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+.lf 1 info/tdeutils.kcharselect.1
+.TH KCHARSELECT 1 "May 2003" KDE "KDE Application"
+kcharselect \- KDE Character Selector
+.B kcharselect
+[\fIQt-options\fR] [\fIKDE-options\fR]
+This manual page documents briefly the
+.B KCharSelect
+KDE Application.
+This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
+because the original program does not have a manual page.
+.B KCharSelect
+one can view all the glyphs, organized by character table, available from any
+installed font. One can also assemble a string of characters by clicking on
+characters in the table. The string can be exported to the clipboard for
+later use.
+.B KCharSelect
+is helpful for determining which characters in a font have glyphs as well as
+for selecting characters that may be difficult to produce.
+This program is part of the official KDE utils module.
+.SS "General Options"
+.B \-\-help
+Show help about options
+.B \-\-help\-qt
+Show Qt specific options
+.B \-\-help\-kde
+Show KDE specific options
+.B \-\-help\-all
+Show all options
+.B \-\-author
+Show author information
+.B \-v\fR, \fB\-\-version
+Show version information
+.B \-\-license
+Show license information
+.B \-\-
+End of options
+.lf 1 info/kdeqtoptions
+.SS "KDE options"
+.TP 12
+.BI \-\-caption \ caption
+Use \fIcaption\fP as name in the titlebar.
+.BI \-\-icon \ icon
+Use \fIicon\fP as the application icon. \fIicon\fP is the name of the
+icon, which can either be an absolute filename path, or otherwise the
+icon is sought for in places according to the normal KDE rules.
+.BI \-\-miniicon \ icon
+Use \fIicon\fP as the icon in the titlebar. \fIicon\fP is the filename
+of the icon, according to the same rules as for the \-\-icon parameter.
+.BI \-\-config \ filename
+Use an alternative configuration file, instead of the default, which
+is normally located in
+.I /usr/share/config
+or in
+.RB $ TDEHOME\fI/share/config
+.BI \-\-dcopserver \ server
+Set the address of the DCOP server to attach to.
+.B \-\-nocrashhandler
+Disable crash handler, to get core dumps. This option has the same
+effect as definiting the environment variable KDE_DEBUG.
+.B \-\-waitforwm
+Waits for a WM_NET compatible windowmanager.
+.BI \-\-style \ style
+sets the application GUI style.
+.BI \-\-geometry \ geometry
+sets the client geometry of the main widget.
+The geometry parameter follows the normal X convention for geometry,
+which is on the form:
+Where \fIwidth\fR and \fIheight\fR gives the desired minimum width and
+height, of the main application window. Both in pixels. A value of 0
+specifies the default size. The optional \fIxpos\fR and \fIypos\fR
+specifies the x,y-position that which is desired for the application
+window. Specifying negative values for x or y implies that the x or y
+position is to be measured from the left or bottom screen edge,
+instead of as in the normal case, with positive values, from the left
+and top edges.
+.SS "Qt options"
+.TP 12
+.BI \-\-display \ displayname
+Use the X-server display \fIdisplayname\fP.
+.BI \-\-session \ sessionId
+Restore the application for the given \fIsessionId\fP.
+.B \-\-cmap
+Causes the application to install a private color
+map on an 8-bit display.
+.BI \-\-ncols \ count
+Limits the number of colors allocated in the color
+cube on an 8-bit display, if the application is
+using the QApplication::ManyColor color
+.B \-\-nograb
+Tells Qt to never grab the mouse or the keyboard.
+.B \-\-dograb
+Running under a debugger can cause an implicit
+.B \-nograb, use \fB\-dograb\fR to override.
+.B \-\-sync
+switches to synchronous mode for debugging.
+.BI "\-\-fn\fR, \fP\-\-font" \ fontname
+Defines the default application font. The \fIfontname\fP should be in
+the X logical font name description format XLFD. For a full description of
+the format see
+.I /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/doc/xlfd.TXT
+Note that the application might override the font specified with
+its own font.
+.BI "-\-bg\fR, \fB\-\-background" \ color
+Sets the default background color and an
+application palette (light and dark shades are
+.BI "\-\-fg\fR, \fB\-\-foreground" \ color
+Sets the default foreground color.
+.BI \-\-btn\fR, \fB\-\-button \ color
+Sets the default button color.
+.BI \-\-name \ name
+Sets the application name.
+.BI \-\-title \ title
+Sets the application title. This option might, or might not appear
+in the title bar caption, depending on the application. To change the caption, use the
+.B \-\-caption
+option instead.
+.B \-\-visual TrueColor
+Forces the application to use a TrueColor visual on
+an 8-bit display.
+.BI \-\-inputstyle \ inputstyle
+Sets XIM (X Input Method) input style. Possible
+values are
+.BR onthespot ", " overthespot ", " offthespot and root .
+.BI \-\-im " XIM-server"
+Set XIM server.
+.B \-\-noxim
+Disable XIM.
+.B \-\-reverse
+Mirror reverses the whole layout of widgets. This means that menus
+will go in the opposite direction, the scroll bar will be on the
+opposite side, etc. For a normal western layout that means that menus
+and tool bars will go from the right edge to the left, the vertical
+scroll bar will be on the left side and so on.
+.lf 48 info/tdeutils.kcharselect.1
+.lf 1 info/kdeenviron
+.SS "standard KDE environment variables"
+Language locale setting to use. This option makes it possible to set
+another language environment for a program than what is the default. The
+correct language pack for this language has to be installed for this option
+to work. The default language when there is none set is en_US. When
+deciding upon a language, the following resources are looked up, in
+order: KDE_LANG, configuration file, LC_CTYPE, LC_MESSAGES, LC_ALL,
+Assume that all filenames are in UTF-8 format regardless of the
+current language setting. Otherwise the filename format is defined by
+the language.
+If this variable has the value
+.B true
+multihead multiple display mode is enabled. The KDE display will be
+shared over more than one screen.
+Specifies the X display to run KDE on.
+Specifies and alternative path for the
+.I ksycoca
+KDE system configuration cache file.
+The default path is
+Specifies an alternative path for the DCOP server file. The default
+file is
+The session manager to use. This option is set automatically by KDE
+and is a network path to the session manager socket.
+Path to the home directory for the current user.
+The KDE per-user setting directory. Default if not specified is
+.I $HOME/.kde
+.lf 50 info/tdeutils.kcharselect.1
+.I $HOME/.kde/share/config/kcharselectrc
+configuration file.
+KCharSelect was written by
+.nh l
+Reginald Stadlbauer <>.
+Please use to report bugs, do not mail the authors directly.
+This manual page was prepared by
+.nh l
+Karolina Lindqvist <pgd\>
+for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
+The full documentation for
+.B KCharSelect
+is maintained as a docbook manual. If the
+.B khelpcenter
+program is properly installed at your site, the command
+.B khelpcenter help:/kcharselect
+should give you access to the complete manual.
+Alternatively the manual can be browsed in
+.B konqueror
+giving it the URL help:/kcharselect