allows you to examine and modify some of the tables in a truetype or opentype font.
If the argument list contains a font file name (or several),
window for each font displaying all the tables in that font
In the absence of options or arguments,
the program opens a file-picker window,
allowing you to browse your disk to find a font file.
Employ the specified method to control 8-bit colormaps,
assumes one of these three values:
Attempt to allocate colors in the current (shared) colormap.
The program will likely not find everything it requires.
Allocate what can be allocated, then copy the current colormap;
it can thus make use of cells other programs are using.
Create a new colormap and fill it with the required colors.
Attempt to employ a visual that matches the specified pixel depth,
Employ the X display specified by the string
(for example: localhost:0).
Display the usage description
and start a web client displaying the online documentation.
Alter the displayed menus to employ modifier keys appropriate
to the specified keyboard type,
assumes one of the following four values:
IBM PC type keyboard.
Apple Macintosh keyboard.
Sun workstation keyboard.
Macintosh keyboard, but on a system running SuSe linux
(the mappings differ from those used under MacOS X).
Suppress display of the splash screen.
Execute the script named
Does not open the X display.
This must be the first argument passed to mensis. Any other arguments are
handled by the scriptfile itself.
Any other command line arguments will be passed to the script.
The program contains a command interpreter which allows access to
most but not all of its interactive features.
If a scriptfile is executable, and if its first line contains
the string "mensis", then the argument
may be omitted. This means that mensis can be used as an interpreter.
Make X synchronous.
Used primarily for debugging, this option slows X down.
Display the usage description.
Attempt to use a visual that matches the class,
specified as either the name of a visual class
or an integer enumerating a visual class.
Display the current version
(a six digit string containing the date stamp of the source files).
If any of the following environment variables exist,
they are used:
Specifies the name of a browser program for examining documentation.
Turns on verbose mode in scripting. Each statement is printed as it is executed.