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 X11/xclipboard(1) -- X clipboard client
    The xclipboard program is used to collect and display text selections that are sent to the CLIPBOARD by other clients. It is typically used to save CLIPBOARD selections for later use. It stores each CLIPBOARD selection as a separate string, each of which can be selected. Each time CLIPBOARD is asserted by another application, xclipboard transfers the contents of that selection to a new buffer and displays it in the text window. Buffers are never automatically deleted, so you'll want to use the ...
 X11/xclock(1) -- analog / digital clock for X
    The xclock program displays the time in analog or digital form. The time is continuously updated at a frequency which may be specified by the user.
 X11/xcmsdb(1) -- Device Color Characterization utility for X Color Management System
    xcmsdb is used to load, query, or remove Device Color Characterization data stored in properties on the root window of the screen as specified in section 7, Device Color Characterization, of the ICCCM. Device Color Characterization data (also called the Device Profile) is an integral part of Xlib's X Color Management System (Xcms), necessary for proper conversion of color specification between device-independent and device-dependent forms. Xcms uses 3x3 matrices stored in the XDCCC_LINEAR_RGB_M...
 X11/xconfirm(1) -- general purpose dialog box
    xconfirm displays a line of text for each -t argument specified (or a file when the -file argument is used), and a button for each -b argument specified. When one of the buttons is pressed, the label of that button is written to xconfirm's standard output. The enter key activates the specified default button. This provides a means of communication/feedback from within shell scripts and a means to display useful information to a user from an application. Command line options are available to spe...
 X11/xconsole(1) -- monitor system console messages with X
    The xconsole program displays messages which are usually sent to /dev/console.
 X11/xcutsel(1) -- interchange between cut buffer and selection
    The xcutsel program is used to copy the current selection into a cut buffer and to make a selection that contains the current contents of the cut buffer. It acts as a bridge between applications that don't support selections and those that do. By default, xcutsel will use the selection named PRIMARY and the cut buffer CUT_BUFFER0. Either or both of these can be overridden by command line arguments or by resources. An xcutsel window has the following buttons: quit When this button is pressed, xc...
 xdiff(1) -- X11/Motif based file comparator and merge tool.
    xdiff is a graphical browser for viewing the differences between two files and can be used to produce a merged version. The text of the two files are presented side by side with their differences highlighted for easy identification. The two paths supplied on the command line identify the files to be compared. One of the two paths must be a file. The other may be one of three things. Another file, a directory, in which case the last component of the file name will be appended to the directory to ...
 X11/xditview(1) -- display ditroff output
    The xditview program displays ditroff output on an X display. It uses no special metrics and automatically converts the printer coordinates into screen coordinates; using the user-specified screen resolution, rather than the actual resolution so that the appropriate fonts can be found. If ``-'' is given as the filename, xditview reads from standard input. If ``|'' is the first character of filename, xditview forks sh to run the rest of the ``file name'' and uses the standard output of that...
 X11/xdm(1) -- X Display Manager with support for XDMCP, host chooser
    Xdm manages a collection of X displays, which may be on the local host or remote servers. The design of xdm was guided by the needs of X terminals as well as The Open Group standard XDMCP, the X Display Manager Control Protocol. Xdm provides services similar to those provided by init, getty and login on character terminals: prompting for login name and password, authenticating the user, and running a ``session.'' A ``session'' is defined by the lifetime of a particular process; in the tradit...
 X11/xdpr(1) -- dump an X window directly to a printer
    Xdpr uses the commands xwd, xpr, and lpr or lp to dump an X window, process it for a particular printer type, and print it out on the printer of your choice. This is the easiest way to get a printout of a window. Xdpr by default will print the largest possible representation of the window on the output page. The options for xdpr are the same as those for xpr, xwd, and lpr or lp. The most commonly-used options are described below; see the manual pages for these commands for more detailed descript...
 X11/xdpyinfo(1) -- display information utility for X
    Xdpyinfo is a utility for displaying information about an X server. It is used to examine the capabilities of a server, the predefined values for various parameters used in communicating between clients and the server, and the different types of screens and visuals that are available. By default, numeric information (opcode, base event, base error) about protocol extensions is not displayed. This information can be obtained with the -queryExtensions option. Use of this option on servers that dyn...
 X11/xedit(1) -- simple text editor for X
    Xedit provides a window consisting of the following four areas: Commands Section A set of commands that allow you to exit xedit, save the file, or load a new file into the edit window. Message Window Displays xedit messages. In addition, this window can be used as a scratch pad. Filename Display Displays the name of the file currently being edited, and whether this file is Read-Write or Read Only. Edit Window Displays the text of the file that you are editing or creating....
 X11/xfd(1) -- display all the characters in an X font
    The xfd utility creates a window containing the name of the font being displayed, a row of command buttons, several lines of text for displaying character metrics, and a grid containing one glyph per cell. The characters are shown in increasing order from left to right, top to bottom. The first character displayed at the top left will be character number 0 unless the -start option has been supplied in which case the character with the number given in the -start option will be used. The character...
 X11/xfindproxy(1) -- locate proxy services
    xfindproxy is a program used to locate available proxy services. It utilizes the Proxy Management Protocol to communicate with a proxy manager. The proxy manager keeps track of all available proxy services, starts new proxies when necessary, and makes sure that proxies are shared whenever possible. The -manager argument is required, and it specifies the network address of the proxy manager. The format of the address is a standard ICE network id (for example, "tcp/blah.x.org:6500"). The -name a...
 X11/xfontsel(1) -- point & click interface for selecting X11 font names
    The xfontsel application provides a simple way to display the fonts known to your X server, examine samples of each, and retrieve the X Logical Font Description ("XLFD") full name for a font. If -pattern is not specified, all fonts with XLFD 14-part names will be selectable. To work with only a subset of the fonts, specify -pattern followed by a partially or fully qualified font name; e.g., ``-pattern *medium*'' will select that subset of fonts which contain the string ``medium'' somewhere...
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