|Indicates the ("to") display that is remotely controlled by the "from" display. Default is equivalent to the default display.|
|Indicates the ("from") display that remotely controls the "to" display. Default is equivalent to the default display.|
|Slide off the east side of the "to" display onto the "from" display.|
|Slide off the west side of the "to" display onto the "from" display.|
|The font used in the x2x window. (Overridden by -east or -west.)|
|The X geometry specification for the x2x window. (Overridden by -east or -west.)|
|Tells x2x to poll the "to" and "from" displays at startup until they are ready. Useful for login scripts.|
|Workaround for a bug in the cursor grab implementations of at least one X server. Put a big window over the "to" display in order to force the X server to track the cursor.|
|If this option is enabled with -east or -west, the cursor will not slide back onto the "from" display when one or more mouse buttons are pressed.|
|Dont capture the mouse. (Overridden by -east or -west.)|
|Since x2x uses XTEST, which sends input at a lower level than the pointer button mapping, x2x needs to understand the "to" displays button mapping and do appropriate conversion. Use this option to turn off the pointer button conversion.|
|Dont relay the X selection between displays.|
|Normally, the autoup feature in x2x automatically lifts up all keys and mouse buttons when it removes the cursor from the "from" display. Note: the autoup feature changes the state of lock functions like Caps Lock. The state of the lock function may not correspond to the state of the keyboard LEDs! To disable this feature, use the -noautoup command line option.|
|Ugly hack to work-around window manager ugliness. The -east and -west modes actually put a small window on the side of the "from" display. This option causes this window to resurface itself if another window ever obscures it. This option can cause really nasty behavior if another application tries to do the same thing. Useful for login scripts.|
|Also sends mouse movements and keystrokes to this display. Useful for demos. Amaze your friends: specify multiple shadows.|
|This option is primarily for "lock" keys like Caps_Lock. If a lock key only seems to work on every other press, try this option. The sticky option prevents autoup for the specified key. Look in /usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h for a list of valid names of keys (remove the leading XK_).|
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