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kdocker — dock any application in the system tray

Synopsis

kdocker [options]

Description

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

Options

-a
Show author information
-b
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
-f
Dock window that has focus (active window)
-h
Display this help, then exit
-i file
Custom icon path
-j
Case sensitive name (title) matching
-k
Regex minimal matching
-l
Iconify when focus lost
-m
Keep application window showing (don't hide on dock)
-n name
Match window based on its title
-o
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
-q
Disable ballooning title changes (quiet)
-r
Remove this application from the pager
-s
Make the window sticky (appears on all desktops)
-t
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 ###...

Author

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>

Info

10 March, 2015 Version 4.9 General Commands Manual