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Xystray is a simple implementation of the freedesktop.org systray specification (a.k.a
Xystray is a simple implementation of the freedesktop.org systray specification (a.k.a. notification area) for the X Window system.
It is meant for use in simple desktop environments which do not provide such facility by default, such as FVWM. Xystray project may also run under GNOME or KDE if the default tray program is disabled.
Is very simple. Just download, untar, make and copy xystray where you like (/usr/X11/bin, ~/bin/ etc.). Then make your window manager start it automatically when you start your session.
Command line options
Sets xystray to contain maximum of n arranged in one row or column depending on -vertical option. It is a synonym for -iconcols n -iconrows 1.
Sets the number of rows to keep icons (default: 2).
Sets the number of columns to keep icons (default 4).
Sets the spacing around icons (default: 0).
Sets the size of each icon. The default value is 22 pixels. It is not recomended to change it.
Now it is useful only with -iconmax option. When used both, Xystray form its window a single column of icons.
Since Xystray uses Xt Toolkit it also accepts generic options like -bg or -geometry.
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