Manual Reference Pages - XNEKO (6)
xneko - cat-and-mouse chase in an X window
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Xneko displays a window in which a cat chases your "mouse" cursor. Try
moving the mouse inside and outside the
xneko window, leaving it stationary, moving it slowly and quickly, etc., and
watch the cat respond.
All options except the last three above behave in the standard manner
for X applications (see
-speed option controls the speed of the cat (the default is 16). The
-time option controls the interval (in microseconds) between updates of the
xneko window (the default is 125000).
-help option provides a usage message and exits.
The program was originally written by a Japanese author as a
Macintosh desktop accessory (The word "neko" means "cat" in
A usage message when improper arguments are supplied.
Masayuki Koba, 1990
|X Version 11 ||XNEKO (6) ||1 September 1990 |
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