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    NAME
         ghostview - View PostScript documents using ghostscript
    
    SYNOPSIS
         ghostview [filename]
         or
         ghostview [-monochrome] [-grayscale]  [-color]  [-[no]title]
         [-[no]date]  [-[no]locator]  [-[no]labels] [-resolution dpi]
         [-dpi dpi] [-xdpi dpi] [-ydpi dpi] [-magstep n] [-[no]safer]
         [-[no]quiet]   [-arguments arguments]  [-[no]center]  [-por-
         trait] [-landscape]  [-upsidedown]  [-seascape]  [-[no]swap]
         [-letter]  [-tabloid] [-ledger] [-legal] [-statement] [-exe-
         cutive] [-a3] [-a4] [-a5]  [-b4]  [-b5]  [-folio]  [-quarto]
         [-10x14]    [-force]    [-forceorientation]    [-forcemedia]
         [-[no]openwindows] [-[no]ncdwm] [-page  label]  [-toolkitop-
         tion ...]  [filename]
    
    DESCRIPTION
         The ghostview program provides an X11 user interface for the
         ghostscript interpreter.  Ghostview and ghostscript function
         as two cooperating programs.  Ghostview creates the  viewing
         window and ghostscript draws in it.
    
         Don't be alarmed by the number of options.   Generally,  one
         invokes  ghostview  with just one parameter, the name of the
         file to be previewed.  If the filename is  ``-'',  ghostview
         will  read from ``stdin''.  The options provide a way to set
         X resources from the command line for a single invocation of
         ghostview.   For  that  reason, discussion of the options is
         delayed until after the X resources are discussed.
    
    MAIN WINDOW
         The main viewport is on the right side of the  main  window.
         If  the  page  is  larger  than  the viewport, there will be
         scroll  bars  along  the  bottom  and  right  edges  of  the
         viewport.   To the left of the viewport is the table of con-
         tents.  If the PostScript file has document structuring con-
         vention  (DSC)  comments,  the table of context will display
         the page labels (i.e. usually page numbers).  To the left of
         the  table  of  contents  is the menu box.  Each push button
         brings up a popup menu.  Over the menu box and table of con-
         tents  there  are  three  optional  labels  that contain the
         title, date, and locator.   The  title  label  contains  the
         document  title  found in the DSC comments.  If no title can
         be found, the filename is used in its place.  The date label
         contains the document date found in the DSC comments.  If no
         date can be found, the last modified date  of  the  file  is
         used  in  its place.  Since the title and date labels may be
         clipped by the main viewport, the date and title labels  are
         push  buttons that bring up a popup window with the title or
         date.  These popup windows also show the  ``document''  icon
         when  the displayed string comes from the DSC comments.  The
         locator shows the location of the cursor  in  the  viewport.
         The  location  is  expressed  in the default user coordinate
         system.  The locator is useful for measuring bounding boxes.
    
         Within the main viewport the mouse cursor  is  a  ``target''
         when  ghostscript  is  doing  work.  The cursor is a ``cross
         hair'' when ghostscript is idle.   When  moving  to  another
         page  in  a  document,  it  is  generally  best  to wait for
         ghostscript  to  become  idle.    Otherwise,   the   current
         ghostscript process must be killed and the overhead of read-
         ing the prologue is incurred again.
    
         Ghostview will check to see if the file  has  been  modified
         just  before  it  displays a page or when the application is
         deiconified.  If the file has changed, it  will  reopen  the
         file.
    
         Clicking anywhere within the viewport will popup a zoom win-
         dow.   The  window  is  centered about the location that was
         clicked.  Clicking with the first mouse button pops up a low
         resolution zoom window.  Clicking with the second mouse but-
         ton pops up a medium resolution zoom window.  Clicking  with
         the  third  mouse button pops up a high resolution zoom win-
         dow.  The cursor in the zoom window will  display  a  ``tar-
         get''   or   ``cross   hair''  depending  on  the  state  of
         ghostscript.  The locator reports the position of the cursor
         in the zoom windows as well as the main viewport.
    
         In the table of contents, the first and third  mouse  button
         function  exactly  as they do in a Text widget.  That is the
         first mouse button selects text and the third  mouse  button
         extends  selections.  However, clicking on a page label with
         the second mouse button will cause that page  to  be  shown.
         The  page  being displayed is marked with a '<' in the right
         margin of the table of contents.
    
    POPUP WINDOWS
         There are several additional windows that may  appear.   The
         copyright  window will appear whenever copyright information
         is requested.  The information window appears  whenever  the
         ghostscript  process  writes  to  ``stdout''  or ``stderr''.
         Whenever there is an error in the  PostScript  program,  the
         stack trace will appear in this window.  When ghostscript is
         invoked without  the  quiet  option,  informational  message
         regarding the state of ghostscript will appear in the infor-
         mation window.  The copyright and information windows can be
         dismissed by pushing the ``Dismiss'' button.
    
