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+.TH oblogout "1" "Nov 2011" "oblogout 0.3" "User commands"
+.SH NAME
+oblogout \- Logout script designed with Openbox in mind
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+\fBOBLogout\fR is a expandable, configurable, and theme-able logout script designed
+to be used in a Openbox desktop environment.
+
+OBLogout uses pyGTK/Cairo, PIL, and HAL/dbus. The code tries to remain simple
+and flexible for usage in any number of situations and is designed to run on
+desktops of any screen resolution and capabilities. If compositing isn't
+available a software rendering solution (PIL) is used instead.
+
+.SH USAGE
+\fBoblogout\fR
+
+CAIRO RENDERING IS ONLY ENABLED FOR COMPOSITED SCREENS! Rendered effects are used for ones without.
+
+.SH CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
+
+ SETTINGS
+
+ - UseHal = true/false dictate if oblogout should use HAL for it's shutdown/suspend
+ functions.
+
+ LOOKS
+
+ - Opacity = Opacity percentage of Cario rendered backgrounds
+ - Bgcolor = Colour name or hex code (#ffffff) of the background color
+
+ - Buttontheme = Icon theme for the buttons, must be in the themes folder of the
+ package, or in ~/.themes/<name>/oblogout/
+ - Buttons = List and order of buttons to show
+
+ BUTTONS
+
+ - cancel = Cancel logout/shutdown
+ - restart = Restart
+ - shutdown = Shutdown
+ - suspend = Suspend
+ - hibernate = Hibernate
+ - safesuspend = Suspend/Hibernate mix, writes Hibernate file then suspends
+ - lock = Lock session
+ - switch = Switch user
+
+ SHORTCUTS
+
+ - For each button type, define a key to use. Case insenstive.
+
+ COMMANDS
+
+ - Same as the buttons, define a command per button type
+
+.SH AUTHOR
+Andrew Williams <andy@tensixtyone.com>
+
+This manual page was written for the Debian system by
+Julien Valroff <julien@debian.org> (but may be used by others).