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MyBackground(1)		 AfterStep X11 window manager	       MyBackground(1)

       MyBackground - details how background is	to be rendered

       Align [type]

	      it will align resulting image according to type. Possible	values
	      are : 1: - align to the right of the screen

	      2: - align to the	bottom of the screen

	      3: - align to the	bottom-right of	the screen

	      0	or 4: -	align to the center of the screen  This	 option	 works
	      only in conjunction with the following Pad option.

       Cut "geometry"

	      will cut piece with specified geometry from the source image.

       MyBackground "background_name"



	      Specifies	 the  beginning	 of a background definition. The back-
	      ground can be referred to	 later	by  background_name.  ~MyBack-
	      ground ends a root background definition.

       Pad [type color]

	      will  pad	 image	if  it	is  smaller then screen	with specified
	      color. Possible type values are :

	      1: - pad horizontally and	tile vertically

	      2: - pad vertically and tile horizontally

	      3: - pad both vertically and horizontally	to make	the image  the
	      size of the screen.

       Scale [geometry]

	      scale  image  to	specified geometry. If geometry	is omitted the
	      image will be scaled to the screen size.

       Tint color

       Use type	 "data"

	      Specifies	what to	use as the root	background. Possible type val-
	      ues are :

	      0:  load image from the file. In that case "data"	should specify

	      1: Use MyStyle definition	to fill	 root.	In  that  case	"data"
	      should  specify  one  of	the MyStyle names defined in your look

	      2: Use external  application  to	set  root  background.	"data"
	      should specify command line options to this external app.	If you
	      wish to use another application to display the root  background,
	      you need to set the "--with-imageloader" flag to use that	appli-
	      cation then recompile AfterStep.)

	      Note: remaining Background options are valid only	for type of  0

	      The remaining options will perform transformations on the	source
	      image, in	this order:


3rd Berkeley Distribution     AfterStep	v.2.2.12	       MyBackground(1)


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