[Introduction] xslideshow is an image display program. It can display and animate an image on any workstation screen running an X server. xslideshow requires both Xt and X11(R4 or R5) libraries, and at least 8 bit pseudo-color device(256 color). [What's xslideshow] The main feature of xslideshow is an image animation. xslideshow switches the pictures with an image effect such as fade-in and fade-out. The animation options are the followings. slide, fade, flush, reverse, monotone, wipe, block, mosaic, shuffle, puzzle, move, color animations. For now xslideshow only displays GIF and JPEG format image files. [Compilation] 1.Has xmkmf xmkmf -a make 2.No imake cp Makefile.noimake Makefile Edit Makefile and set CC=. make [Resource creation] mkXSlideshow.ad [GIF,JPEG image file directory] > XSlideshow.ad ex. If you have a lot of image files in the /pub/images/misc and /pub/images/art directory, the command is the following. mkXSlideshow.ad /pub/images/misc /pub/images/art > XSlideshow.ad You can edit XSlideshow.ad to match your environment. [Installation] Put xslideshow in your PATH directory. ex. /usr/local/bin/X11/xslideshow Place XSlideshow.ad in the Application Resource PATH. The Application Resource PATH is defined by the environment variable called XAPPLRESDIR. ex. environment variable XAPPLRESDIR=/usr/local/app-defaults cp XSlideshow.ad /usr/local/app-defaults/XSlideshow or add the resource entry in your ~/.Xdefaults file. [Details] See xslideshow.man.