         The Select File dialog widget will appear when you  wish  to
         open  or  save a file.  The Select File dialog widget allows
         an X11 user to select a file by typing the path or by brows-
         ing  in  directory  listings  and selecting entries with the
         mouse.
    
         The space bar can be  pressed  to  complete  filenames,  and
         tilde is used for home directories.  All the usual key bind-
         ings can be used in the text widget, except for  Return  and
         Control-M,  which  are equivalent to pressing the OK button.
         The path can be scrolled using the large  horizontal  scroll
         bar,  or  by moving the insertion cursor in the text widget.
         The directory entries can be  scrolled  using  the  vertical
         scroll  bars,  or  by holding a mouse button down and moving
         out of the listing.  The scrolling  speed  varies  with  the
         distance from the listing.
    
         The directory entries are terminated with special characters
         that  show  the  type  of entry, similar to the -F option of
         ls(1).
    
         The Select File dialog widget is in total control  until  is
         pops  down.   No  other controls in ghostview will be active
         during this time.
    
    MENUS
         There are five buttons in the menu box.  They are the  File,
         Page,  Magstep,  Orientation,  and Media buttons.  There are
         keyboard accelerators for most of the popup menus.  Be  sure
         to read the keyboard accelerator section.
    
         File      This popup menu controls file access:
    
                   Open...   Pops  up  the  Select  File  window   in
                             preparation  to open a file.  The Select
                             File widget is in total control until it
                             pops down.  Opens the file for viewing.
    
                   Reopen    Reopens the current file.
    
                   Print...  Pops up a dialog widget to ask  for  the
                             printer  name.  Sends the whole document
                             to the printer.
    
                   Print marked pages...
                             Pops up a dialog widget to ask  for  the
                             printer name.  Sends the marked pages to
                             the printer.   If  no  pages  have  been
                             marked,  the  mark  procedure  is called
                             before printing and then the unmark pro-
                             cedure is called after printing.
    
                   Save marked pages...
                             Pops  up  the  Select  File  window   in
                             preparation  to save a file.  The Select
                             File widget is in total control until it
                             pops  down.   Saves  the marked pages in
                             the selected file.   If  no  pages  have
                             been   marked,  the  mark  procedure  is
                             called before saving and then the unmark
                             procedure is called after saving.
    
                   Copyright...
                             Pops up the copyright window.
    
                   Quit      Causes ghostview to exit.
    
         Page      This popup menu controls page access:
    
                   Next      Display the next page.
    
                   Redisplay Display the current page.
    
                   Previous  Display the previous page.
    
                   Center    Center the page in the viewport.
    
                   Mark      Mark the pages that have  been  selected
                             in  the  table of contents.  If no pages
                             have been  selected,  mark  the  current
                             page.
    
                   Unmark    Unmark the pages that have been selected
                             in  the  table of contents.  If no pages
                             have been selected, unmark  the  current
                             page.
    
         Magstep   The Magstep menu  controls  the  magnification  at
                   which the document is viewed.  The default magstep
                   of 0 implies no magnification (i.e.  the  size  on
                   the  screen  should  match  the  size  on  paper).
                   Ghostview borrows the notion of magstep from  TeX.
                   The  magnification  is defined to be 1.2**magstep.
                   At magstep 1, the document is  magnified  by  1.2.
                   At  magstep  -1,  the  document is reduced by 1.2.
                   The Magstep menu lists values from -5 to 5.
    
         Orientation
                   The Orientation menu controls the display orienta-
                   tion.   A  ``dot'' appears in front of the current
                   orientation.  The  first  mouse  button  sets  the
                   default orientation.  The DSC comments may specify
                   an orientation of Portrait or Landscape that over-
                   rides  the  default.   In  this case, a "document"
                   appears in front of the current orientation.   The
                   second  mouse  button can be used to ``force'' the
                   orientation on a document to override the DSC com-
                   ments.   If an orientation is being forced, then a
                   ``tie  fighter''  will  appear  in  front  of  the
                   current orientation.
    
                   Portrait  Set the orientation  to  Portrait.  This
                             implies  no rotation.  A portrait orien-
                             tation indicates that the  longest  edge
                             of the paper is parallel to the vertical
                             (y) axis.
    
                   Landscape Set the orientation to Landscape.   This
                             implies  a  clockwise  rotation  of  the
                             paper by 90 degrees.  A landscape orien-
                             tation  indicates  that the longest edge
                             of the paper is parallel to the horizon-
                             tal (x) axis.
    
