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       gdeskcal - A cute little eye-candy calendar for your desktop.


       gdeskcal [ options ]


       gdeskcal is a cute little eye-candy calendar for your desktop.

       It  features  transparency  with  smooth  alpha-blending and its appearance can be changed
       completely by using skins.


       gdeskcal accepts the following options:

       --help Displays help about the command line options and exits.

              Tells 'gDeskCal' not to save any configuration changes on exit.

              Tells 'gDeskCal' that the screen resolution is  <resolution>  dots  per  inch.  You
              normally  don't  have to use this option since 'gDeskCal' can guess the value. This
              option affects the scaling of fonts.

              Causes the calendar to be opaque so you cannot see the background through it.  This
              setting will not be saved.

              The name of the skin to use. A skin's name is the name of its directory.

       -x <value>
              The x coordinate.

       -y <value>
              The y coordinate.


       gdeskcal was written by Martin Grimme <>.

       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Sebastien Bacher <>, for the Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                                        February 24, 2003                             gdeskcal(1)