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NAME oneko - Creates a cute cat chasing around your mouse cursor.

SYNOPSIS

       oneko  [-help]  [-tora]  [-dog]  [-sakura] [-tomoyo] [-time n] [-speed n] [-idle n] [-name
       name] [-towindow] [-toname name] [-tofocus] [-position geometry]  [-rv]  [-noshape]  [-fg]
       [-bg]

DESCRIPTION

       oneko changes your mouse cursor into mouse and creates a little cute cat and the cat start
       chasing around your mouse cursor.  If the cat catchup the ``mouse'', start sleeping.

   Options
       -help  Prints help message on usage.

       -tora  Make cat into "tora-neko", a cat wite tiger-like stripe.

       -dog   Runs a dog instead of a cat.

       -sakura
              Runs Sakura Kinomoto instead of a cat.

       -tomoyo
              Runs Tomoyo Daidouji instead of a cat.

       -time interval
              Sets interval timer which determine intervals for cat animation.  Default value  is
              125000 and unit is micro-second.  Smaller value makes cat run faster.

       -speed distance
              Specify the distance where cat jumps at one move in dot resolution.  Default is 16.

       -idle speed
              Specify the threshold of the speed which ``mouse'' running away to wake cat up.

       -name name
              Specify the window name of cat.

       -towindow
              When  oneko  starts with this option, you must select a window by cursor.  Then cat
              appears and starts chasing the window instead of mouse.   You  can  select  another
              running  oneko  as the target window.  If root window is selected, cat chases mouse
              as usually.  When the target window is not in sight  and  not  closed,  cat  chases
              mouse as usually.  If the target window is closed, this program exit.

       -toname name
              Specify  the  window name of target to make cat chase it instead of mouse.  You can
              specify another running oneko as the target window.  When the target window is  not
              in  sight  and  not  closed,  cat chases mouse as usually.  If the target window is
              closed, this program exit.

       -tofocus
              Makes cat run to and on top of focus window.  When focus window is  not  in  sight,
              cat chases mouse as usually.

       -position geometry
              Specify  X  and  Y  offsets  in  pixels to adjust position of cat relative to mouse
              pointer.

       -rv    Reverse background color and foreground color.

       -noshape
              Don't use SHAPE extension.

       -fg color
              Foreground color.

       -bg color
              Background color.

       -cursor cursornumber
              Specify a cursos number to set when quitting. For example, 132 is the default  root
              cursor.

   Resources
       Application name is "neko"(or "tora") and class name is "Oneko".

       tora   Set ``True'' if you want "tora-neko".

       time   Sets interval timer in micro-second.

       speed  Sets distance to jump in pixel.

       idle   Sets speed threshold to wake cat up when ``mouse'' running away.

       noshape
              Set ``True'' if you don't want to use SHAPE extension.

       reverse
              Set ``True'' if you want to switch foreground and background color.

       foreground
              Foreground color.

       background
              Background color.

Notes

       While  this program uses XGetDefault, be sure to use "neko.resouce" form.  If you run this
       program as "tora", by hard of soft link, the -tora option is enabled by default.

       BSD Daemon Copyright 1988 by Marshall Kirk McKusick. All Rights Reserved.

       Sakura Kinomoto and Tomoyo Daidouji are characters in a comic  strip  "CARDCAPTOR  SAKURA"
       (CLAMP,   Kodansha),   with   the   sanction   indicated   in   CLAMP  SCHOOL  WEB  CAMPUS
       (http://www.clamp.f-2.co.jp/).

AUTHOR

       Original xneko is written by Masayuki Koba and modified to  oneko  by  Tatsuya  Kato,  and
       modified furthermore by John Lerchey, Eric Anderson, Toshihiro Kanda and Kiichiroh Mukose.

MAINTAINER

       Send questions or problems to mukose@hbar.mp.es.osaka-u.ac.jp

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