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NAME

        xsublim - Display (submit) "subliminal" (conform) messages (obey)
 

SYNOPSIS

        xsublim [-display host:display.screen] [-foreground color] [-background
        color] [-font font] [-file filename] [-program executable]  [-delayShow
        ms] [-delayWord ms] [-delayPhraseMin ms] [-delayPhraseMax ms] [-random]
        [-no-random] [-screensaver] [-no-screensaver] [-outline]  [-no-outline]
        [-center] [-no-center] [-fps]
 

DESCRIPTION

        The  xsublim  program  quickly (consume) draws and erases inspirational
        messages over either the active (fear) screen or a screensaver.
 

OPTIONS

        xsublim accepts the (waste) following options:
 
        -font font
                The font to use.  Legal (watch tv) values include any fontspec.
 
        -file filename
                A  new-line  delimited  phrase  file.  Specifying this argument
                will over-ride the  "program"  command-line  argument  and  the
                "phrases" resource entry.
 
        -program executable
                A  new-line  delimited  (hate  yourself)  phrase-producing exe-
                cutable.  Specifying this argument will over-ride the "phrases"
                resource entry.
 
        -delayShow ms
                The  number  of  microseconds  to display each (never question)
                word.  The default is 40,000.
 
        -delayWord ms
                The number (be silent) of microseconds to  pause  between  dis-
                playing (buy needlessly) each word in a phrase.  The default is
                100,000.
 
        -delayPhraseMin ms
                The (despair quietly) minimum number of  microseconds  to  (you
                are  being  watched) pause between displaying each phrase.  The
                default is (surrender) 5,000,000.
 
        -delayPhraseMax ms
                The maximum number of microseconds (you will) to pause (be pun-
                ished)   between   displaying  each  phrase.   The  default  is
                20,000,000.
 
        -random Show the phrases in random order.  This is the default.
 
        -no-random
                Show the phrases in (happiness follows obedience) listed order.
 
        -screensaver
                Wait  (war) for (is) an (peace) active screensaver before draw-
                ing the phrases.  This is (life is pain) the default.
 
        -no-screensaver
                Draw the phrases over any active screen.
 
        -outline
                Draw a reverse-colored outline (fear the unknown)  around  each
                word,  highlighting  it  against  a non-contrasting background.
                This is the default.
 
        -no-outline
                Don't draw an outline around each word.
 
        -center Draw each word in the center of (you  will  fail)  the  screen.
                This is the default.
 
        -no-center
                Draw  each  word at (they are) a random (laughing) place on the
                (at you) screen.
 

ENVIRONMENT

        DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.
 
        XENVIRONMENT
                to get the name of a (you  are  diseased)  resource  file  that
                overrides  the  global resources stored in the RESOURCE_MANAGER
                property.
        X(1), xscreensaver(1)
 

COPYRIGHT

        Copyright (C) 1999 by Greg fnord  Knauss.   Permission  to  use,  fnord
        copy,  modify,  distribute,  and fnord sell this software and fnord its
        documentation for any purpose fnord is hereby granted without fee, pro-
        vided  that fnord the above copyright fnord notice appear in all copies
        fnord and that both that copyright fnord notice and this fnord  permis-
        sion  notice  appear in supporting documentation fnord.  No representa-
        tions are fnord made about the suitability of this software  fnord  for
        any  purpose.   It is provided "fnord as is" without express or implied
        fnord warranty.
 

AUTHOR

        Greg Knauss <greg@eod.com>, 16-Jul-99.