Provided by: jclic_0.3.2.10-1_all bug


       jclic - Standalone player of multimedia educational activities


       jclic [OPTION]... [FILE]


       This  manual  page  describes briefly the jclic command.  This manual page was written for
       the Debian GNU/Linux distribution.  It only contains the description of the basic options.
       For full manuals and documentation please visit: and

       JClic is formed by a set of computer applications that are used for carrying out different
       types  of  educational  activities:  puzzles,  associations, text exercises, crosswords...
       These activities are  packed in projects. A project is formed by a set of  activities  and
       one or more sequences, which indicate the order in which they have to be shown.

       JClic  is  able to play JClic projects, that should have extension * or *.jclic.
       It can also run installer macros of JClic projects, with extension *.jclic.inst and import
       packages  of  activities  made with the old "Clic 3.0" software, that have extension *.pcc
       and *.pac.

       If you want to check about how JClic projects are, you should take a look at:


              Show in a terminal some debug information for the application.

              ISO 639 code of the language used by JClic in system messages  and  menus,  e.  g.:
              "pt" to indicate Portuguese.

              Optional  ISO 3166-1 code specifying a local variant of the language, e.g.: "BR" to
              indicate Brazilian Portuguese.

              An optional variable that can be used in conjunction with the preceding two,  e.g.:
              "-language=ca -country=ES -variant=valencia" for the Valencian variant of Catalan.

              Type  of visual interface used by JClic at start. The stock skins provided by JClic
              are: @default.xml @blue.xml @orange.xml  @green.xml  @simple.xml  @mini.xml.   Note
              that  stock  skin names are always preceeded by "@". Otherwise, you must indicate a
              full or relative path to an XML file implementing the JClic Skin Schema.  For  more
              info see:

              This option indicates if JClic must play or not system sounds.

              This  option  decides if JClic will compress images in order to make it to fit into
              the cells. Default is true.

              Java Look&Feel to be used by JClic. Possible values are default system metal  motif
              and windows.  Default is "system".

              This option allows to enable or disable the sounds in JClic.

              Preferred multimedia system: "JMF" for Java Media Framework or "QT" for QuickTime.

              Name  of  the  Java class used by the reports engine of JClic, e.g.: "TCPReporter".
              Classes belonging to "" can safely ommit the package name.

              Parameters passed to the reports engine. This option can  have  multiple  key-value
              pairs inside, separated by semi-colons. E.g.:
              jclic -reporter=TCPReporter -reporterParams="path=localhost:9000/reports;user=john"
              The main parameters used by the stock reporter classes are:

   Main parameters used in the stock reporter classes
       user   User id in the reports system.

       key    A special key that will be saved in the database. This kind of keys are used in the
              Moodle module of JClic to store session values.

              Another special key that will be saved  in  the  database.  It  can  indicate,  for
              example, the type of course where the activities are being done.

       path   In    TCPReporter    only,   complete   path   to   the   reports   server,   e.g.:

              In TCPReporter only, protocol to be used to communicate with  the  reports  server.
              Possible values are "http" and "https" (since JClic

       lap    In  TCPReporter,  number of seconds between successive calls to the reports server.
              Default is 20 seconds.


       JClic was  written  by  Francesc  Busquets  <>  for  the  Department  of
       Education of the Government of Catalonia.

       This    manual    page    was   initially   written   by   José   L.   Redrejo   Rodríguez
       <>, for the Debian project,  and  continued  by  Francesc
       Busquets <> (but may be used by others).


       jclicauthor(1), jclicreports(1), jclic-libmanager(1)

                                            2015-12-09                            JClic Player(1)