                   Upside-down
                             Set the orientation to Upside-Down.
    
                   Seascape  Set the orientation to  Seascape.   This
                             implies  a  counterclockwise rotation of
                             the paper by 90 degrees.
    
                   Swap Landscape
                             Swap the meaning of Landscape and  Seas-
                             cape.   Most  of the Landscape documents
                             that I have  encountered  require  a  90
                             clockwise rotation of the paper to view.
                             However, there is no standard  and  some
                             documents  need  to be rotated the other
                             way.  The swap landscape  button  allows
                             ghostview  to  automatically  rotate the
                             document the right way  in  response  to
                             the   %%Orientation   comment   in   the
                             PostScript file.
    
         Media     The entries on the Media menu set the page  media.
                   Media defined in the document appear at the begin-
                   ning of the menu separated  by  a  line  from  the
                   standard media.  A ``dot'' appears in front of the
                   current media.  The first mouse  button  sets  the
                   default  media.   The DSC comments may specify the
                   page media that overrides the  default.   In  this
                   case, a "document" appears in front of the current
                   media.  The second mouse button  can  be  used  to
                   ``force''  the media on a document to override the
                   DSC comments.  Forcing the media on an EPSF figure
                   will  override  the  Bounding  Box.  This makes is
                   easy to view a figure with  an  incorrect  %%Boun-
                   dingBox comment.  If a media is being forced, then
                   a ``tie fighter'' will  appear  in  front  of  the
                   current media.
                   Here are the standard media names and their sizes.
                   The  size  is  given  as  the  width and height in
                   PostScript points.
                   Letter          612 x  792    (8.5 x 11  in.)
                   Tabloid         792 x 1224    (11  x 17  in.)
                   Ledger         1224 x  792    (17  x 11  in.)
                   Legal           612 x 1008    (8.5 x 14  in.)
                   Statement       396 x  612    (5.5 x 8.5 in.)
                   Executive       540 x  720    (7.5 x 10  in.)
                   A3              842 x 1190
                   A4              595 x  842
                   A5              420 x  595
                   B4              729 x 1032
                   B5              516 x  729
                   Folio           612 x  936    (8.5 x 13  in.)
                   Quarto          610 x  780
                   10x14           720 x 1008    (10  x 14  in.)
    
    KEYBOARD ACCELERATORS
         Most of the popup menu commands have  an  equivalent  action
         that can be invoked from the keyboard.  The popup menu entry
         must be sensitive (i.e. not grayed out) for  the  action  to
         have effect.  Here is the default keyboard binding:
    
         Q         Bound to GhostviewQuit() which  is  equivalent  to
                   pushing  the  Quit  menu  button  on the Ghostview
                   menu.
    
         O         Bound to GhostviewOpen() which  is  equivalent  to
                   pushing the Open... menu button on the File menu.
    
         R         Bound to GhostviewReopen() which is equivalent  to
                   pushing the Reopen menu button on the File menu.
    
         S         Bound to GhostviewSave() which  is  equivalent  to
                   pushing  the  Save  marked pages... menu button on
                   the File menu.
    
         P         Bound   to   GhostviewPrintMarked()    which    is
                   equivalent  to  pushing  the Print marked pages...
                   menu button on the File menu.
    
         Shift-P   Bound to GhostviewPrintWhole() which is equivalent
                   to  pushing  the  Print... menu button on the File
                   menu.
    
         BackSpace, Delete, Prior, B
                   Bound to GhostviewPrevious() which  is  equivalent
                   to  pushing  the  Previous menu button on the Page
                   menu.
    
         space, Return, Next, F
                   Bound to GhostviewNext() which  is  equivalent  to
                   pushing the Next menu button on the Page menu.
    
         period, Ctrl-L
                   Bound to GhostviewShow() which  is  equivalent  to
                   pushing  the  Redisplay  menu  button  on the Page
                   menu.
    
         M         Bound to GhostviewMark() which  is  equivalent  to
                   pushing the Mark menu button on the Page menu.
    
         N         Bound to GhostviewUnMark() which is equivalent  to
                   pushing the Unmark menu button on the Page menu.
    
         0         Bound to GhostviewMagstep(0) which  is  equivalent
                   to pushing the 0 menu button on the Magstep menu.
    
         1         Bound to GhostviewMagstep(1) which  is  equivalent
                   to pushing the 1 menu button on the Magstep menu.
    
         2         Bound to GhostviewMagstep(2) which  is  equivalent
                   to pushing the 2 menu button on the Magstep menu.
    
