RABBIT-COMMAND(1) rabbit-command RABBIT-COMMAND(1)NAME
rabbit-command - commandline utility for Rabbit
Specify Rabbit's dRuby URI as [URI]. (druby://localhost:10101)
Deprecated. Use --rabbit-uri instead. Specify Rabbit's dRuby URI as [URI]. (druby://localhost:10101)
Move to previous
--next Move to next
Move to the previous slide
Move to the next slide
Move to the first slide
Move to the last slide
Move to the Nth slide
Show the current slide source as RD
Toggle index mode
Specify locale dir as [DIR]. (auto)
Specify logger type as [TYPE]. Select from [stderr, gui]. (STDERR)
Specify log level as [LEVEL]. Select from [debug, info, warning, error, fatal, unknown]. (info)
--help Show this message.
rabbit-command 1.0.7 June 2012 RABBIT-COMMAND(1)
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inkview - slideshow program which uses SVG files
inkview [FILES] ... [somewhere/*.svg] ...
Inkview is a slideshow program which uses SVG files. One or more FILES may be specified on the command-line and the slideshow will consist
of the files supplied on the command line in the given order.
Left or Page Up: show previous slide
Right, Page Down, or space bar: show next slide
Up: go to first slide
Down: go to last slide
Escape, q or Q: quit
F11: go to fullscreen mode/revert back to window mode
Return: pop up window with slide buttons (first, prev, next, last)
You can use the command inkview /usr/share/inkscape/examples/*.svg* to browse through the examples included in the inkscape package.
There are no options yet.
add a default SVG for when a document does not load.
add a usage/help command line switch
SEE ALSO inkscape(1) and the inkview related part of the inkscape wiki: http://www.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/Inkview
This codebase owes its existence to a large number of contributors throughout its various incarnations. See inkscape(1) for more informa-
This man-page was written by Wolfram Quester <firstname.lastname@example.org>
INKSCAPE December 28, 2004 inkview(1)
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