Remove remaining iconmgr mentions in man page.

Also update README to cover changes so far.
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2019-09-28 Mike Small <>
* remove more vestiges of the icon manager
2017-12-03 Mike Small <smallm@rex.mauritania>
* src/twm.h and several other files: remove iconmgr functionality.

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Features removed...
1. iconmgr feature.
2. these configuration options: UsePPosition, SqueezeTitle, RandomPlacement, opaquemove, window highlight
DontIconifyByUnmapping, IconifyByUnmapping, TitlePadding, title button indent.
Changes ...
- title is always squeezed and the resize button changed slightly (no box).
The master development code repository can be found at:

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@ -314,7 +314,6 @@ The following example shows the default cursor definitions:
Frame "top_left_arrow"
Title "top_left_arrow"
Icon "top_left_arrow"
IconMgr "top_left_arrow"
Move "fleur"
Resize "fleur"
Menu "sb_left_arrow"
@ -661,8 +660,7 @@ Similarly, the \fIcontext\fP is any combination of
\fBiconmgr\fP, their first letters (\fBiconmgr\fP abbreviation is \fBm\fP),
\fBframe\fP, their first letters,
or \fBall\fP,
separated by a vertical bar. The \fIfunction\fP is any of the \fBf.\fP
keywords described below. For example, the default startup
@ -676,8 +674,6 @@ Button1 = : title : f.function "move-or-raise"
Button2 = : title : f.raiselower
Button1 = : icon : f.function "move-or-iconify"
Button2 = : icon : f.iconify
Button1 = : iconmgr : f.iconify
Button2 = : iconmgr : f.iconify
A user who wanted to be able to manipulate windows from the keyboard could
use the following bindings:
@ -690,10 +686,6 @@ use the following bindings:
"F6" = : all : f.colormap "next"
"F7" = : all : f.colormap "default"
"F20" = : all : f.warptoscreen "next"
"Left" = m : all : f.backiconmgr
"Right" = m | s : all : f.forwiconmgr
"Up" = m : all : f.upiconmgr
"Down" = m | s : all : f.downiconmgr
\fITwmruined\fP provides many more window manipulation primitives than can be
conveniently stored in a titlebar, menu, or set of key bindings. Although
@ -764,9 +756,6 @@ given for \fBFunction "move-or-raise"\fP at the beginning of the section.
This function instructs the X server to close the display connection of the
client that created the selected window. This should only be used as a last
resort for shutting down runaway clients. See also f.delete.
.IP "\fBf.downiconmgr\fI" 8
This function warps the pointer to the next row in the current icon manger,
wrapping to the beginning of the next column if necessary.
.IP "\fBf.exec\fP \fIstring\fP" 8
This function passes the argument \fIstring\fP to /bin/sh for execution.
In multiscreen mode, if \fIstring\fP starts a new X client without
@ -807,9 +796,6 @@ selected window. If the server supports the SYNC extension, the priority
of the client owning the window is also displayed.
Clicking the pointer or pressing a key in the window
will dismiss it.
.IP "\fBf.lefticonmgr\fI" 8
This function similar to \fBf.backiconmgr\fP except that wrapping does not
change rows.
.IP "\fBf.leftzoom\fP" 8
This variable is similar to the \fBf.bottomzoom\fP function but causes
the selected window is only resized to the left half of the display.
@ -856,9 +842,6 @@ This function kills and restarts \fItwmruined\fP.
.IP "\fBf.startwm\fP \fIstring\fP" 8
This function kills \fItwmruined\fP and starts another window manager, as
specified by \fIstring\fP.
.IP "\fBf.righticonmgr\fI" 8
This function is similar to \fBf.nexticonmgr\fP except that wrapping does
not change rows.
.IP "\fBf.rightzoom\fP" 8
This variable is similar to the \fBf.bottomzoom\fP function except that
the selected window is only resized to the right half of the display.