ASDatabase - defines how windows should be treated by AfterStep depending on its name


Style WM_NAME option[s]

The "WM_NAME" can be the window's name, class or resource string. It can also contain wildcards such as "*" or "?", which are matched in the usual UNIX filename manner. Using the standard X11 xprop(1) command at a command prompt or the Window Properties menu item entry under Desktop menu entry will return this (and other) property.

The option[s] is a comma separated list containing all or some of the keywords found in the Style definition .

If conflicting style options are specified, the last one will be used.

This file contains window properties for application windows which controls their "behavior" within afterstep .

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