         3         Bound to GhostviewMagstep(3) which  is  equivalent
                   to pushing the 3 menu button on the Magstep menu.
    
         4         Bound to GhostviewMagstep(4) which  is  equivalent
                   to pushing the 4 menu button on the Magstep menu.
    
         5         Bound to GhostviewMagstep(5) which  is  equivalent
                   to pushing the 5 menu button on the Magstep menu.
    
         +         Bound    to    GhostviewIncreaseMagstep()    which
                   increases the magstep by 1.
    
         -         Bound    to    GhostviewDecreaseMagstep()    which
                   decreases the magstep by 1.
    
         U         Bound to  GhostviewUp()  which  scrolls  the  main
                   viewport up.
    
         D         Bound to GhostviewDown() which  scrolls  the  main
                   viewport down.
    
         H         Bound to GhostviewLeft() which  scrolls  the  main
                   viewport left.
    
         J         Bound to GhostviewDown() which  scrolls  the  main
                   viewport down.
    
         K         Bound to  GhostviewUp()  which  scrolls  the  main
                   viewport up.
    
         L         Bound to GhostviewRight() which scrolls  the  main
                   viewport right.
    
         Up (arrow)
                   Bound            to             GhostviewDefault()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(portrait)     which     is
                   equivalent to  pushing  Portrait  with  the  first
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Right (arrow)
                   Bound            to             GhostviewDefault()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(landscape)     which    is
                   equivalent to pushing  Landscape  with  the  first
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Down (arrow)
                   Bound            to             GhostviewDefault()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(upside-down)    which   is
                   equivalent to pushing Upside-down with  the  first
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Left (arrow)
                   Bound            to             GhostviewDefault()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(seascape)     which     is
                   equivalent to  pushing  Seascape  with  the  first
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Shift-Up (arrow)
                   Bound             to              GhostviewForce()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(portrait)     which     is
                   equivalent to pushing  Portrait  with  the  second
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Shift-Right (arrow)
                   Bound             to              GhostviewForce()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(landscape)     which    is
                   equivalent to pushing Landscape  with  the  second
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Shift-Down (arrow)
                   Bound             to              GhostviewForce()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(upside-down)    which   is
                   equivalent to pushing Upside-down with the  second
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
         Shift-Left (arrow)
                   Bound             to              GhostviewForce()
                   GhostviewSetOrientation(seascape)     which     is
                   equivalent to pushing  Seascape  with  the  second
                   mouse button on the Orientation menu.
    
    
    ACTIONS
         Most of the popup menu commands have  an  equivalent  action
         that  can  be  used  in a translation.  The popup menu entry
         must be sensitive (i.e. not grayed out) for  the  action  to
         have effect.  Here is the list of actions:
    
         GhostviewCopyright()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Copyright... menu button
                   on the Ghostview menu.
    
         GhostviewQuit()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Quit menu button on  the
                   Ghostview menu.
    
         GhostviewOpen()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Open... menu  button  on
                   the File menu.
    
         GhostviewReopen()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Reopen  menu  button  on
                   the File menu.
    
         GhostviewSave()
                   Equivalent to pushing  the  Save  marked  pages...
                   menu button on the File menu.
    
         GhostviewPrintWhole()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Print... menu button  on
                   the File menu.
    
         GhostviewPrintMarked()
                   Equivalent to pushing the  Print  marked  pages...
                   menu button on the File menu.
    
         GhostviewPrevious()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Previous menu button  on
                   the Page menu.
    
         GhostviewShow()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Redisplay menu button on
                   the Page menu.
    
         GhostviewNext()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Next menu button on  the
                   Page menu.
    
         GhostviewCenter()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Center  menu  button  on
                   the Page menu.
    
         GhostviewMark()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Mark menu button on  the
                   Page menu.
    
         GhostviewUnmark()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Unmark  menu  button  on
                   the Page menu.
    
         GhostviewSetMagstep(magstep)
                   Sets  the  magstep.   The  parameter  must  be  an
                   integer.
    
         GhostviewIncreaseMagstep()
                   Increases magstep by one.
    
         GhostviewDecreaseMagstep()
                   Decreases magstep by one.
    
         GhostviewSetOrientation(orientation)
                   Set the orientation to the passed parameter.   The
                   parameter    must    be    portrait,    landscape,
                   upside-down, or seascape.
    
         GhostviewSwapLandscape()
                   Equivalent to pushing the Swap Landscape menu but-
                   ton on the Orientation menu.
    
         GhostviewSetPageMedia(media-name)
                   Sets the media.  The parameter should be either  a
                   media defined in the document or a standard media.
    
         GhostviewDefault()
                   The orientation or media being set is  not  forced
                   on the document.  This action is called before the
                   action that sets the orientation or media.
    
