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XCURSORGEN(1)						      General Commands Manual						     XCURSORGEN(1)

xcursorgen - create an X cursor file from a collection of PNG images
xcursorgen [ -V ] [ --version ] [ -? ] [ --help ] [ -p dir ] [ --prefix dir ] [ config-file [ output-file ] ]
Xcursorgen reads the config-file to find the list of cursor images along with their hotspot and nominal size information. Xcursorgen con- verts all of the images to Xcursor format and writes them to the output-file. Each line in the config file is of the form: <size> <xhot> <yhot> <filename> <ms-delay> Multiple images with the same <size> are used to create animated cursors, the <ms-delay> value on each line indicates how long each image should be displayed before switching to the next. <ms-delay> can be elided for static cursors. If config-file is not specified, or is specified as "-", standard input is used for the configuration file. If output-file is not speci- fied, or is specified as "-", standard output is used for the output file.
-V, --version Display the version number and exit. -?, --help Display the usage message and exit. -p dir, --prefix dir Find cursor images in the directory specified by dir. If not specified, the current directory is used.
Xcursor(3) X Version 11 xcursorgen 1.0.5 XCURSORGEN(1)