Fix a typo: laucnd instead of launchd

Signed-off-by: Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia's avatarJeremy Huddleston <jeremyhu@apple.com>
parent a558a66d
......@@ -16,72 +16,72 @@ OS X handles the desktop background.
.SH CUSTOMIZATION
\fIXquartz\fP can be customized using the defaults(1) command. The available options are:
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 enable_fake_buttons -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 enable_fake_buttons -boolean true
Emulates a 3 button mouse using modifier keys. By default, the Command modifier
is used to emulate button 2 and Option is used for button 3. Thus, clicking the
first mouse button while holding down Command will act like clicking
button 2. Holding down Option will simulate button 3.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 fake_button2 \fImodifiers\fP
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 fake_button2 \fImodifiers\fP
Change the modifier keys used to emulate the second mouse button. By default,
Command is used to emulate the second button. Any combination of the following
modifier names may be used: {l,r,}shift, {l,r,}option, {l,r,}control, {l,r,}command, fn
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 fake_button3 \fImodifiers\fP
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 fake_button3 \fImodifiers\fP
Change the modifier keys used to emulate the second mouse button. By default,
Command is used to emulate the second button. Any combination of the following
modifier names may be used: {l,r,}shift, {l,r,}option, {l,r,}control, {l,r,}command, fn
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 fullscreen_hotkeys -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 fullscreen_hotkeys -boolean true
Enable OSX hotkeys while in fullscreen
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 fullscreen_menu -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 fullscreen_menu -boolean true
Show the OSX menu while in fullscreen
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 no_quit_alert -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 no_quit_alert -boolean true
Disables the alert dialog displayed when attempting to quit X11.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 no_auth -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 no_auth -boolean true
Stops the X server requiring that clients authenticate themselves when
connecting. See Xsecurity(__miscmansuffix__).
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 nolisten_tcp -boolean false
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 nolisten_tcp -boolean false
This will tell the server to listen and accept TCP connections. Doing this without enabling
xauth is a possible security concern. See Xsecurity(__miscmansuffix__).
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 enable_system_beep -boolean false
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 enable_system_beep -boolean false
Don't use the standard system beep effect for X11 alerts.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 enable_key_equivalents -boolean false
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 enable_key_equivalents -boolean false
Disable menu keyboard equivalents while X11 windows are focused.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 depth \fIdepth\fP
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 depth \fIdepth\fP
Specifies the color bit depth to use. Currently only 15, and 24 color
bits per pixel are supported. If not specified, or a value of -1 is specified,
defaults to the depth of the main display.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 sync_keymap -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 sync_keymap -boolean true
Keep the X11 keymap up to date with the OSX system keymap.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 option_sends_alt -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 option_sends_alt -boolean true
The Option key will send Alt_L and Alt_R instead of Mode_switch.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 sync_pasteboard -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 sync_pasteboard -boolean true
Enable syncing between the OSX pasteboard and clipboard/primary selection buffers in X11. This option needs to be true for any of the other pasteboard sync options to have an effect.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 sync_pasteboard_to_clipboard -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 sync_pasteboard_to_clipboard -boolean true
Update the X11 CLIPBOARD when the OSX NSPasteboard is updated.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 sync_pasteboard_to_primary -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 sync_pasteboard_to_primary -boolean true
Update the the X11 PRIMARY buffer when the OSX NSPasteboard is updated.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 sync_clipboard_to_pasteboard -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 sync_clipboard_to_pasteboard -boolean true
Update the the OSX NSPasteboard when the X11 CLIPBOARD is updated. Note that enabling this option causes the clipboard synchronization to act as a clipboard manager in X11. This makes it impossible to use xclipboard, klipper, or any other such clipboard managers. If you want to use any of these programs, you must disable this option.
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 sync_primary_on_select -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 sync_primary_on_select -boolean true
This option defaults to false and is provided only "for experts." It updates the NSPasteboard whenever a new X11 selection is made (rather than requiring you to hit cmd-c to copy the selection to the NSPasteboard). Since the X11 protocol does not require applications to send notification when they change selection, this might not work in all cases (if you run into this problem, try selecting text in another application first, then selecting the text you want).
.TP 8
.B defaults write __laucnd_id_prefix__.X11 enable_test_extensions -boolean true
.B defaults write __bundle_id_prefix__.X11 enable_test_extensions -boolean true
This option defaults to false and is only accessible through the command line. Enable this option to turn on the DEC-XTRAP, RECORD, and XTEST extensions in the server.
.SH OPTIONS
.PP
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......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ MAN_SUBSTS += -e 's|__logdir__|$(logdir)|g' \
-e 's|__sysconfdir__|$(sysconfdir)|g' \
-e 's|__xconfigdir__|$(__XCONFIGDIR__)|g' \
-e 's|__xkbdir__|$(XKB_BASE_DIRECTORY)|g' \
-e 's|__laucnd_id_prefix__|$(BUNDLE_ID_PREFIX)|g' \
-e 's|__bundle_id_prefix__|$(BUNDLE_ID_PREFIX)|g' \
-e 's|__modulepath__|$(DEFAULT_MODULE_PATH)|g' \
-e 's|__default_font_path__|$(COMPILEDDEFAULTFONTPATH)|g' \
-e '\|$(COMPILEDDEFAULTFONTPATH)| s|/,|/, |g'
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