xlogo - X Window System logo


   xlogo [-toolkitoption ...]


   The xlogo program displays the X Window System logo.


   Xlogo  accepts  all  of the standard X Toolkit command line options, as
   well as the following:

   -render This option indicates that the logo should be drawn with  anti-
           aliased edges using the RENDER extension.

   -sharp  If  -render  is  also  specified,  this  forces the edges to be
           rendered in sharp mode, (ie. 1-bit alpha channel).

   -shape  This option indicates that the logo  window  should  be  shaped
           rather than rectangular.


   The  default  width  and  the default height are each 100 pixels.  This
   program uses the Logo widget in the Athena widget set.  It  understands
   all of the Simple widget resource names and classes as well as:

   foreground (class Foreground)
           Specifies  the  color  for the logo.  The default is depends on
           whether  reverseVideo  is  specified.    If   reverseVideo   is
           specified  the  default  is  XtDefaultForeground, otherwise the
           default is XtDefaultBackground.

   shapeWindow (class ShapeWindow)
           Specifies that the window is shaped to the X logo.  The default
           is False.


   In  order  to  specify resources, it is useful to know the hierarchy of
   the widgets which compose xlogo.  In the  notation  below,  indentation
   indicates  hierarchical  structure.   The  widget  class  name is given
   first, followed by the widget instance name.

   XLogo  xlogo
        Logo  xlogo


   DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.

           to get the name of a resource file that  overrides  the  global
           resources stored in the RESOURCE_MANAGER property.


          specifies required resources


   X(7), xrdb(1)


   Ollie  Jones  of Apollo Computer and Jim Fulton of the MIT X Consortium
   wrote the logo graphics routine, based on a  graphic  design  by  Danny
   Chong and Ross Chapman of Apollo Computer.


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