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WMCALCLOCK - Dockable Calendar Clock
wmCalClock [-h] [-display <Display>] [-b <Volume>] [-e <Command>] [-24] [-s] [-S] [-L <Longitude>] [-l] [-tc <color>] [-bc <color>] [-tekton] [-comicsans] [-arial] [-luggerbug] [-jazz]
wmCalClock is a simple Calendar Clock with anti-aliased text and drop-shadows.
-h Display list of command-line options. -display [display] Use an alternate X Display. -b <Volume> Beep on the hour with specified volume (between -100 and 100). -e <Command> Command to execute via double click of mouse button 1. (Use quotes if your command has white space in it). -24 Show time in 24-hour format instead of default 12-hour AM/PM format. -30 Show local time in 30-hour format. Times between midnight and 6 AM are displayed as belonging to the previous day, so the hour ranges from 6 to 29. -g Show Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). -s Show Greenwich Mean Sidereal Time (GMST) in 24-hour format. -S Dont show seconds. -L <Longitude> Show Local Sidereal Time (LST) in 24-hour format. Longitude is in degrees (- for West + for East). -l Force use of lower color pixmap to conserve colors. On displays with <= 8 bits, the low color Pixmap will always be used. -tc <color> Change color of time-field digits. -bc <color> Change color of time-field background. -tekton Use the Tekton font for time field. -arial Use the Arial (i.e. Helvetica) font for time field. -jazz Use the JazzPoster font for time field. -luggerbug Use the LuggerBug font for time field. -comicsans Use the ComicSans font for time field.
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Michael G. Henderson <email@example.com> 16 December 1998 WMCALCLOCK(1)