         GhostviewForce()
                   The orientation or media being set  is  forced  on
                   the  document.   This  action is called before the
                   action that sets the orientation or media.
    
         GhostviewDeleteWindow()
                   Destroy the current window.  This provides  a  way
                   to implement the Delete Window protocol for window
                   managers.
    
         GhostviewDismiss()
                   Pop down the current window.  This provides a  way
                   to implement the Delete Window protocol for window
                   managers.
    
         GhostviewScrollUp()
                   Scroll the main viewport up.
    
         GhostviewScrollDown()
                   Scroll the main viewport down.
    
         GhostviewScrollLeft()
                   Scroll the main viewport left.
    
         GhostviewScrollRight()
                   Scroll the main viewport right.
    
         GhostviewEraseLocator()
                   Used to erase the locator when leaving a Ghostview
                   widget.
    
         GhostviewCheckFile()
                   Checks to see if the file  changed  and  refreshes
                   the screen if necessary.
    
    APPLICATION RESOURCES
         The following application resources may be  set  to  control
         the default behavior of ghostview.
    
         showTitle (class Labels)
                   Tells whether to display the %%Title comment.  The
                   default is ``true''.
    
         showDate (class Labels)
                   Tells whether to display the %%Data comment.   The
                   default is ``true''.
    
         showLocator (class Labels)
                   Tells whether to display the locator.  The default
                   is ``true''.
    
         autoCenter (class AutoCenter)
                   Tells  whether  to  center  the  page  within  the
                   viewport  whenever  the  page  size  changes.  The
                   default is ``true''.
    
         horizonalMargin (class Margin)
                   Tells how many pixels ghostview should reserve for
                   window  decorations  in  the horizontal direction.
                   The default value is ``20''.
    
         verticalMargin (class Margin)
                   Tells how many pixels ghostview should reserve for
                   window decorations in the vertical direction.  The
                   default value is ``44''.
    
         minimumMagstep (class Magstep)
                   Tells  the  smallest  magstep  to  display.    The
                   default is ``-5''.
    
         maximumMagstep (class Magstep)
                   Tells the largest magstep to display.  The default
                   is ``5''.
    
         magstep (class Magstep)
                   Sets the default magstep.  The default is ``0''.
    
         orientation (class Orientation)
                   Sets the  default  orientation.   The  default  is
                   ``Portrait''.
    
         page (class Page)
                   Gives the initial page to display.  This  resource
                   only affects the display of the file listed on the
                   command line.  The default is NULL.
    
         pageMedia (class PageMedia)
                   Sets the  default  page  media.   The  default  is
                   ``Letter''.
    
         forceOrientation (class Force)
                   Tells whether to  force  the  orientation  on  the
                   document.  The default is ``false''.
    
         forcePageMedia (class Force)
                   Tells whether to force the page media on the docu-
                   ment.  The default is ``false''.
    
         swapLandscape (class SwapLandscape)
                   Tells whether to swap the meaning of Landscape and
                   Seascape.  The default is ``false''.
    
         printCommand (class PrintCommand)
                   Sets the command used for printing.   The  printer
                   environment variable is set to the desired printer
                   and then this command  is  executed  using  popen.
                   This  command  should read from ``stdin'' and send
                   the file to the appropriate printer.  The  default
                   value is ``lpr'' for BSD and ``lp'' for System V.
    
         printerVariable (class PrinterVariable)
                   Gives the name of the  printer  environment  vari-
                   able.   The  default  value is ``PRINTER'' for BSD
                   and ``LPDEST'' for System V.
    
         defaultPrinter (class DefaultPrinter)
                   Gives the printer name to  use  when  the  printer
                   environment  variable  is  not  set.   The default
                   value is NULL.
    
         printPrompt (class PrintPrompt)
                   Sets the prompt used to ask for the printer  name.
                   The default value is ``Printer Name: ''.
    
         printFail (class printFail)
                   Sets the string used to inform the user  that  the
                   printer    command   failed.    The   default   is
                   ``"lpr" command failed.''.
    
         openPrompt (class OpenPrompt)
                   Sets the prompt used to ask for  a  file  name  to
                   open.  The default value is ``Open File: ''.
    
         openFail (class OpenFail)
                   Sets the string used to inform the user  that  the
                   open     failed.     The    default    value    is
                   ``Cannot open file: ''.
    
         savePrompt (class SavePrompt)
                   Sets the prompt used to ask for  a  file  name  to
                   save.  The default value is ``Save File: ''.
    
         saveFail (class SaveFail)
                   Sets the string used to inform the user  that  the
                   save     failed.     The    default    value    is
                   ``Cannot save file: ''.
    
