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MARCO-THEME-VIEWER(1)	    General Commands Manual	 MARCO-THEME-VIEWER(1)

NAME
       marco-theme-viewer - Marco Theme	Previewer

SYNOPSIS
       marco-theme-viewer [THEME]

DESCRIPTION
       marco-theme-viewer allows you to	preview	any installed Marco theme.

       When  designing	a  new	Marco theme, you can use marco-theme-viewer to
       benchmark the performance of a window frame, and	to preview  it	around
       different types of windows in various mock scenarios.

USAGE
       Usage of	marco-theme-viewer is fairly simple.
       Just call marco-theme-viewer followed by	the Name of any	valid Marco or
       Metacity	theme installed	in "~/.themes" or "/usr/share/themes".
       It is case-sensitive.

EXAMPLE
       marco-theme-viewer Crux
	   Preview the Crux theme if it	is installed.

FILES
       ~/.themes
	   user	themes directory

       /usr/share/themes
	   system themes directory

       /usr/share/themes/*/metacity-1/metacity-theme-1.xml
	 OR
       /usr/share/themes/*/marco-1/marco-theme-1.xml
	   theme specification files

BUGS
   Should you encounter	any bugs, they may be reported at:
       http://github.com/mate-desktop/marco/issues

AUTHORS
   This	Man Page has been updated/re-written for the MATE Desktop  Environment
       by:
       Adam Erdman <hekel@archlinux.info> (2014)

HISTORY
   Portions  of	 this manpage were originally written for the Debian GNU/Linux
       system by:
       Jose M. Moya <josem@die.upm.es> (2004)

SEE ALSO
   Further  information	 may  also  be	available  at:	http://wiki.mate-desk-
       top.org/docs
       marco(1), marco-message(1), marco-window-demo(1)

MATE Desktop Environment	9 February 2014		 MARCO-THEME-VIEWER(1)

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