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FIGlet

Description: Creates large text from ordinary ACSII characters.
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Version: 2.2.5
Date: 03 Feb 20
Author: Chappell, Chai, Cowan, Keet, Matsuoka
Submitter: cavemann
Category: utility/text
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ReadMe.aros

Dress up your docs with large ascii text. The easiest way to explain FIGlet
is to show what it can do. Here are some examples of the FIGlet fonts.


standard font
 ____                _ __  __                           
|  _  ___  __ _  __| |  /  | ___   __ _ _ __ ___  ___ 
| |_) / _ / _` |/ _` | |/| |/ _  / _` | '__/ _ / __|
|  _ <  __/ (_| | (_| | |  | |  __/| (_| | | | (_) __ 
|_| ____|__,_|__,_|_|  |_|___(_)__,_|_|  ___/|___/


small font
 ___             _ __  __                       
| _ ___ __ _ __| |  /  |___   __ _ _ _ ___ ___
|   / -_) _` / _` | |/| / -_)_/ _` | '_/ _ (_-<
|_|______,___,_|_|  |____(_)__,_|_| ___/__/


slant font
    ____                 ____  ___                           
   / __ ___  ____ _____/ /  |/  /__   ____ __________  _____
  / /_/ / _ / __ `/ __  / /|_/ / _  / __ `/ ___/ __ / ___/
 / _, _/  __/ /_/ / /_/ / /  / /  __// /_/ / /  / /_/ (__  ) 
/_/ |_|___/__,_/__,_/_/  /_/___(_)__,_/_/   ____/____/  


script font
 , __                  ,__ __                             
/|/                | /|  |  |                            
 |___/  _   __,   __|  |  |  |   _    __,   ,_    __   ,  
 |    |/  /  |  /  |  |  |  |  |/   /  |  /  |  /  _/ _
 |  _/|__/_/|_/_/|_/|  |  |_/|__/o_/|_/   |_/__/  / 


shadow font

  _                  |    |                             
 |   |  _   _` |  _` | |/ |  _     _` |  __| _    __| 
 __ <   __/ (   | (   | |   |  __/   (   | |   (   |__  
_| _\___|__,_|__,_|_|  _|___|_)__,_|_|  ___/ ____/ 
                                                          

banner font

######                       #     #                                        
#     # ######   ##   #####  ##   ## ######       ##   #####   ####   ####  
#     # #       #  #  #    # # # # # #           #  #  #    # #    # #      
######  #####  #    # #    # #  #  # #####      #    # #    # #    #  ####  
#   #   #      ###### #    # #     # #      ### ###### #####  #    #      # 
#    #  #      #    # #    # #     # #      ### #    # #   #  #    # #    # 
#     # ###### #    # #####  #     # ###### ### #    # #    #  ####   ####  


bubble font
  _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _   _  
 /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  
( R | e | a | d | M | e | . | a | r | o | s )
 _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ 


digital font

+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
|R|e|a|d|M|e|.|a|r|o|s|
+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+


Other fonts include:
big, block, ivrit, lean, mini, smscript, smshadow, smslant, and term.

Cd to the FIGlet dir and it should work from the command line. If you
prefer to install FIGlet, you can use it anywhere. Place the FIGlet
binary in the system C: drawer and place the figfonts directory in the
system FONTS: drawer. That's all, the installation is complete.

To print your name, use the command, figlet My Name. If you want to use
a special font, use the -f option with the font name. For example, 
figlet -f smslant My Name.

Note, some options like -c (centering) expect the shell to be more wide
than the default AROS shell width. So you might want to resize the shell,
or set the number of columns with the FIGlet -w (outputwidth) option.

The ReadMe covers many more details, and the figlet.6.txt file has very
good examples of how to use FIGlet.


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