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       xclipboard - X clipboard client

       xclipboard [ -toolkitoption ... ] [ -w ] [ -nw ]

       The xclipboard program is used to collect and display text selections that are sent to the
       CLIPBOARD by other clients.  It is typically used to save CLIPBOARD selections  for  later
       use.   It  stores  each	CLIPBOARD  selection  as  a separate string, each of which can be
       selected.  Each time CLIPBOARD is asserted by another  application,  xclipboard	transfers
       the  contents  of that selection to a new buffer and displays it in the text window.  Buf-
       fers are never automatically deleted, so you'll want to use the delete button to  get  rid
       of useless items.

       Since xclipboard uses a Text Widget to display the contents of the clipboard, text sent to
       the CLIPBOARD may be re-selected for use in other applications.	xclipboard also  responds
       to  requests for the CLIPBOARD selection from other clients by sending the entire contents
       of the currently displayed buffer.

       An xclipboard window has the following buttons across the top:

       quit    When this button is pressed, xclipboard exits.

       delete  When this button is pressed, the current buffer is deleted and the next	one  dis-

       new     Creates	a  new	buffer	with no contents.  Useful in constructing a new CLIPBOARD
	       selection by hand.

       save    Displays a File Save dialog box.  Pressing the Accept button saves  the	currently
	       displayed buffer to the file specified in the text field.

       next    Displays the next buffer in the list.

	       Displays the previous buffer.

       The  xclipboard program accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command line options as well
       as the following:

       -w      This option indicates that lines of text that are too long to be displayed on  one
	       line in the clipboard should wrap around to the following lines.

       -nw     This option indicates that long lines of text should not wrap around.  This is the
	       default behavior.

       In order to specify resources, it is useful to know the hierarchy  of  the  widgets  which
       compose	xclipboard.  In the notation below, indentation indicates hierarchical structure.
       The widget class name is given first, followed by the widget instance name.

       XClipboard  xclipboard
	    Form  form
		 Command  Quit
		 Command  delete
		 Command  new
		 Command  Save
		 Command  next
		 Command  prev
		 Label	index
		 Text  text
	    TransientShell  fileDialogShell
		 Dialog  fileDialog
		      Label  label
		      Command  accept
		      Command  cancel
		      Text value
	    TransientShell  failDialogShell
		 Dialog  failDialog
		      Label  label
		      Command  continue

       Text is copied to the clipboard whenever a  client  asserts  ownership  of  the	CLIPBOARD
       selection.   Text  is copied from the clipboard whenever a client requests the contents of
       the CLIPBOARD selection.  Examples of event bindings that a user may wish to include in	a
       resource configuration file to use the clipboard are:

       *VT100.Translations: #override \
	    <Btn3Up>:		     select-end(CLIPBOARD) \n\
	    <Btn2Up>:		     insert-selection(PRIMARY,CLIPBOARD) \n\
	    <Btn2Down>: 	     ignore ()

       X(7),  xcutsel(1),  xterm(1),  individual client documentation for how to make a selection
       and send it to the CLIPBOARD.

       DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.

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

	      specifies required resources

       Ralph R. Swick, DEC/MIT Project Athena
       Chris D. Peterson, MIT X Consortium
       Keith Packard, MIT X Consortium

X Version 11				 xclipboard 1.1.2			    XCLIPBOARD(1)
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