         openWindows (class OpenWindows)
                   OpenWindows servers sometimes cause error messages
                   about  bitmaps  not  being 1 bit deep.  Turning on
                   this resource avoids the problem by not using  any
                   bitmaps.  You lose the functionality of having the
                   current magstep, orientation and media  marked  on
                   the popup menus.  The default value is ``false''.
    
         ncdwm (class Ncdwm)
                   The Xt Intrinsics has  a  bug  that  causes  bogus
                   information  in  the  window  manager  size hints.
                   Ncdwm and possibly other window managers get  con-
                   fused by the bogus information and make the window
                   extremely small.  Twm and  mwm  ignore  the  bogus
                   information.   Turning  on the resource avoids the
                   problem with ncdwm by doing things  slightly  dif-
                   ferently.   However, this can confuse other window
                   managers such as mwm.  This bug is fixed in  X11R5
                   fix-10.   You should only set this resource if you
                   have the problem.  The default value is ``false''.
    
    GHOSTVIEW WIDGET RESOURCES
         Certain resources in the Ghostview widget may be set by  the
         user.  These selected resources are presented below.
    
         arguments (class Arguments)
                   Additional arguments passed  to  the  interpreter.
                   It  is convenient to name files that preload fonts
                   here  for  PostScript  programs  that  continually
                   reload  fonts while rendering a page.  The default
                   is no additional arguments.
    
         busyCursor (class Cursor)
                   The cursor shown when ghostscript is rendering  to
                   the  window.  The busy cursor is set to the ``tar-
                   get'' by the application defaults.
    
         cursor (class Cursor)
                   The cursor shown when ghostscript  is  idle.   The
                   default cursor is the ``crosshair''.
    
         interpreter (class Interpreter)
                   The name of the executable to call to  render  the
                   PostScript.  It is convenient to set this resource
                   to the path of an alternate version of ghostscript
                   for testing.  The default value is ``gs''.
    
         palette (class Palette)
                   Tells ghostscript how to restrict the palette used
                   when   rendering.    The   possible   values   are
                   ``color'', ``grayscale'', and ``monochrome''.  The
                   default value is ``color''.
    
         quiet (class Quiet)
                   Tells ghostscript whether to supress informational
                   messages.  The default value is ``true''.
    
         safer (class Safer)
                   Tells ghostscript  whether  to  run  in  ``safer''
                   mode.  The default value is ``true''.
    
         useBackingPixmap (class UseBackingPixmap)
                   Tells whether to use a backing  pixmap.   If  this
                   resource  is  false, backing store is requested on
                   the Ghostview window.  Some X servers have limited
                   resources   for   large  pixmaps.   Also,  some  X
                   servers' backing store is much faster than using a
                   backing pixmap.  You should reset this resource if
                   your X server is one  of  the  server  types  men-
                   tioned.  The default value is ``true''.
    
         xdpi (class Resolution)
                   Sets the X resolution of the window  in  dots  per
                   inch.   You  can  use  this resource to affect the
                   main window.  Zoom windows have their  X  dpi  set
                   explicitly  in  the program.  The default value is
                   calculated from the screen metrics.
    
         ydpi (class Resolution)
                   Sets the Y resolution of the window  in  dots  per
                   inch.   You  can  use  this resource to affect the
                   main window.  Zoom windows have their  Y  dpi  set
                   explicitly  in  the program.  The default value is
                   calculated from the screen metrics.
    
    GHOSTVIEW WIDGET ACTIONS
         notify(width height xdpi ydpi)
                   The notify event is used by the ghostview applica-
                   tion  for  the locator and popup zoom windows.  If
                   the width and height are 0, the event is user  for
                   the  locator.  Otherwise, it triggers a popup zoom
                   window.  The default width and height are 72.  The
                   default  xdpi  and  ydpi are 300.  The height will
                   default to the width if  the  height  is  omitted.
                   The  xdpi  will default to the xdpi if the ydpi is
                   omitted.
    
    OPTIONS
         -monochrome
                   Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.palette:  Mono-
                   chrome''.
    
         -grayscale
                   Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.palette: GrayS-
                   cale''.
    
         -color    Equivalent   to   setting    ``*Ghostview.palette:
                   Color''.
    
         -title    Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.showTitle:
                   True''.
    
         -notitle  Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.showTitle:
                   False''.
    
         -date     Equivalent   to   setting    ``Ghostview.showDate:
                   True''.
    
         -nodate   Equivalent   to   setting    ``Ghostview.showDate:
                   False''.
    
         -locator  Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.showLocator:
                   True''.
    
         -nolocator
                   Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.showLocator:
                   False''.
    
