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       aview [options] filename.p[ngbp]m


       This  manual  page  documents briefly the aview, and asci­
       iview commands.  This manual  page  was  written  for  the
       Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program
       does not have a manual page.

       aview/asciiview is a program that show files  with  ascii-
       art.   aview  support  zooming/unzooming,  three dithering
       modes, Inversion, Contrast, Bright, Gamma control and  can
       save  into  many  formats  (html,  text,  ansi,  more/less
       etc...). The aview can only show files  in  the  PNM  file
       format. But the asciiview program convert the file formats
       to PNM (with extern programs like NetPBM  and  ImageMagic)
       and  start aview.  It's support the driver from the aalib.
       Normaly slang, x11 and stdout. It support the  mousedriver
       (X11 and gpm) too.


       For a complete description, make only


       This show all option.


       bb , aalib (info-page)


       This   manual   page   was   written   by  Michael  Bramer
       <grisu@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux  system  (but
       may be used by others).

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