Auto

Auto(1.6)                                                            Auto(1.6)



NAME
       Auto - the AfterStep window auto-raise module


SYNOPSIS
       Auto is spawned by afterstep, so no command line invocation will work.

       From within the autoexec file Auto is spawned as follows:

            Module    "I"  Auto 500

       or from within an afterstep menu file by 'Auto':

       % cat "~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/start/Modules/Auto"
            Module "Auto" Auto 500
            MiniPixmap "mini-as.xpm"

       To stop the Auto module, a menu item can be used:

       % cat "~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/start/Modules/Auto_Stop"
            KillModuleByName "Stop Auto" Auto
            MiniPixmap "mini-as.xpm"


DESCRIPTION
       The Auto module raises a window after the specified delay period from
       either keyboard or mouse focus.  It can be used as a replacement for
       AutoRaise, which is defined in the feel file.


INITIALIZATION
       Auto has no configuration file.


INVOCATION
       Auto can be invoked from the autoexec file or from binding the action
       "Module Auto" to a key-stroke in a feel file, or from a menu item as
       shown in the Synopsis section above.

       AfterStep will search through the directories specified in the
       ModulePath configuration in the base.#bpp (where # is your colordepth)
       to attempt to locate Auto.


CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
       Auto requires a numeric argument upon invocation which specifies how
       long a window must retain the keyboard input focus before it is raised.
       The delay is measured in milliseconds, and any integer 0 or greater is
       acceptable.


AUTHOR
       Frank Fejes <frank@ssax.com>
       Robert Nation
       David Mihm <davemann@ionet.net> [Man page]


SEE ALSO
       afterstep(1)



3rd Berkeley Distribution         Dec 10 1998                        Auto(1.6)