FvwmPager - the FVWM Pager module

          FvwmPager is spawned by fvwm, so no command line invocation
          will work.  From within the .fvwmrc file, FvwmPager is
          spawned as follows:

          Module FvwmPager 0 3

          or from within an fvwm pop-up menu:

          AddToMenu Module-Popup "Modules"      Title
          +                      "Audio"        Module FvwmAudio
          +                      "Auto"         Module FvwmAuto 200
          +                      "Buttons"      Module FvwmButtons
          +                      "Ident"        Module FvwmIdent
          +                      "Banner"       Module FvwmBanner
          +                      "Pager"        Module FvwmPager 0 3

          where "0" is the first desktop to show, and "3" is the last.

          The FvwmPager module shows a miniature view of the Fvwm
          desktops which are specified in the command line. This is a
          useful reminder of where your active windows are. Windows in
          the pager are shown in the same color as their fvwm

          The pager can be used to change your viewport into the
          current desktop, to change desktops, or to move windows

          Pressing mouse button 1 in the pager will cause you viewport
          to change to the selected page of the selected desk. If you
          click with button 1 in the desk-label area, you will switch
          desks but not pages within the desk.

          Dragging mouse button 2 on a miniature view of a window will
          cause that window to be move to the location where you
          release the mouse button, but your viewport will not change.
          If you drag the window out of the pager and onto your
          desktop, a full size image of the window will appear for you
          to place. There is no way to pick up a full size image of
          the window and move it into the pager, however. Since some
          mice do not have button 2, I have made provisions to drag
          windows in the pager by using pressing modifier-1 (usually
          Alt) and dragging with button 3.

          Clicking mouse button 3 on a location within the current
          desktop will cause the viewport to move to the selected
          location, but will not align the viewport to a page
          boundary. Dragging button 3 will cause the viewport to move
          as you drag. Button 3 operations are limited to the current
          desktop only.

          When iconified, the pager will work as a fully functional
          current page only pager. Windows and viewports can be moved
          within the icon of the pager. Users will want to make sure
          that they have no lines similar to

          Icon "Fvwm Pager" whatever

          in their .fvwmrc files.

          The FvwmClean program, and the concept for interfacing this
          module to the Window Manager, are all original work by
          Robert Nation.

          Copyright 1994, Robert Nation. No guarantees or warranties
          or anything are provided or implied in any way whatsoever.
          Use this program at your own risk. Permission to use this
          program for any purpose is given, as long as the copyright
          is kept intact.

          During initialization, FvwmPager will eventually search a
          configuration file which describes the time-outs and actions
          to take.  The configuration file is the same file that fvwm
          used during initialization.

          If the FvwmPager executable is linked to another name, ie ln
          -s FvwmPager OtherPager, then another module called
          OtherPager can be started, with a completely different
          configuration than FvwmPager, simply by changing the keyword
          FvwmPager to OtherPager. This way multiple pager programs
          can be used.

          You can direct the keyboard focus to any window on the
          current desktop by clicking with button 2 on its image in
          the pager. The window does not need to be visible, but it
          does need to be on the current page.

          The invocation method was shown in the synopsis section

          FvwmPager reads the same .fvwmrc file as fvwm reads when it
          starts up, and looks for certain configuration options:

          *FvwmPagerGeometry geometry
               Completely or partially specifies the pager windows
               location and geometry, in standard X11 notation. In
               order to maintain an undistorted aspect ratio, you
               might want to leave out either the width or height
               dimension of the geometry specification

          *FvwmPagerRows rows
               Tells fvwm how many rows of desks to use when laying
               out the pager window.

          *FvwmPagerColumns columns
               Tells fvwm how many columnss of desks to use when
               laying out the pager window.

          *FvwmPagerIconGeometry geometry
               Specifies a size (optional) and location (optional) for
               the pager's icon window. Since there is no easy way for
               FvwmPager to determine the height of the icon's label,
               you will have to make an allowance for the icon  label
               height when using negative y-coordinates in the icon
               location specification (used to specify a location
               relative to the bottom instead of the top of the

               Causes the pager to start iconified.

          *FvwmPagerFont font-name
               Specified a font to use to label the desktops.  If
               font_name is "none" then no desktop labels will be

          *FvwmPagerSmallFont font-name
               Specified a font to use to label the window names in
               the pager. If not specified, the window labels will be
               omitted. Window labels seem to be fairly useless for
               desktop scales of 32 or greater.  If font_name is
               "none" then no window names will be displayed.

          *FvwmPagerFore color
               Specifies the color to use to write the desktop labels,
               and to draw the page-grid lines.

          *FvwmPagerBack color
               Specifies the background color for the window.

          *FvwmPagerHilight color
               The active page and desk label will be highlighted by
               using this background pattern instead of the normal

          *FvwmPagerWindowColors fore back hiFore hiBack
               Change the normal/highlight colors of the windows. fore
               and hiFore specify the colors as used for the font
               inside the windows.  back and hiBack are used to fill
               the windows with.

          *FvwmPagerLabel desk label
               Assigns the text label to desk desk in the pager
               window.  Useful for assigning symbolic names to
               desktops, ie

               *FvwmPagerLabel 1 Mail
               *FvwmPagerLabel 2 Maker
               *FvwmPagerLabel 2 Matlab

          *FvwmPagerDeskColor desk color
               Assigns the color color to desk desk in the pager
               window.  This replaces the background color for the
               particular desk.  This only works when the pager is
               full sized.  When Iconified, the pager uses the color
               specified by *FvwmPagerBack.

               TIP: Try using *FvwmPagerDeskColor in conjunction with
               FvwmCpp (or FvwmM4) and FvwmBacker to assign identical
               colors to your various desktops and the pager

          *FvwmPagerDeskTopScale number
               If the geometry is not specified, then a desktop
               reduction factor is used to calculate the pager's size.
               Things in the pager window are shown at 1/number of the
               actual size.

               Allow the pager to display a window's mini icon in the
               pager, if it has one, instead of showing the window's

          Robert Nation
          DeskColor patch contributed by Alan Wild
          MiniIcons and WindowColors patch contributed by Rob Whapham