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 xfade(1)                                                           xfade(1)
                                25 July 1989



 NAME
      xfade - xfade fade between two strings


 SYNOPSIS
      xfade [ -display connection ] [ -string string1 string2 ] [ -sleep
      sleeptime ] [ -pause pausetime ] [ -fg foreground1 foreground2 ] [ -bg
      background ] [ -p font_pattern ]

 DESCRIPTION
      xfade uses colormap double buffering to fade between two strings.  It
      requires a dynamic visual to run.  As the window is resized, its does
      its best to find a font in font_pattern to best fit the window.

 OPTIONS
      -display connection
           Connect to X server display, connection.

      -string string1 string2
           Use string1 and string2 as the strings to fade between.

      -sleep sleeptime
           Microseconds to sleep between changes in the colormap.  The
           default is 100000.  Two small a sleeptime can overwhelm the
           server.

      -pause pasuetime
           Microseconds to pause at the end of a cycle.  The default is
           400000.

      -fg foreground1 foreground2
           The colors of the two strings.

      -bg background
           The color of the window.

      -pattern font_pattern
           Use font_pattern as the font family.  The default is *times-
           medium-r*.

 SEE ALSO
          X(1)

 COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 1988 by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
       David Lemke (lemke@wirehead.sun.com)

       Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its
      documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted,
      provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that
      both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in



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 xfade(1)                                                           xfade(1)
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