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    NAME
         oclock - round X clock
    
    SYNOPSIS
         oclock [-option ... ]
    
    DESCRIPTION
         Oclock  simply  displays  the  current  time  on  an  analog
         display.
    
    OPTIONS
         -fg color
                 choose a different color for the both hands and  the
                 jewel of the clock
    
         -bg color
                 choose a different color for the background.
    
         -jewel color
                 choose a different color for the jewel on the clock.
    
         -minute color
                 choose a different color for the minute hand of  the
                 clock.
    
         -hour color
                 choose a different color for the hour  hand  of  the
                 clock.
    
         -backing { WhenMapped Always NotUseful }
                 selects an appropriate level of backing store.
    
         -geometry geometry
                 define the initial window geometry; see X11(7).
    
         -display display
                 specify the display to use; see X11(7).
    
         -bd color
                 choose a different color for the window border.
    
         -bw width
                 choose a different width for the window border.   As
                 the  Clock  widget changes its border around quite a
                 bit, this is most usefully set to zero.
    
         -shape  causes the clock  to  use  the  Shape  extension  to
                 create  an  oval window.  This is the default unless
                 the shapeWindow resource is set to false.
    
         -noshape
                 causes the clock to not reshape itself and ancestors
                 to exactly fit the outline of the clock.
    
         -transparent
                 causes the clock to consist only of the  jewel,  the
                 hands, and the border.
    
    COLORS
         If you would like  your  clock  to  be  viewable  in  color,
         include  the  following in the #ifdef COLOR section you read
         with xrdb:
    
         *customization:                 -color
    
         This will cause oclock to pick up the  colors  in  the  app-
         defaults          color          customization         file:
         /usr/openwin/lib/X11/app-defaults/Clock-color Below are  the
         default colors:
    
         Clock*Background: grey
         Clock*BorderColor: light blue
         Clock*hour: yellow
         Clock*jewel: yellow
         Clock*minute: yellow
    
    SEE ALSO
         X11(7), X Toolkit documentation
    
    AUTHOR
         Keith Packard, MIT X Consortium
    
    
    
    


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