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slurp(1)		    General Commands Manual		      slurp(1)

NAME
       slurp - select a	region in a Wayland compositor

DESCRIPTION
       slurp [options...]

SYNOPSIS
       slurp is	a command-line utility to select a region from Wayland compos-
       itors which support the layer-shell protocol. It	lets the user hold the
       pointer to select, or click to cancel the selection.

       If the standard input is	not a TTY, slurp will read a list of prede-
       fined rectangles	for quick selection. Each line must be in the form
       "<x>,<y>	<width>x<height>".

OPTIONS
       -h
	   Show	help message and quit.

       -d
	   Display dimensions of selection.

       -b color
	   Set background color. See COLORS for	more detail.

       -c color
	   Set border color. See COLORS	for more detail.

       -s color
	   Set selection color.	See COLORS for more detail.

       -w weight
	   Set border weight.

       -f format
	   Set format. See FORMAT for more detail.

       -p
	   Select a single pixel instead of a rectangle. This mode ignores any
	   predefined rectangles read from the standard	input.

COLORS
       Colors may be specified in #RRGGBB or #RRGGBBAA format. The # is	op-
       tional.

FORMAT
       Interpreted sequences are:

       %x   The	x-coordinate of	the selection

       %y   The	y-coordinate of	the selection

       %w   The	width of the selection

       %h   The	height of the selection

       The default format is "%x,%y %wx%h".

AUTHORS
       Maintained by Simon Ser <contact@emersion.fr>, who is assisted by other
       open-source contributors. For more information about slurp development,
       see https://github.com/emersion/slurp.

				  2020-08-28			      slurp(1)

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