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Upon startup, Apwal displays icons at the mouse pointer location. Left clicking on the icons launches applications, and right-clicking opens Apwal Editor.
Apwal Editor is an easy to use graphical interface to configure Apwal. An icon selector displays icons available on your filesystem. Several filters are available to ease the search (by extension, by size, by name, etc.).
APWAL ===== Allons Par Wangen Acheter des Lilas (advanced and powerful window app launcher) DEVEL INFO ========== edit Makefile.inc to activate debugging BUGS ==== Please tell me WISHLIST/IDEAS - NO PARTICULAR ORDER ==================================== - editor: location of the 'remove' button not really good. - iconselpref: pixmap path in red in invalid - internationalisation/lo more»
How to launch the editor? ========================= - When Apwal is running, click right on any application icon - apwal --edit How to bind Apwal on the right click with Sawfish? ================================================= Start the Sawfish Configurator: sawfish-ui Go to tab 'Bindings' and set context to 'Root window' Bind 'Button3-Click' to 'Run shell command' and set command more»
APWAL(1) APWAL(1) NAME apwal - powerful application launcher SYNOPSIS apwal [options] DESCRIPTION apwal is a simple and powerful application launcher for X based on the GTK2 toolkit. OPTIONS --edit launch the editor AUTHOR This manual page was written by Pascal Eberhard <pas‐ ca more»
apwal (0.4.5-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. Includes all Debian-specific patche more»
0.4.5 - - debian: debian/ files updated from Sam advices. - plenty of good changes have been int more»
This package was downloaded from http://apwal.free.fr/ by Sam Hocevar <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 25 Feb 2 more»