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mcview



USAGE

       mcview [-bcCdfhstVx?] file


DESCRIPTION

       mcview  is  a  link to mc, the main GNU Midnight Commander
       executable.  Executing GNU Midnight Commander  under  this
       name  requests staring the internal viewer and opening the
       file specified on the command line.


OPTIONS

       -b     Force black and white display.

       -c     Force color mode on terminals where mcview defaults
              to black and white.

       -C <keyword>=<FGcolor>,<BGcolor>:<keyword>= ...
              Specify a different color set.  See the Colors sec­
              tion in mc(1) for more information.

       -d     Disable mouse support.

       -f     Display the compiled-in search paths  for  Midnight
              Commander files.

       -t     Used  only if the code was compiled with S-Lang and
              terminfo: it makes the Midnight Commander  use  the
              value  of  the  TERMCAP  variable  for the terminal
              information instead of the information on the  sys­
              tem wide terminal database

       -V     Displays the version of the program.

       -x     Forces  xterm  mode.   Used  when running on xterm-
              capable terminals (two screen modes,  and  able  to
              send mouse escape sequences).


COLORS

       The  default  colors  may  be  changed by appending to the
       MC_COLOR_TABLE environment variable.  Foreground and back­
       ground colors pairs may be specified for example with:

       MC_COLOR_TABLE="$MC_COLOR_TABLE:\
       normal=lightgray,black:\
       selected=black,green"


FILES

       /usr/share/mc/mc.hlp

              The help file for the program.

              User's  own  setup.   If  this file is present, the
              setup is loaded from here instead  of  the  system-
              wide startup file.


LICENSE

       This  program  is  distributed  under the terms of the GNU
       General Public License as published by the  Free  Software
       Foundation.  See the built-in help of the Midnight Comman­
       der for details on the License and the lack of warranty.


AVAILABILITY

       The latest  version  of  this  program  can  be  found  at
       ftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/utils/file/managers/mc/.


SEE ALSO

       mc(1), mcedit(1)


BUGS

       Bugs should be reported to mc-devel@gnome.org

MC Version 4.6.0           January 2003                 MCVIEW(1)
  
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