xdmxconfig  -  a  graphical  configuration  tool for Xdmx configuration


   xdmxconfig [filename]


   xdmxconfig reads, edits, and writes configuration files  for  the  Xdmx
   server.   The  grammar  for  the configuration file is specified in the
   Xdmx(1) manual page.

   To start from scratch, create a "New Global" and specify the  name  and
   overall  dimensions  for  the configuration.  Then use "New Display" to
   enter more displays.

   If there is more than one configuration, the configuration name  button
   will bring up a selection menu.

   In  the  right-hand  pannel,  the  left  mouse  button  will  move  the
   highlighted display at "tool resolution"; the middle mouse button  will
   move  the highlighted display by a single pixel (at "wall resolution");
   and  the  right  mouse  button  will  bring  up  a  menu  allowing  the
   highlighted  display to be edited or deleted.  The arrow keys will also
   move the highlighted display by a single pixel.


   Currently, entries with the wall keyword are not editable, but will  be
   preserved in the new output file.  The tool will quit when requested by
   the user, even if a configuration file has not been written out  (i.e.,
   without  warning).   The  menu  interaction  should  be  improved (menu
   entries that don't currently work should be greyed-out,  for  example).
   The Help button does not work.


   Xdmx(1), vdltodmx(1)

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