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xfishtank and Jim's 486

It just dawned on me that Jim's problem might not be the colormap,
but rather the processor load or RAM allocation.  In addition 
to limiting the color cells with -C num  you can also limit
the amount of fish with -f num, the number of bubbles with -b num,
the move interval with -i num (default 0.2), and the move frequency
with -r num (default 0.2).

When I had my 486 33mhz I would have a low amount of fish and limit
the colors to about 12.  I have four colors on my background now
and the rest of my applications seem to be unaffected.

Anyone heard from Steve Turnbull?


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