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NAME

       hsetroot - Another Wallpaper Application

SYNOPSIS

       hsetroot [-screens <bitmask>] [command1 [arg1..]] [command2 [arg1..]]

OPTIONS

       Generic Options:

       -screens
              set a screenmask to use.
              For example 1 will only set the root pixmap of screen 0, 3
              will set the root pixmap of screen 0 and 1.

       Gradients:

       -add <color>
              Add a color to range using distance 1

       -addd <color> <distance>
              Add a color to range using custom distance

       -gradient <angle>
              Render gradient using specified angle

       -clear Clear the color range

       Solid:

       -solid <color>
              Render a solid using the specified color
              Colors are in the #rrbbgg or #rrggbbaa format

       Image Files:

       -center <image>
              Render an image centered on screen

       -tile <image>
              Render an image tiled

       -full <image>
              Render an image maximum aspect

       -fill <image>
              Render an image strechted

       Manipulations

       -tint <color>
              Tint the current image

       -blur <radius>
              Blur the current image

       -sharpen <radius>
              Sharpen the current image

       -contrast <amount>
              Adjust contrast of current image

       -brightness <amount>
              Adjust brightness of current image

       -gamma <amount>
              Adjust gamma level of current image

       -flipv Flip the current image vertically

       -fliph Flip the current image horizontally

       -flipd Flip the current image diagonally

       Misc:

       -alpha <amount>
              Adjust alpha level for colors and images

       -write <filename>
              Write current image to file

AUTHORS

       Hyriand     <hyriand@thegraveyard.org>        Sent    bugreports    to:
       hyriand@thegraveyard.org

OTHER

       This    manual    page    was    written    by    Francesco     Pedrini
       <francesco.pedrini@gmail.com> for the Debian system (but may be used by
       others).