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NAME

       frozen-bubble-editor - a level editor for Frozen Bubble

SYNOPSIS

           frozen-bubble-editor [OPTION]...

DESCRIPTION

       This editor lets you manipulate level-sets, in which you can add, remove and modify levels
       thanks to a mouse-oriented interface (there are also many interesting keyboard shortcuts).
       The interface is very straightforward: click on the written planches on the left an right
       parts of the screen to perform the relevant actions, and on the level area to change the
       bubble color; use the "void" bubble (or right-click) to remove a bubble.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
           show command-line options summary

       -fs, --fullscreen
           start in fullscreen mode

       -ls FILENAME, --levelset FILENAME
           directly start with the specified levelset name

       -l NUMB, --level NUMB
           directly start the level number NUMB

       -cb, --colourblind
           use special bubbles for colourblind people

KEY SHORTCUTS

       The following key shortcuts are available during level edition:

       F1  displays the help dialog

       p, h, left
           previous level

       n, l , right
           next level

       up  first level

       down
           last level

       a   append level

       i   insert level

       d   delete level

       ]   move level right

       [   move level left

       j   jump to level (after j, enter level number, then Return)

       o   open levelset

       s   save levelset

       f   toggle fullscreen

       q, Escape
           quit

       During dialogs, you may use Return to accept and Escape to cancel.

AUTHOR

       Written by Kim Joham and David Joham <[k|d]joham at yahoo.com>.  Integration work by
       Guillaume Cottenceau <guillaume.cottenceau at free.fr>.  This manual page was written by
       Guillaume Cottenceau.

       Visit official homepage: <http://www.frozen-bubble.org/>

SEE ALSO

       frozen-bubble

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright X 2002, 2003 Kim Joham and David Joham <[k|d]joham at yahoo.com>.

       This is Free Software; this software is licensed under the GPL version 2, as published by
       the Free Software Foundation.  There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or
       FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.