dxkbledpanel - Present an on-screen display of keyboard indicators.
mask is a bitmask where each bit corresponds to one of the thirty-two
available keyboard indicators. If -watch is used, dxkbledpanel will
only display the indicators specified by mask.
-automatic instructs dxkbledpanel to omit automatic XKB indicators from
the display. +automatic instructs dxkbledpanel to include automatic
XKB indicators in the display.
-explicit instructs dxkbledpanel to omit explicit XKB indicators from
the display. +explicit instructs dxkbledpanel to include explicit XKB
indicators in the display.
-named instructs dxkbledpanel to omit named XKB indicators from the
display. +named instructs dxkbledpanel to include named XKB indicators
in the display.
-real instructs dxkbledpanel to omit real XKB indicators from the
display. +real instructs dxkbledpanel to include real XKB indicators
in the display.
-virtual instructs dxkbledpanel to omit virtual XKB indicators from the
display. +virtual instructs dxkbledpanel to include virtual XKB indi-
cators in the display.
-intersection instructs dxkbledpanel to only present the indicators
that meet each of the requirements specified by the above options.
-union instructs dxkbledpanel to present the indicators that meet any
of the requirements specified by the above
The default set of options is -intersection +named +virtual.
The dxkbledpanel command is meant to be a replacement for the kb_indicator
application. If XKB is active in the server, the dxkbledpanel command
presents an on-screen display of keyboard indicators. Each of the
indicators is represented by a toggle button. Pressing on the toggle but-
ton will change the state of the indicator as well as the modifier, con-
trol, or group state flagged by the indicator. See the XKB library specif-
ication for more information on modifier, control, and group state.
Commands: xkbcomp(1X), kb_indicator(1X)