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 xneko(SIPB)                    X Version 11                     xneko(SIPB)
                              1 September 1990



 NAME
      xneko - Cat-and-Mouse Chase

 SYNOPSIS
      xneko options

 OPTIONS
      -display displayName
      -geometry geometry
      -bg backgroundColor
      -fg foregroundColor
      -title windowTitle
      -name name
      -iconic
      -speed catSpeed (0-16)
      -time updateInterval (in microseconds)
      -root
      -help

 DESCRIPTION
      Xneko displays a window in which a cat chases your "mouse" cursor.
      Try moving the mouse inside and outside the xneko window, leaving it
      stationary, moving it slowly and quickly, etc., and watch the cat
      respond.

      To exit, either click the 3rd mouse button on the xneko window, or hit
      Meta-Q

      All options except the last four above behave in the standard manner
      for X applications (see X(1)).  The -speed option controls the speed
      of the cat (the default is 16).  The -time option controls the
      interval (in microseconds) between updates of the xneko window (the
      default is 125000).

      The -root option allows xneko to operate on the root as opposed to
      creating and running in its own window.

      The -help option provides a usage message and exits.

      The program was originally written by a Japanese author as a Macintosh
      desktop accessory (The word "neko" means "cat" in Japanese).

      The capabilities to use color and to run on the root window were added
      by Dan Checkoway

 SEE ALSO
      X(1)

 DIAGNOSTICS
      A usage message when improper arguments are supplied.




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 xneko(SIPB)                    X Version 11                     xneko(SIPB)
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 AUTHORS
      Masayuki Koba, 1990
      Dan Checkoway, 1994



















































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