When toolbar is started, it configures itself by means of the /lib/wmsetup shell script. Toolbar loads the shell sh(1), and defines the following shell built-in commands before executing the script:
The standard /lib/wmsetup script executes the script /usr/username/lib/wmsetup, enabling each user to have their own window manager configuration.
Normally toolbar packs a menu button referring to the start menu at the left hand side of the tool bar. The -s option suppresses that.
Toolbar serves the shared snarf buffer used by cut and paste in wm(1) applications, except in hosted Inferno where the host's standard clipboard system is used instead, via snarf(3). If toolbar cannot find /chan/snarf or the -p option is given, toolbar will create its own snarf buffer, private to the set of applications running under the current instance of wm(1).
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