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XFISHTANK(1)                                 General Commands Manual                                XFISHTANK(1)

NAME
       xfishtank - Fish swimming across your Root Window

SYNOPSIS
       xfishtank  [-c  <color>] [-b <limit>] [-f <limit>] [-i <mult>] [-r <rate>] [-m <num>] [-C <num>] [-d] [-p
       <file>] [host:display]

DESCRIPTION
       xfishtank is a animation program to simulate an Aquarium on your X desktop.

OPTIONS
       -b number
               Number of bubbles (Default: 32)

       -f limit
               Number of fishes (Default: 10)

       -bc color
               Color of bubbles (Default: lightblue)

       -double n
               n=1: Use double buffering, n=0: do not use double buffering (Default: 1)

       -speed number
               Speed of fishes (Default: 100)

       -defaults
               Use default options

       -nomenu Do not show interactive menu

       -display DISPLAY
               Use this display to draw in (Default:"")

       -root   Use root-window or xscreensaver-provided window to draw in

       -window-id window
               Use this window to draw in

       -h      Show usage information

       -changelog
               Show ChangeLog and exit

       -selfrep
               Output gzipped tar file of the source and exit

FILES
       $HOME/.xfishtankrc
               Settings are read from and written to this file.

SEE ALSO
       X(1), xsetroot(1x), xsnow(6), xroach(1), xroachng(1), xpenguins(1)

AUTHORS
       Eric Bina, <ebina@ncsa.uiuc.edu> (Original author)

       Dave Black, <dlbb0@amdahl.com> (Linux port)

       TJ Phan, <phan@aur.alcatel.com> (TrueColor Support)

       Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com> (man page, Debian packaging)

       Willem Vermin (adaption to modern desktops / double buffering)

3.1.1                                             December 2021                                     XFISHTANK(1)