Sets various options of the network editor.
neteditor options [-d desktop_name] pane1 ...
You must specify a pane name. If you don’t specify a desk name the command assumes the current desk.
For additional information see the pane command.
Desktops to operate on.
Display group dialog
Display the world tree control.
Display the side bar with shelf tools and gallery entries.
Display the color palette
Display expose flag column in list mode. This will set the column for all network types. See netcolumns command for more options.
Display operator names
Display the network overview
Sets the connection style (0 = right angle links, 1 = straight links, 2 = rounded links).
Hide operator toolbar
Split fraction for groups
Split fraction for side bar
Split fraction for tree control
Changes how the network specified by path should be displayed. The x and y refer to panning positions, and the scale to the zoom level.
Snap to grid.
Sets the grid style (0 = don’t draw grid, 1 = draw grid lines, 2 = grid points).
Sets the snapping areas. Snapping area letters present in the string will be turned on and otherwise turned off.
For example an empty string would turn off all snapping areas. The string “ae” would turn on the top left corner and the center only.
Snap to nodes (parents, children, and siblings of the node being dragged) flag.
Horizontal snap-to-node gravity as a percentage of node width.
Vertical snap-to-node gravity as a percentage of node height.
Show the network editor toolbar.
Display background image.
Zoom and pan background image.
Background image filename.
Background image quality.
Set the op name highlight option. Priorities are set from left to right.
string can be set to any of the following: