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.TH CMatrix 1 "Mon May 3 1999"
.SH NAME
CMatrix \- simulates the display from "The Matrix"
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B cmatrix
[\-abBflohnsVx] [\-u update] [\-C color]
.SH DESCRIPTION
Shows a scrolling 'Matrix' like screen in Linux
.SS OPTIONS
.TP
.I "\-a"
Asynchronous scroll
.TP
.I "\-b"
Bold characters on
.TP
.I "\-B"
All bold characters (overrides \-b)
.TP
.I "\-f"
Force the linux $TERM type to be on
.TP
.I "\-l"
Linux mode (sets "matrix.fnt" font in console)
.TP
.I "\-o"
Use old-style scrolling
.TP
.I "\-h, \-?"
Print usage and exit
.TP
.I "\-n"
No bold characters (overrides \-b and \-B)
.TP
.I "\-s"
"Screensaver" mode, exits on first keystroke
.TP
.I "\-x"
X window mode, use if your xterm is using mtx.pcf
.TP
.I "\-V"
Print version information and exit
.TP
.I "\-u delay"
Screen update delay 0 - 9, default 4
.TP
.I "\-C color"
Use this color for matrix (default green). 
Valid colors are green, red, blue, white, yellow, cyan, magenta and black.
.SS KEYSTROKES
The following keystrokes are available during execution (unavailable in
\-s mode)
.TP
.I "a"
Toggle asynchronous scroll
.TP
.I "b"
Random bold characters
.TP
.I "B"
All bold characters
.TP
.I "n"
Turn off bold characters
.TP
.I "0\-9"
Adjust update speed
.TP
.I "! @ # $ % ^ & )"
Change the color of the matrix to the corresponding color:
! \- red, @ \- green, # \- yellow, $ \- blue, % \- magenta, ^ \- cyan,
& \- white, ) \- black.
.TP
.I "q"
Quit the program
.SH BUGS
This program is very CPU intensive.  Don't be surprised if it eats up over
40% of your CPU at times.
.SH HOMEPAGE
The CMatrix homepage is currently at
http://www.asty.org/cmatrix.
.SH AUTHORS
Chris Allegretta (chrisa@asty.org), with a lot of help from many other
people. See README file for details.