         -labels   Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.Labels: True''.
    
         -nolabels Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.Labels: False''.
         -resolution dpi
                   Equivalent  to  setting   ``*Ghostview.Resolution:
                   dpi''.
    
         -dpi dpi  Equivalent  to  setting   ``*Ghostview.Resolution:
                   dpi''.
    
         -xdpi dpi Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.xdpi: dpi''.
    
         -ydpi dpi Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.ydpi: dpi''.
    
         -magstep magstep
                   Equivalent to  setting  ``Ghostview.magstep:  mag-
                   step''.
    
         -safer    Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.safer: True''.
    
         -nosafer  Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.safer: False''.
    
         -quiet    Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.quiet: True''.
    
         -noquiet  Equivalent to setting ``*Ghostview.quiet: False''.
    
         -arguments arguments
                   Equivalent  to   setting   ``*Ghostview.arguments:
                   arguments''.
    
         -center   Equivalent  to   setting   ``Ghostview.autoCenter:
                   True''.
    
         -nocenter Equivalent  to   setting   ``Ghostview.autoCenter:
                   False''.
    
         -portrait Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.orientation:
                   Portrait''.
    
         -landscape
                   Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.orientation:
                   Landscape''.
    
         -upsidedown
                   Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.orientation:
                   Upside-down''.
    
         -seascape Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.orientation:
                   Seascape''.
    
         -swap     Equivalent to  setting  ``Ghostview.swapLandscape:
                   True''.
    
         -noswap   Equivalent to  setting  ``Ghostview.swapLandscape:
                   False''.
    
         -letter   Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Letter''.
    
         -tabloid  Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Tabloid''.
    
         -ledger   Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Ledger''.
    
         -legal    Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Legal''.
    
         -statement
                   Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Statement''.
    
         -executive
                   Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.pageMedia:  Exe-
                   cutive''.
    
         -a3       Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.pageMedia: A3''.
    
         -a4       Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.pageMedia: A4''.
    
         -a5       Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.pageMedia: A5''.
    
         -b4       Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.pageMedia: B4''.
    
         -b5       Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.pageMedia: B5''.
    
         -folio    Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Folio''.
    
         -quarto   Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   Quarto''.
    
         -10x14    Equivalent   to   setting   ``Ghostview.pageMedia:
                   10x14''.
    
         -force    Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.Force: True''.
    
         -forceorientation
                   Equivalent               to                setting
                   ``Ghostview.forceOrientation: True''.
    
         -forcemedia
                   Equivalent to setting  ``Ghostview.forcePageMedia:
                   True''.
    
         -openwindows
                   Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.openWindows:
                   True''.
    
         -noopenwindows
                   Equivalent  to  setting   ``Ghostview.openWindows:
                   False''.
    
         -ncdwm    Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.ncdwm: True''.
    
         -noncdwm  Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.ncdwm: False''.
    
         -page label
                   Equivalent to setting ``Ghostview.page: label''.
    
    WIDGET HIERARCHY
         The hierarchy of the ghostview application:
    
         Ghostview  ghostview
              Form  form
                   MenuButton  titleButton
                        SimpleMenu  menu
                             SmeBSB  title
                   MenuButton  dateButton
                        SimpleMenu  menu
                             SmeBSB  date
                   Label  locator
                   Box  box
                        MenuButton  fileButton
                             SimpleMenu  menu
                                  SmeBSB  open
                                  SmeBSB  reopen
                                  SmeBSB  printwhole
                                  SmeBSB  printmarked
                                  SmeBSB  save
                                  SmeLine  line
                                  SmeBSB  copyright
                                  SmeBSB  quit
                        MenuButton  pageButton
                             SimpleMenu  menu
                                  SmeBSB  next
                                  SmeBSB  show
                                  SmeBSB  prev
                                  SmeLine  line
                                  SmeBSB  center
                                  SmeLine  line
                                  SmeBSB  mark
                                  SmeBSB  unmark
                        MenuButton  magstepButton
                             SimpleMenu  menu
                                  SmeBSB  -5
                                  SmeBSB  -4
                                  SmeBSB  -3
                                  SmeBSB  -2
                                  SmeBSB  -1
                                  SmeBSB  0
                                  SmeBSB  1
                                  SmeBSB  2
                                  SmeBSB  3
                                  SmeBSB  4
                                  SmeBSB  5
                        MenuButton  orientationButton
                             SimpleMenu  menu
                                  SmeBSB  portrait
                                  SmeBSB  landscape
                                  SmeBSB  upsidedown
                                  SmeBSB  seascape
                                  SmeLine  line
                                  SmeBSB  swap
                        MenuButton  pagemediaButton
                             SimpleMenu  menu
                                  SmeBSB  Letter
                                  SmeBSB  Tabloid
                                  SmeBSB  Ledger
                                  SmeBSB  Legal
                                  SmeBSB  Statement
                                  SmeBSB  Executive
                                  SmeBSB  A3
                                  SmeBSB  A4
                                  SmeBSB  A5
                                  SmeBSB  B4
                                  SmeBSB  B5
                                  SmeBSB  Folio
                                  SmeBSB  Quarto
                                  SmeBSB  10x14
                   Text  toc
                   Viewport  pageview
                        Core  clip
                        Ghostview  page
                        Scrollbar  horizontal
                        Scrollbar  vertical
              TopLevelShell  information
                   Form  form
                        Text  text
                        Command  dismiss
              TopLevelShell  copyright
                   Form  form
                        Text  text
                        Command  dismiss
              TransientShell  popup
                   Form  dialog
                        Label  prompt
                        Text  response
                        Command  okay
                        Command  cancel
              TopLevelShell  zoom
                   Form  form
                        Ghostview  page
                        Command  dismiss
    
