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wmsetbg

Section: Misc. Reference Manual Pages (1x)
Updated: January 1999
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NAME

wmsetbg - sets the background on the X11 display  

SYNOPSIS

wmsetbg [-display] [--version] [--help] [{-b|--back-color} color] [{-t|--tile}|{-e|--center}|{-s|--scale}|{-a|--maxscale} image] [{-d|--dither}|{-m|--match}] [-u|--update-wmaker] [{-D|--update-domain} domain] [{-c|--colors} cpc] [{-p|--parse} texture] [{-w|--workspace} workspace]  

DESCRIPTION

wmsetbg reads the specified image (XPM, PNG, jpeg, Tiff, raw PPM) and puts it on the root window. It can either scale the image or tile it to make it fit the root window. Window Maker uses this command internally to set the root window image on start up.  

OPTIONS

-a|--maxscale
scales the specified image preserving its aspect ratio
-b|--back-color
the specified color is used as the background color for the texture. Window Maker temporarely sets the background to this color while loading and processing the texture. You can specify colors using their X11 names or as an RGB tiplet (either as "rgb:RR/GG/BB" or "#RRGGBB") (reference to appropiate manpage should be here). In the later case color is a quoted string.
-e|--center
centers the specified image
-t|--tile
tiles the specified image
-s|--scale
scales the specified image (default)
-d|--dither
dithers colors
-m|--match
matches colors
-u|--update-wmaker
updates the Window Maker defaults database
-D|--update-domain
updates the specifed domain database
-c|--colors
colors per channel to use
-p|--parse
parses the specified texture as a proplist style texture
-w|--workspace
update background only for the specified workspace
--help
print a help message
--version
print version number
 

SEE ALSO

wmaker(1x)  

AUTHOR

This man page was written by Marcelo Magallon <mmagallo@debian.org>.

Window Maker was written by Alfredo K. Kojima <kojima@windowmaker.org>. wmsetbg was written by Dan Pascu <dan@windowmaker.org>


 

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