|gdeskcal(1)||General Commands Manual||gdeskcal(1)|
gdeskcal - A cute little eye-candy calendar for your desktop.
gdeskcal [ options ]
gdeskcal is a cute little eye-candy calendar for your desktop.
It features transparency with smooth alpha-blending and its appearance can be changed completely by using skins.
gdeskcal accepts the following options:
--help Displays help about the command line options and exits.
- Tells 'gDeskCal' not to save any configuration changes on exit.
- Tells 'gDeskCal' that the screen resolution is <resolution> dots per inch. You normally don't have to use this option since 'gDeskCal' can guess the value. This option affects the scaling of fonts.
- Causes the calendar to be opaque so you cannot see the background through it. This setting will not be saved.
- The name of the skin to use. A skin's name is the name of its directory.
- -x <value>
- The x coordinate.
- -y <value>
- The y coordinate.
gdeskcal was written by Martin Grimme <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Sebastien Bacher <email@example.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
|February 24, 2003|