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draw circular interference patterns

Synopsis

moire [--display host:display.screen] [--foreground color] [--background color] [--window] [--root] [--window-id number][--mono] [--install] [--visual visual] [--delay seconds] [--random boolean] [--ncolors int] [--offset int]  [--fps]

Description

The moire program draws cool circular interference patterns.

Options

moire accepts the following options:

--window

Draw on a newly-created window.  This is the default.

--root

Draw on the root window.

--window-id number

Draw on the specified window.

--mono

If on a color display, pretend we're on a monochrome display.

--install

Install a private colormap for the window.

--visual visual

Specify which visual to use.  Legal values are the name of a visual class, or the id number (decimal or hex) of a specific visual.

--delay seconds

How long to wait before starting over.  Default 5 seconds.

--random boolean

Whether to ignore the foreground/background colors, and pick them randomly instead.

--offset integer

The maximum random radius increment to use.

--ncolors integer

How many colors should be allocated in the color ramp (note that this value interacts with offset.)

--fps

Display the current frame rate and CPU load.

Environment

DISPLAY

to get the default host and display number.

XENVIRONMENT

to get the name of a resource file that overrides the global resources stored in the RESOURCE_MANAGER property.

XSCREENSAVER_WINDOW

The window ID to use with --root.

See Also

X(1), xscreensaver(1)

Author

Jamie Zawinski <jwz@jwz.org>, 27-Apr-97, based on code by Michael D. Bayne <mdb@go2net.com>.

Info

6.05-3.fc38 (06-Nov-2022) X Version 11 XScreenSaver manual