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  Re: X.Org X11R7.x in OpenBSD (mod 3/73)
by Anonymous Coward (72.66.71.216) on Thu Jul 13 03:18:19 2006 (GMT)
  I understand your defense of xterm etc. (xterm is probably the most-used program for me), but why xlogo and xeyes?

Well. I have to admit that I sometimes use xlogo to display a color. For example, "xlogo -fg \#c8c8c8" to see if that's the right shade of gray I want.
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