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  1. column -s\& -t <(echo "
  2.  
  3.   -n, --name & name (with no extension) of the drawing (default to $Name)
  4.   -b, --base & base dir of the drawing (default to current dir)
  5.   -t, --template & template to use (invokes kdiaolog if unset, current templates are $currentTemplates, default to first file in a dir, currently: $Template)
  6.   -k, --kdialog & choose template with kdialog
  7.  
  8.   -h, --help & show this output
  9.   -v, --version & show version information
  10.       --nocolors & disable colors in output. In case Your terminal doesn't support coloring and You get the output like \"\\033[94mthis\" or Your terminal colors \"conflict\" with the output coloring")
  11. }
  12.  
  13. results in:
  14.  
  15. Options
  16. =======
  17.  
  18.   -n, --name                                                                    name (with no extension) of the drawing (default to bk_templates_inkscape)
  19.   -b, --base                                                                    base dir of the drawing (default to current dir)
  20.   -t, --template                                                                template to use (invokes kdiaolog if unset, current templates are A4_landscape.svg
  21. A4_portrait.svg
  22. A5_landscape.svg
  23. A5_portrait.svg, default to first file in a dir, currently: A4_landscape.svg)
  24.   -k, --kdialog                                                                 choose template with kdialog
  25.   -h, --help                                                                    show this output
  26.   -v, --version                                                                 show version information
  27.       --nocolors                                                                disable colors in output. In case Your terminal doesn't support coloring and You get the output like "\033[94mthis" or Your terminal colors "conflict" with the output coloring
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