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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       oclock - round X clock

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       oclock [-option...]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       choose  a different color for the both hands and the jewel
       of the clock choose a different color for the  background.
       choose  a  different  color  for  the  jewel on the clock.
       choose a different color for the minute hand of the clock.
       choose  a  different color for the hour hand of the clock.
       selects an appropriate level of backing store.  define the
       initial  window  geometry; see X(1X).  specify the display
       to use; see X(1X).  choose a different color for the  window
  border.  choose a different width for the window border.
  As the Clock widget changes its border around  quite
       a  bit,  this  is  most  usefully set to zero.  causes the
       clock to use the Shape extension to create an oval window.
       This is the default unless the shapeWindow resource is set
       to false.  causes the clock  to  not  reshape  itself  and
       ancestors to exactly fit the outline of the clock.  causes
       the clock to consist only of the jewel, the hands, and the

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The  oclock program simply displays the current time on an
       analog display.

COLORS    [Toc]    [Back]

       If you would like your clock  to  be  viewable  in  color,
       include the following in the #ifdef COLOR section you read
       with xrdb: *customization:                 -color

       This will cause oclock to pick up the colors in  the  appdefaults
  color  customization  file: <XRoot>/lib/X11/appdefaults/Clock-color.
 Below are the default colors:

       Clock*Background:  grey  Clock*BorderColor:   light   blue
       Clock*hour:  yellow Clock*jewel: yellow Clock*minute: yellow

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       X(1X), X Toolkit documentation

AUTHOR    [Toc]    [Back]

       Keith Packard, MIT X Consortium

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