Man page for apt-get xpad Command
This tutorial shows the man page for man xpad in linux.
Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
Result of the Command Execution shown below:
xpad A sticky notes application for GTK+ 2.0
A sticky notes application for GTK+ 2.0.
Display version information.
Display usage information.
Hides existing pads on startup. All pads will be hidden, so unless the tray icon is present or you also specify new, xpad will exit
Shows existing pads on startup.
Toggle between showing and hiding each of the existing pads on startup.
Open a new pad.
N, no new
Prevents xpad from making a new pad on startup. A new pad would be created if xpad is already running and is run again or if there are no
old pads to load.
f, new from file=FILE
Create a new pad with the contents of a file
Closes all open pads and terminates the xpad processes.
Written by Michael Terry
September 20, 2008 XPAD(1)