nal Blackbox window manager team.
bsetroot [ -display display ] -solid color
bsetroot [ -display display ] -mod x y -fg color -bg color
bsetroot [ -display display ] -gradient texture -from
color -to color
Bsetroot is a utility that can control the appearance of
the root window in three ways: Either give it a solid
color, or write a two color modula pattern to it, or ren
der a gradient texture, based on two different colors.
Bsetroot resembles xsetroot(1) in this functionality but
it supports multiple screen displays, and gradient tex
tures the same way as Blackbox or Fluxbox does. It
doesn't handle cursors etc. Bsetroot was originally part
of the Blackbox package and was carried over with the code
that became Fluxbox.
Bsetroot operates in three ways, you must choose one of
the first 3 options:
Sets the root window to specified color.
-mod x y
Creates a modula pattern. You must specify -bg and
Renders the specified texture string to the root
texturestring may be one of:
Horizontal / Vertical / Diagonal / Crossdiagonal /
Pipecross / Elliptic / Rectangle / Pyramid
Select one of these texture types, they only apply
when -gradient is specifed. You must also specify
both a -from and a -to color.
Tells Bsetroot to connect to the specified display.
-bg, -background color
Background color. Needed for -mod patterns.
Bsetroot is written and maintained by Brad Hughes
(email@example.com) and Jeff Raven (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This manpage was modified by Curt "Asenchi" Micol
<email@example.com> for the Fluxbox window manager.
0.60.3 June 25th, 2004 bsetroot(1)
Man(1) output converted with