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[Antiright-devel] antiright/ACE-desktop ACE.1 [antiright-3]

From: Jeffrey Bedard
Subject: [Antiright-devel] antiright/ACE-desktop ACE.1 [antiright-3]
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 05:56:17 +0000

CVSROOT:        /sources/antiright
Module name:    antiright
Branch:         antiright-3
Changes by:     Jeffrey Bedard <jefbed> 07/03/22 05:56:17

Modified files:
        ACE-desktop    : ACE.1 

Log message:
        Updated ACE.1 manual page, improving accuracy of information.


Index: ACE.1
RCS file: /sources/antiright/antiright/ACE-desktop/ACE.1,v
retrieving revision 1.2
retrieving revision
diff -u -b -r1.2 -r1.2.2.1
--- ACE.1       2 Mar 2007 03:56:07 -0000       1.2
+++ ACE.1       22 Mar 2007 05:56:17 -0000
@@ -19,16 +19,15 @@
 The ACE script can easily be modified to change the environment, 
 greatly easing development time.
-To start the environment, simply invoke ACE with no options.  
-A panel will appear.  On this panel one can launch the calculator, 
-the CD player, the file manager, the sticky note utility, the calendar, 
-the text editor, the load meter/system monitor, the terminal, the browser, 
-the image editor, the mail utility, the background selection utility, the 
-configuration utility, and the run dialog.  All button bindings are 
-configurable through the settings utility.  For example, one can change 
-the default browser, which is a lynx instance in an xterm, to dillo, firefox 
-mozilla.  The view menu allows one to access other panels, including 
-other instances of the current panel.  The
+To start a desktop session, use ACE -A AR.
+To start only the main panel, simply invoke ACE with no options.  
+A panel will appear.  Most button bindings are 
+configurable through the 
+.I Settings 
+utility.  For example, one can change 
+the default browser to dillo, links, firefox, mozilla, or whatever you happen
+to use.
 .I Administration Panel
 contains a 
 .I Secure Permissions
@@ -174,10 +173,16 @@
 Please examine the ACE file for such functions.  
 Other options will result in the printing of usage information.  
+.B ~/.antiright
+This is the antiright configuration file, which stores commands associated
+with desktop functionality.
 Written by Jeffrey Bedard <address@hidden>.  
-Report bugs to <address@hidden>
+Report bugs to <address@hidden>.  See for access
+information pertaining to the bug database.
 Copyright 2002-2007, Jeffrey E. Bedard
 This  is  free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO 

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