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CHEESE(1)							   User Commands							 CHEESE(1)

cheese - tool to take pictures and videos from your webcam SYNOPSIS
cheese [option...] DESCRIPTION
cheese uses your webcam to take photos and videos, applies fancy special effects and lets you share the fun with others. It was written as part of Google's 2007 Summer of Code lead by daniel g. siegel and mentored by Raphael Slinckx. Under the hood, Cheese uses GStreamer to apply fancy effects to photos and videos. With Cheese it is easy to take photos of you, your friends, pets or whatever you want and share them with others. After the success of the Summer of Code, the development continued and we are still looking for people with nice ideas and patches ;) INVOCATION
cheese takes a list of options as arguments. Options --wide, -w Start in wide mode, with the thumbnails to the right of the video preview. --device=DEVICE, -d DEVICE Use the supplied DEVICE as the video capture device. --fullscreen, -f Start in fullscreen mode. --help, -h Print brief help and exit. --version, -v Print the version and exit. SEE ALSO
Cheese help manual AUTHOR
cheese was written by Daniel G. Siegel <>, Jaap A. Haitsma <>, Filippo Argiolas <>, Yuvaraj Pandian T <>, Luciana Fujii Pontello <> and David King <>. This manual page was written by David King <>. Cheese 3.8.2 06/10/2014 CHEESE(1)

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labelframe(n)						       Tk Built-In Commands						     labelframe(n)


labelframe - Create and manipulate labelframe widgets SYNOPSIS
labelframe pathName ?options? STANDARD OPTIONS
-borderwidth -highlightbackground -pady -cursor -highlightcolor -relief -font -highlightthickness -takefocus -foreground -padx -text See the options manual entry for details on the standard options. WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS [-background background] This option is the same as the standard background option except that its value may also be specified as an empty string. In this case, the widget will display no background or border, and no colors will be consumed from its colormap for its background and border. [-class class] Specifies a class for the window. This class will be used when querying the option database for the window's other options, and it will also be used later for other purposes such as bindings. The class option may not be changed with the configure widget command. [-colormap colormap] Specifies a colormap to use for the window. The value may be either new, in which case a new col- ormap is created for the window and its children, or the name of another window (which must be on the same screen and have the same visual as pathName), in which case the new window will use the colormap from the specified window. If the colormap option is not specified, the new window uses the same colormap as its parent. This option may not be changed with the configure widget command. [-height height] Spec- ifies the desired height for the window in any of the forms acceptable to Tk_GetPixels. If this option is less than or equal to zero then the window will not request any size at all. [-labelanchor labelAnchor] Specifies where to place the label. A label is only displayed if the -text option is not the empty string. Valid values for this option are (listing them clockwise) nw, n, ne, en, e, es, se, s,sw, ws, w and wn. The default value is nw. [-labelwidget labelWidget] Specifies a widget to use as label. This overrides any -text option. The wid- get must exist before being used as -labelwidget and if it is not a descendant of this window, it will be raised above it in the stacking order. [-visual visual] Specifies visual information for the new window in any of the forms accepted by Tk_GetVisual. If this option is not specified, the new window will use the same visual as its parent. The visual option may not be modified with the configure widget com- mand. [-width width] Specifies the desired width for the window in any of the forms acceptable to Tk_GetPixels. If this option is less than or equal to zero then the window will not request any size at all. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
The labelframe command creates a new window (given by the pathName argument) and makes it into a labelframe widget. Additional options, described above, may be specified on the command line or in the option database to configure aspects of the labelframe such as its back- ground color and relief. The labelframe command returns the path name of the new window. A labelframe is a simple widget. Its primary purpose is to act as a spacer or container for complex window layouts. It has the features of a frame plus the ability to display a label. WIDGET COMMAND
The labelframe command creates a new Tcl command whose name is the same as the path name of the labelframe's window. This command may be used to invoke various operations on the widget. It has the following general form: pathName option ?arg arg ...? PathName is the name of the command, which is the same as the labelframe widget's path name. Option and the args determine the exact behavior of the command. The following commands are possible for frame widgets: pathName cget option Returns the current value of the configuration option given by option. Option may have any of the values accepted by the labelframe command. pathName configure ?option? ?value option value ...? Query or modify the configuration options of the widget. If no option is specified, returns a list describing all of the available options for pathName (see Tk_ConfigureInfo for information on the format of this list). If option is specified with no value, then the command returns a list describing the one named option (this list will be identical to the corresponding sublist of the value returned if no option is specified). If one or more option-value pairs are specified, then the command modifies the given widget option(s) to have the given value(s); in this case the command returns an empty string. Option may have any of the values accepted by the labelframe command. BINDINGS
When a new labelframe is created, it has no default event bindings: labelframes are not intended to be interactive. EXAMPLE
This shows how to build part of a GUI for a hamburger vendor. The labelframe widgets are used to organize the available choices by the kinds of things that the choices are being made over. grid [labelframe .burger -text "Burger"] [labelframe .bun -text "Bun"] -sticky news grid [labelframe .cheese -text "Cheese Option"] [labelframe .pickle -text "Pickle Option"] -sticky news foreach {type name val} { burger Beef beef burger Lamb lamb burger Vegetarian beans bun Plain white bun Sesame seeds bun Wholemeal brown cheese None none cheese Cheddar cheddar cheese Edam edam cheese Brie brie cheese Gruyu00e8re gruyere cheese "Monterey Jack" jack pickle None none pickle Gherkins gherkins pickle Onions onion pickle Chili chili } { set w [radiobutton .$type.$val -text $name -anchor w -variable $type -value $val] pack $w -side top -fill x } set burger beef set bun white set cheese none set pickle none SEE ALSO
frame(n), label(n), ttk::labelframe(n) KEYWORDS
labelframe, widget Tk 8.4 labelframe(n)

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