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XBANISH(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		    XBANISH(1)

NAME
     xbanish --	hide the X11 mouse cursor when a key is	pressed

SYNOPSIS
     xbanish [-a] [-d] [-i modifier] [-m nw|ne|sw|se]

DESCRIPTION
     xbanish hides the X11 mouse cursor	when a key is pressed.	The cursor is
     shown again when it is moved or a mouse button is pressed.	 This is simi-
     lar to the	xterm(1) setting pointerMode but the effect is global in the
     X11 session.

OPTIONS
     -a	     Always keep mouse cursor hidden while xbanish is running.

     -d	     Print debugging messages to stdout.

     -i	modifier
	     Ignore pressed key	if modifier is used.  Modifiers	are: shift,
	     lock (CapsLock), control, mod1 (Alt or Meta), mod2	(NumLock),
	     mod3 (Hyper), mod4	(Super,	Windows, or Command), and mod5 (ISO
	     Level 3 Shift).

     -m	nw|ne|sw|se
	     When hiding the mouse cursor, move	it to this corner of the
	     screen, then move it back when showing the	cursor.

SEE ALSO
     XFixes(3)

AUTHORS
     xbanish was written by joshua stein <jcs@jcs.org>.

FreeBSD	13.0		      September	16, 2019$		  FreeBSD 13.0

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