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PANGO-VIEW(1)				  User Commands 			    PANGO-VIEW(1)

NAME
       pango-view - Pango text viewer

DESCRIPTION
   Usage:
	      pango-view [OPTION...] - FILE

   Help Options:
       -h, --help
	      Show help options

       --help-all
	      Show all help options

       --help-cairo
	      Options understood by the cairo backend

   Cairo backend options:
       --annotate=1 or 2
	      Annotate the output

   Application Options:
       --no-auto-dir
	      No layout direction according to contents

       --backend=cairo/xft/ft2
	      Pango backend to use for rendering (default: cairo)

       --background=red/#rrggbb/#rrggbbaa/transparent
	      Set the background color

       -q, --no-display
	      Do not display (just write to file or whatever)

       --dpi=number
	      Set the resolution

       --align=left/center/right
	      Text alignment

       --ellipsize=start/middle/end
	      Ellipsization mode

       --font=description
	      Set the font description

       --foreground=red/#rrggbb/#rrggbbaa
	      Set the text color

       --gravity=south/east/north/west/auto
	      Base gravity: glyph rotation

       --gravity-hint=natural/strong/line
	      Gravity hint

       --header
	      Display the options in the output

       --height=+points/-numlines
	      Height in points (positive) or number of lines (negative) for ellipsizing

       --hinting=none/auto/full
	      Hinting style

       --indent=points
	      Width in points to indent paragraphs

       --justify
	      Align paragraph lines to be justified

       --language=en_US/etc
	      Language to use for font selection

       --margin=CSS-style numbers in pixels
	      Set the margin on the output in pixels

       --markup
	      Interpret text as Pango markup

       -o, --output=file
	      Save rendered image to output file

       --pangorc=file
	      pangorc file to use (default is ./pangorc)

       --pixels
	      Use pixel units instead of points (sets dpi to 72)

       --rtl  Set base direction to right-to-left

       --rotate=degrees
	      Angle at which to rotate results

       -n, --runs=integer
	      Run Pango layout engine this many times

       --single-par
	      Enable single-paragraph mode

       -t, --text=string
	      Text to display (instead of a file)

       --version
	      Show version numbers

       --waterfall
	      Create a waterfall display

       -w, --width=points
	      Width in points to which to wrap lines or ellipsize

       --wrap=word/char/word-char
	      Text wrapping mode (needs a width to be set)

       Pango module interface version: 1.8.0

pango-view (pango) 1.34.1		     May 2013				    PANGO-VIEW(1)
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