This manual page documents briefly the
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
because the original program does not have a manual page. It
originated from the original source README file (see authors).
wmfishtime is a dockable clock application for WMaker, BlackBox, E, SawFish etc.
The features include gradient backdrop, anti-aliased hour|minute|second hands,
alpha-blended bubbles, a real-time sprite engine, precision accuracy
and indicates unread mail (in the form of swaying weed blocking
the day/month numbers).
Well, this is just your standard time dockapp. Top part has the clock face,
bottom part has day of the week, followed by day, followed by month. Yellow
hand counts seconds, green hand counts minutes, red hand counts hours. Few
seconds after startup there are at least 32 bubbles floating up behind the
clock face. There are 4 fishes randomly swimming back and forth. If you move
your mouse inside the dockapp window, the fish will get scared and run away.
If you enabled mail checking (disabled for default), then whenever you get new mail
in the file pointed to by the $MAIL variable, it will display green weed
partially blocking the day/month counter, to remind you to read your mail.
If $MAIL is not set, nothing happens.
wmfishmon was written by timecop <email@example.com> with contribution from
martijn pieterse <firstname.lastname@example.org>, antoine nulle <email@example.com>,
Marcel May <firstname.lastname@example.org>, tarzeau <email@example.com> and Jason Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This manual page was written by Marcel May <email@example.com>,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
It originated from the original source README file by