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xneko(6)			 Games Manual			      xneko(6)

NAME
       xneko - cat-and-mouse chase in an X window

SYNOPSIS
       xneko  [	 -display  display ] [ -geometry geometry ] [ -title title ] [
       -name name ] [ -iconic ]	[ -speed speed ] [ -time time ]	[ -help	]

DESCRIPTION
       Xneko displays a	window in which	a cat chases your "mouse" cursor.  Try
       moving  the  mouse inside and outside the xneko window, leaving it sta-
       tionary,	moving it slowly and quickly, etc., and	watch the cat respond.

       All options except the last three above behave in the  standard	manner
       for X applications (see X(1)).  The -speed option controls the speed of
       the cat (the default is 16).  The -time option  controls	 the  interval
       (in  microseconds)  between updates of the xneko	window (the default is
       125000).	 The -help option provides a usage message and exits.

       The program was originally written by a Japanese	author as a  Macintosh
       desktop accessory (The word "neko" means	"cat" in Japanese).

SEE ALSO
       X(1)

DIAGNOSTICS
       A usage message when improper arguments are supplied.

AUTHOR
       Masayuki	Koba, 1990

X Version 11		       1 September 1990			      xneko(6)

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