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NAME

       fieldlines - simulation of the electric field lines between charged particles.

SYNOPSIS

       fieldlines   [--root/-r]  [--maxfps/-x  number]  [--vsync/-y  number]  [--dpms/-M  number]
       [--ions/-i number]  [--stepsize/-s  number]  [--maxsteps/-m  number]  [--width/-w  number]
       [--speed/-S   number]   [--constwidth/-c]   [--no-constwidth/-C]   [--electric/-e]  [--no-
       electric/-E]

DESCRIPTION

       From Terry Walsh (http://reallyslick.com): "This is a simulation  of  the  electric  field
       lines between charged particles. Physics never looked so good."

       Ported to Linux by Tugrul Galatali.

OPTIONS

       --root  Draw on the root window.

       --maxfps number
               Set maximum frame rate.

       --vsync number
               Limit redraws to specified number of vertical refreshes.  0 - 100.  Default: 1

       --dpms number
               Stop rendering new frames if the display is not on.  0 - 1.  Default: 1

       --ions number
               Number of ions.  1 - 100.  Default: 4

       --stepsize number
               Step length along lines.  1 - 100.  Default: 15

       --maxsteps number
               Max number of steps.  1 - 1000.  Default: 100

       --width number
               Line width.  1 - 100.  Default: 30

       --speed number
               Speed.  1 - 100.  Default: 10

       --constwidth
               Constant line width.  Default: False

       --electric
               Electric.  Default: False

ENVIRONMENT

       DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.

SEE ALSO

       X(1),

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2002 by Terry Walsh and Tugrul Galatali.

       Fieldlines  is  free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.

       Fieldlines is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but  WITHOUT  ANY  WARRANTY;
       without  even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.

AUTHOR

       Terry Walsh and Tugrul Galatali <tugrul@galatali.com>