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morse-x

morse-x

Section: hamradio (1) Updated: 20040713
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NAME

morse-x - morse "practicing" tool for X  

SYNTAX

morse-x [options]  

DESCRIPTION

morse-x offers you a window to put dits and daws into - by pressing any key (except q = quit). On the console it prints each character you morsed in. (So start it in an x-terminal-emulator.) On the first execution you have to calibrate the length of dits and daws, so just follow the instructions on the console.

 

OPTIONS

-c
Calibrate again, e.g. if the calibration of the first execution wasn't optimal.
-d display
set display (overrides DISPLAY)
-g XGeometryString
set geometry of morse window (-g without option prints a help)
-h
prints usage information
-r Name Class
set WM_CLASS
-s
verbose, show dits and daws (if calibration is bad and you don't know why)
 

BUGS

Morse-x saves the autorepeat state of the keyboard at startup, then autorepeat is turned off because morse-x only works with autorepeat disabled. On exit the saved state will be activated again. This doesn't happen when crashed or killed, etc. To enable autorepeat manually, do:
xset r on.  

COPYRIGHT

(C) Stephan Beyer <s-beyer@gmx.net>, 2004, GNU GPL


 

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