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NAME

        icehelp - a very simple HTML browser

SYNOPSIS

       icehelp [OPTIONS] FILENAME

DESCRIPTION

       icehelp is a very simple HTML browser that displays the document specified on the command
       line.  It is used by icewm(1) internal to display the IceWM Manual and the manual pages.

ARGUMENTS

       FILENAME
           Specifies the absolute or relative path (relative to the current working directory),
           that specifies the HTML file to browse.  FILENAME may also be the URL of a website.

OPTIONS

   SPECIFIC OPTIONS
       -B  Display the IceWM icewmbg manpage.

       -b, --bugs
           Display the IceWM bug reports (primitively).

       -f, --faq
           Display the IceWM FAQ and Howto.

       -g  Display the IceWM Github website.

       -i, --icewm
           Display the IceWM icewm manpage.

       -m, --manual
           Display the IceWM Manual (default).

       -s  Display the IceWM icesound manpage.

       -t, --theme
           Display the IceWM themes Howto.

       -w, --website
           Display the IceWM website.

   GENERAL OPTIONS
       -d, --display=DISPLAY
           Use DISPLAY to connect to the X server.  If this option is missing then DISPLAY is
           read from the environment variable "DISPLAY".

       --sync
           Use a slower synchronous mode communication with X11 server.

       -h, --help
           Print a brief usage statement to stdout and exit.

       -V, --version
           Print the program version to stdout and exit.

       -C, --copying
           Print copying permissions to stdout for the program and exit.

BUGS

       icehelp had no known bugs at the time of release.  Please report bugs for current versions
       to the source code repository at <https://github.com/bbidulock/icewm/issues>.

AUTHOR

       Brian Bidulock <mailto:bidulock@openss7.org>.

       See --copying for full copyright notice and copying permissions.

LICENSE

       IceWM is licensed under the GNU Library General Public License.  See the COPYING file in
       the distribution or use the --copying flag to display copying permissions.