         The hierarchy of the Select File dialog box:
    
         TransientShell  selFile
              Form  selFileForm
                   Label  selFilePrompt
                   Text  selFileField
                   Scrollbar  selFileHScroll
                   Composite  selFileList1
                        Scrollbar  selFileVScroll
                        Scrollbar  selFileHScroll
                   Composite  selFileList2
                        Scrollbar  selFileVScroll
                        Scrollbar  selFileHScroll
                   Composite  selFileList3
                        Scrollbar  selFileVScroll
                        Scrollbar  selFileHScroll
                   Command  selFileOK
                   Command  selFileCancel
    
    ENVIRONMENT
         LPDEST    The LPDEST environment variable gives the  default
                   printer destination on System V.
    
         PRINTER   The PRINTER environment variable gives the default
                   printer destination on BSD.
    
    LIMITATIONS
         If the document does not begin with ``%!PS-Adobe-'', it does
         not  claim  conformance  to the document structuring conven-
         tion.  When these documents are encountered, the functional-
         ity  of ghostview is limited to giving you scroll bars and a
         next page capability.  Because there is  no  table  of  con-
         tents,  skipping  around  the  document and marking pages is
         impossible.
    
         If there is no table of contents for the document, the popup
         zoom window will always show the first page.
    
    BUGS
         If  you  find  a  bug,  please  send   a   bug   report   to
         ghostview@cs.wisc.edu.
    
    AUTHOR
         Copyright (C) 1992  Timothy O. Theisen
    
         This program is  free  software;  you  can  redistribute  it
         and/or  modify  it under the terms of the GNU General Public
         License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
         version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later ver-
         sion.
         This program is distributed in the hope that it will be use-
         ful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied war-
         ranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR  PUR-
         POSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details.
    
         You should have received a copy of the  GNU  General  Public
         License  along  with this program; if not, write to the Free
         Software Foundation,  Inc.,  675  Mass  Ave,  Cambridge,  MA
         02139, USA.
    
         Author:   Tim Theisen         Systems Programmer
         Internet: tim@cs.wisc.edu     Department of Computer Sciences
         UUCP:     uwvax!tim           University of Wisconsin-Madison
         Phone:    (608)262-0438       1210 West Dayton Street
         FAX:      (608)262-9777       Madison, WI   53706
    
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
         The Select File  widget  contains  the  following  copyright
         notice:
    
         Copyright 1989 Software Research  Associates,  Inc.,  Tokyo,
         Japan
    
         Permission  to  use,  copy,  modify,  and  distribute   this
         software  and  its documentation for any purpose and without
         fee is hereby granted, provided  that  the  above  copyright
         notice  appear  in  all  copies and that both that copyright
         notice and this permission notice appear in supporting docu-
         mentation, and that the name of Software Research Associates
         not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining  to  dis-
         tribution  of  the  software without specific, written prior
         permission.  Software Research Associates makes no represen-
         tations  about the suitability of this software for any pur-
         pose.  It is provided "as is"  without  express  or  implied
         warranty.
    
         SOFTWARE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES DISCLAIMS ALL  WARRANTIES  WITH
         REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
         MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS,  IN  NO  EVENT  SHALL  SOFTWARE
         RESEARCH  ASSOCIATES  BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR
         CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY  DAMAGES  WHATSOEVER  RESULTING
         FROM  LOSS  OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF
         CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION,  ARISING  OUT
         OF  OR  IN  CONNECTION  WITH  THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
         SOFTWARE.
    
         Author:   Erik M. van der Poel
                   Software Research Associates, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
                   erik@sra.co.jp
    
    
    
    


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