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RABBIT-COMMAND(1)						  rabbit-command						 RABBIT-COMMAND(1)

rabbit-command - commandline utility for Rabbit SYNOPSIS
rabbit-command [options] DESCRIPTION
--rabbit-uri=URI Specify Rabbit's dRuby URI as [URI]. (druby://localhost:10101) --druby-uri=URI Deprecated. Use --rabbit-uri instead. Specify Rabbit's dRuby URI as [URI]. (druby://localhost:10101) Move commands --previous Move to previous --next Move to next --previous-slide Move to the previous slide --next-slide Move to the next slide --first-slide Move to the first slide --last-slide Move to the last slide --jump-to=N Move to the Nth slide Get commands --source Show source --current-slide-rd Show the current slide source as RD Control commands --toggle-fullscreen Toggle fullscreen --toggle-index-mode Toggle index mode --toggle-whiteout Toggle whiteout --toggle-blackout Toggle blackout --quit Quit Common options --locale-dir=DIR Specify locale dir as [DIR]. (auto) --logger-type=TYPE Specify logger type as [TYPE]. Select from [stderr, gui]. (STDERR) --log-level=LEVEL Specify log level as [LEVEL]. Select from [debug, info, warning, error, fatal, unknown]. (info) --help Show this message. --version Show version. rabbit-command 1.0.7 June 2012 RABBIT-COMMAND(1)

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inkview(1)							   Inkscape-0.40							inkview(1)

inkview - slideshow program which uses SVG files SYNOPSIS
inkview [FILES] ... [somewhere/*.svg] ... DESCRIPTION
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. KEYBINDINGS
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) EXAMPLES
You can use the command inkview /usr/share/inkscape/examples/*.svg* to browse through the examples included in the inkscape package. OPTIONS
There are no options yet. TODO
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: AUTHORS
Johan Ceuppens This codebase owes its existence to a large number of contributors throughout its various incarnations. See inkscape(1) for more informa- tion. This man-page was written by Wolfram Quester <> INKSCAPE
December 28, 2004 inkview(1)
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