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 kdocker — dock any application in the system tray


kdocker [options]


 KDocker is a program that will dock any application to the system tray


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 Suppress the warning dialog when docking non-normal windows (blind mode)
-d secs
 Maximum time in seconds to allow for a command to start and open a window
 [default: 5 seconds]
-e type
 Name matching syntax. Choices are:
  n = normal, substring matching [default]
  r = regex (regular expression)
  u = unix wildcard
  w = wildcard
  x = W3C XML Schema 1.1
 Dock window that has focus (active window)
 Display this help, then exit
-i file
 Custom icon path
 Case sensitive name (title) matching
 Regex minimal matching
 Iconify when focus lost
 Keep application window showing (don't hide on dock)
-n name
 Match window based on its title
 Iconify when obscured by other windows
-p secs
 By default, when the title of the application changes,
 a popup is displayed from the system tray for 4 seconds
 Works well with music players
 Disable ballooning title changes (quiet)
 Remove this application from the pager
 Make the window sticky (appears on all desktops)
 Remove this application from the taskbar
-v, --version
 Show the KDocker version string, then exit
-w wid
 Window id of the application to dock
 Assumes hex number of the form 0x###...
-x pid
 Process id of the application to dock
 Assumes decimal number of the form ###...


 KDocker was written by Girish Ramakrishnan
 Revised and maintained by John Schember

Reporting Bugs

Bugs and wishes to the KDocker Home Page <https://github.com/user-none/KDocker>


10 March, 2015 Version 4.9 General Commands Manual