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.TH buici-clock 1 21-October-1998 "Debian GNU/Linux"
.SH NAME
buici-clock \- attractive X11 clock
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B buici-clock
[
.B \-geometry
geometry
]

.SH DESCRIPTION

\fBbuici-clock\fR displays an attractive, analog, X11 clock.  Among
the many digital clocks and analog clocks with peculiar display
artifacts, \fBbuici-clock\fR intends to stand out as a stylish,
low-overhead clock.

.SH OPTIONS

.TP
.I "\-geometry geometry"
This standard X11 options specifies the position and size of the
clock; see 
.IR X (1).

.SH USAGE

What's to say.  This release of \fBbuici-clock\fR offers no
customizable features.  It has a white clock face, black markers, a
black border, and a red second hand with a circular pointer.  The
minute and hour hands are black and rectangular.  Some may recognize
the form from Swiss railway clocks.

.SH RESOURCES

Because this program doesn't use a toolkit, it recognizes only the
resources specified here.
.\".in +1in
.TP 8
.B "showSecondHand"
Is a boolean indicating whether or not the second hand will display.
Note that in the current version of \fBbuici-clock\fR, disabling the
second hand does not prevent an update of the clock face every
second. 

.SH AUTHOR
Marc Singer <elf@debian.org>

.SH "SEE ALSO"
.IR X (1)