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BGS(1)			    General Commands Manual			BGS(1)

NAME
       bgs - back ground setter

SYNOPSIS
       bgs [-v]	[-c] [-x] [IMAGE1...IMAGEN]

DESCRIPTION
       bgs allows you to tailor	the appearance of the background ("root") win-
       dow on a	workstation display running X.

       bgs uses	imlib2 for image rendering and rotates the images automaticly.
       It  is  designed	 for dynamic Xinerama/Xrandr setups such as those used
       with notebooks, but it works well in any	setup.

OPTIONS
       -v     prints version information to standard output, then exits.

       -c     centers image rather then	scaling	it.

       -x     switches to dynamic mode.	bgs will  update  your	background  as
	      soon as the root window changes.

SEE ALSO
       dwm(1) xsetroot(1)

BUGS
       bgs can't decide	how the	monitor	is rotated if you use xrandr-rotation,
       so it assumes the monitor is rotated clockwise.

				    bgs-0.5				BGS(1)

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