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dximageview(1X)						      dximageview(1X)



NAME

  dximageview -	Image Viewer for displaying graphics files

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/bin/X11/dximageview [options] [filename...]

OPTIONS

  The command line options are as follows:

  -exit
      Used with	the -root or -rootMode options to cause	the Image Viewer to
      exit after displaying the	image to the root window.

  -filelist filename
      The name of a file containing a list of files to read.  The file should
      contain one file name per	line.

  -help
      Displays the command syntax.

  -interval seconds
      The number of seconds to display each image in auto play mode.

  -norepeat
      Do not repeat the	sequence of images in auto play	mode.

  -rootMode option
      Controls how the image is	displayed to the root window.  Valid options
      are:

      fill
	  Scales the image to fill the root window.

      center
	  Centers the image.

      centerMaximumSize
	  Centers the image in the window while	preserving the image aspect
	  ratio.

      centerTile
	  Tiles	the image with the image centered in the window.

      integerTile
	  Tiles	the image with the image located in the	top left corner	of
	  the window.

  -root
      Equivalent to -rootMode centerMaximumSize.


DESCRIPTION

  The Image Viewer application,	dximageview, allows the	user to	view graphics
  files.

  The supported	image types are	GIF, JPEG, TIFF, and X Pixmap (XPM).

RUNNING	THE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE

  To start dximageview,	do one of the following:

    +  Click on	the Image Viewer icon in the CDE Application Manager.

    +  Double click on an icon for a JPEG, GIF,	or TIFF	file in	the CDE	File
       Manager.

    +  Drag and	drop an	icon from the CDE File Manager onto the	Image Viewer
       icon.  If the icon represents a supported image type, the application
       is opened with the subject file as the image displayed in the Image
       View Window.

    +  Invoke the following command from a terminal window:
	    /usr/bin/X11/dximageview



EXAMPLES

  To start the application, enter the following	at the command line:

       /usr/bin/X11/dximageview

FILES

  /usr/dt/app-defaults/C/DXImageview

SEE ALSO

  Commands: dticon(1)