MirOS Manual: texteroids(1)


TEXTEROIDS(1)       UNIX Programmer's Manual        TEXTEROIDS(1)

NAME

     texteroids - test your mousing skills on spinning text

SYNOPSIS

     texteroids [ -display name ][ -fn font ][ -size size ][
     text_string ]

DESCRIPTION

     texteroids spins the specified text string in a window.  If
     you click on the text with the mouse, the string splits up
     into individual letters, each of which you may then click
     on.

OPTIONS

     -display name
          specifies the display on which to open a connection to
          the Display PostScript System. If no display is speci-
          fied, the DISPLAY environment variable is used.

     -fn font
          specifies the name of the PostScript language font
          software to use. The default is Times-Italic.

     -size size
          specifies the size, in points, of the text.  The
          default is 36.

     -debug
          specifies debugging mode.  In debugging mode, all
          PostScript code sent to the server is printed out.

     text_string
          specifies the text to display.  If the text has spaces
          it must be enclosed in quotation marks.  The default
          text string is "Adobe".

AUTHOR

     Adobe Systems Incorporated

NOTES

     PostScript and Display PostScript are trademarks of Adobe
     Systems Incorporated which may be registered in certain jur-
     isdictions.

     Copyright (c) 1990-1994 Adobe Systems Incorporated.  All
     rights reserved.

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