xpad man page

xpad — A sticky notes application for GTK+ 3.0

Synopsis

xpad [Options]

Description

A sticky notes application for GTK+ 3.0.

Options

-v, --version
Display version information.
-?, --help
Display usage information.
-h, --hide
Hides existing pads on startup. All pads will be hidden, so unless the tray icon is present or you also specify --new, xpad will exit immediately.
-s, --show
Shows existing pads on startup.
-t, --toggle
Toggle between showing and hiding each of the existing pads on startup.
-n, --new
Open a new pad.
-N, --no-new
Prevents xpad from making a new pad on startup. A new pad would be created if xpad is already running and is run again or if there are no old pads to load.
-f, --new-from-file=FILE
Create a new pad with the contents of a file
-q, --quit
Closes all open pads and terminates the xpad processes.

Author

Written by Michael Terry <mike@mterry.name> and Arthur Borsboom <arthurborsboom@gmail.com>.

Info

June 21, 2014