
              simply  disappear  when  the  app  is  iconified. Refer to the EXAMPLES below for a
              method to make all icons disappear.

       NoIconTitle

              Specifies that no title should be displayed under an iconified app.

       NoKDEHints

              AfterStep will not honor KDE specific hints set on the client's window. Opposite of
              HonorKDEHints.

              See Also: HonorKDEHints.

       NoMotifHints

              Forces AfterStep to disregard Motif decoration and functionality hints.

       NoPPosition

              Species  that afterstep should ignore the PPosition field for the specified window,
              in other words, the window can't choose where to place  itself.  Adherence  to  the
              PPosition field is required for some applications.

        NoTitle

              Specifies  that  afterstep should not put a title bar decoration on the app. The is
              off by default.

       NoTransientHints

              Ignore transient hint - window will be treated as an independent window.

       NoXResources

              Forces  AfterStep  to  disregard  XResources  database  when  it  comes  to  window
              placement.

       OverrideGravity NorthWest | North | NorthEast | West | Center | East | SouthWest | South |
       SouthEast | Static

              Some applications (notably xv) have been designed without reading  widely  accepted
              and  used standards such as ICCCM. Gravity value is one of the hints that often get
              misplaced by applications. As the result may exhibit weird  placement  behaviour  -
              such  as  windows  moving  to  the  top-left  with  each resize or file opened. Try
              specifying StaticGravity for such apps. Also some applications do not  set  gravity
              correctly.  For  example  you start an application with geometry +10-10 which means
              SouthWestGravity and that should fix position of  left  and  bottom  sides  of  the
              window.  But  window  set its gravity to NorthWestGravity instead and as the result
              window gets  placed  further  down  to  the  bottom  by  the  size  of  the  framne
              decorations.  In  this  cases  you  can  specify whatever gravity you want and thus
              override those stupid apps.

              See Also: Gravity type specification for further details.

       ShortLiving

              ShortLiving windows are always placed automatically and do  not  affect  AvoidCover
              stuff.

        Slippery

              This  is the default setting - windows stay on the desktop they were placed on, and
              do not "follow" viewport, when desk/view changes.

        StartIconic

              Causes the app to start and immediately iconify itself to the IconBox . The default
              is StartNormal implicitly for all windows.

        StartNormal

              Disables  the  effects  of  StartIconic setting - window will not be iconifyed upon
              startup. This is the default

        StartsAnyWhere

              Upon startup window will be placed onto the current desktop. This is  the  implicit
              default setting for all windows.

       StartsOnDesk number

              Causes  the  app window to start on the specified desk number. If SmartPlacement is
              used in the feel.name file, the window will appear on the  specified  desk  number,
              but  will  require  interaction  to  place  it;  unless it was called with geometry
              settings. Specific Viewports are also allowed, refer to them below. The default  is
              StartsAnyWhere implicitly for all windows.

        StaysOnBack

              Places  window  in Layer -1, essentially forcing it to go under most other windows.
              Default Layer is 0.

               NOTE: deprecated, use Layer instead.

        StaysOnTop | StaysPut | StaysOnBack

              Places window in Layer 1, making it go on TOP of most other windows. Default  Layer
              is 0.

               NOTE: deprecated, use Layer instead.

        StaysPut

              Places window in default Layer 0, disabling effects of StaysOnTop , StaysOnBack and
              Layer .

               NOTE: deprecated, use Layer instead.

        Sticky

              Causes the app window to stick to it's  location  for  each  desktop  that  becomes
              current,  allowing the window to "follow" while changings desks/ views. The default
              is Slippery implicitly for all windows.

       StickyStyle style

              Specifies a MyStyle to be used for this window when it does not have  the  keyboard
              focus,  and  is  sticky.  If style is unspecified, the default sticky style will be
              used instead (see SWindowStyle , below).

        Title

              Specifies that afterstep should put a title bar decoration on  the  app.  This  the
              default.

       UnfocusStyle style

              Specifies  a  MyStyle to be used for this window when it does not have the keyboard
              focus, and is not sticky. If style is unspecified, the default unfocus  style  will
              be used instead (see UWindowStyle , below).

       UseAnyViewport

              AfterStep  will  treat  an  application as if it is relative to the desktop origin,
              when that application specifies its geometry at the time of mapping.

              See Also: UseCurrentViewport.

       UseCurrentViewport

              AfterStep will treat an application as if it is relative to the current  viewport's
              origin, when that application specifies its geometry at the time of mapping.

              See Also: UseAnyViewport.

        VerticalTitle

              Causes  the  window  titlebar  to  be  placed vertically along the left side of the
              window, instead of horizontally across the top.

       ViewportX number

              Specifies the coordinate along the x-axis that afterstep  should  place  a  window.
              This  allows  opening a window on a particular desk and view. number is measured in
              pixels and the screen resolution is the outline of a desk's particular  boundaries;
              where  it will then place it upon another desk or view. Combined with ViewportY , a
              window can be given geometry by afterstep and be placed in the desired desktop  and
              view.

       ViewportY number

              Specifies  the  coordinate  along  the y-axis that afterstep should place a window.
              This allows opening a window on a particular desk and view. number is  measured  in
              pixels  and the screen resolution is the outline of a desk's particular boundaries;
              where it will then place it upon another desk or view. Combined with ViewportX ,  a
              window  can be given geometry by afterstep and be placed in the desired desktop and
              view.

       WindowBox "window_box_name"

              Requires AfterStep to use the specified WindowBox for placement of this window.

        WindowListHit

              Specifies that the app name will be shown on both the internal Window List (default
              click  of  mouse  buttons 2 & 3 on the root window), and the WinList(1) module bar.
              This is the default implicitly for all windows.

        WindowListSkip

              Specifies that the app name will be omitted from  both  the  internal  Window  List
              (default  click  of  mouse  buttons  2  & 3 on the root window), and the WinList(1)
              module bar. The default is WindowListHit implicitly for all windows.

       WindowOpacity

              FIXME: add proper description here.