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+.TH TWCLOCK 1
+twclock \- Amateur radio clock
+This manual page documents the
+This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
+because the original program does not have a manual page.
+is a clock program which will prove to be very helpful
+for ham operators. It is implemented with Motif widgets, and
+will displays the current time in major cities around the world.
+The current time at some point on the globe is determined using
+the time zone information contained in the files located under the
+directory /usr/share/zoneinfo. A file selection box allows you to
+pick the area and city of interest, and the environment variable
+TZ is set to the pathname for that time zone file. The clock will
+then display the current time for the selected location. Don't
+worry, this only changes TZ for the clock process - other processes
+The GUI uses scale widgets to display hours, minutes, and seconds.
+There is a label for date and time zone info and a button
+which you can give any name. This button acts as an alarm
+clock when pressed. The time for this alarm clock can be
+set in the application defaults file.
+Very few properties were hard coded. This way you can set widget
+properties (colors, fonts, labels, etc.) as you like in the defaults
+There are no pulldown menus, instead there is only this one
+"UNDOCUMENTED" popup menu (via mouse button 3). Two of the
+menu buttons, "Local" and "GMT" set the clock to that time.
+The third menu button, "Others:", pops up a file
+selection box dialog that allows you to select an area and city.
+The OK button will set the clock to the selected zone. The Cancel
+button can be pressed at any time to popdown the dialog, leaving the
+The application defaults file
+can be changed to fit
+your needs. Instead of changing this system-wide file, you can also
+add some lines to your
+For example, to change the timer, add these lines:
+Some other things you can play with in
+are the x and y values
+to position the clock, foreground/background colors, the font and
+The application defaults file is in /etc/X11/app-defaults.
+.SH SEE ALSO
+This manual page was written by Joop Stakenborg <email@example.com>,
+for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).