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diff -urNp old/userguide/cameratopam.html new/userguide/cameratopam.html
--- old/userguide/cameratopam.html	2017-09-05 09:05:16.000000000 +0200
+++ new/userguide/cameratopam.html	2017-09-05 13:16:33.622352535 +0200
@@ -25,10 +25,10 @@ cameratopam - convert raw camera image t
@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ the default.
 <dd>Further adjust the color balance by multiplying the red and blue
 channels by these values.  Both default to 1.0.
 <dd>Change the output brightness.  Default is 1.0.
@@ -114,14 +114,14 @@ channels by these values.  Both default
 <dd>By default, <b>cameratoapm</b> clips all colors to prevent pink
 hues in the highlights.  Combine this option with
-<b>-brightness=0.25</b> to leave the image data completely unclipped.
+<b>-bright=0.25</b> to leave the image data completely unclipped.
 <dd>Write raw camera colors to the output file.  By default,
 <b>cameratoapm</b> converts to sRGB colorspace.
 <dd>For cameras based on the Fuji Super CCD SR, this option causes
 <b>cameratopam</b> to use the secondary sensors, in effect
diff -urNp old/userguide/fiascotopnm.html new/userguide/fiascotopnm.html
--- old/userguide/fiascotopnm.html	2017-09-05 09:05:16.000000000 +0200
+++ new/userguide/fiascotopnm.html	2017-09-05 13:32:51.810458154 +0200
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ the output file(s) are written to the fi
 this list. Otherwise, the current directory is used to store the
 output file(s).
-<DT><B>-z</B>, <B>--fast</B>
+<DT><B>-r</B>, <B>--fast</B>
 Decompress images in the 4:2:0 format; i.e., each chroma channel is
 decompressed to an image of halved width and height. Use this option
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ given amount <I>N</I>. <I>N</I> is 1 (mi
 is 70. When <I>N</I>=0, then the smoothing amount specified in the
 FIASCO file is used (defined by the FIASCO coder).
-<DT><B>-F</B> <I>N</I>, <B>--fps=</B><I>N</I>
+<DT><B>-F</B> <I>N</I>, <B>--framerate=</B><I>N</I>
 Set number of frames per second to <I>N</I>. When using this option,
 the frame rate specified in the FIASCO file is overridden.
@@ -113,13 +113,8 @@ following methods (in the specified orde
-<DT><B>-h</B>, <B>--info</B>
-Print brief help, then exit.
-<DT><B>-H</B>, <B>--help</B>
-Print detailed help, then exit.
+<DT><B>-h</B>, <B>--help</B>
+Print help, then exit.
diff -urNp old/userguide/pamperspective.html new/userguide/pamperspective.html
--- old/userguide/pamperspective.html	2017-09-05 09:05:16.000000000 +0200
+++ new/userguide/pamperspective.html	2017-09-05 13:23:15.869997105 +0200
@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@ default rectangle as the "frame." The vi
 a rectangle the axes of which are parallel to those of the frame.
 <p>The frame options are additive.  All the parts of the image
-specified by either margin options, <b>--include_frame</b>, or
+specified by either margin options, <b>--frame_include</b>, or
 <b>--include</b> (or their defaults) are in the visible part.  The
 visible part is the smallest possible rectangle that contains the
 parts specified those three ways.
diff -urNp old/converter/pbm/pbmtoepson.c new/converter/pbm/pbmtoepson.c
--- old/converter/pbm/pbmtoepson.c	2018-01-04 14:26:14.740024843 +0100
+++ new/converter/pbm/pbmtoepson.c	2018-01-04 14:28:47.970518766 +0100
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ parseCommandLine(int                  ar
             &dpiSpec,                         0);
     OPTENT3(0, "adjacent",     OPT_FLAG,     NULL,
             &adjacentSpec,                    0);
-    OPTENT3(0, "nonadjacent",  OPT_FLAG,     NULL,
+    OPTENT3(0, "noadjacent",  OPT_FLAG,     NULL,
             &nonadjacentSpec,                 0);
     opt.opt_table = option_def;
diff -urNp old/userguide/pbmtoepson.html new/userguide/pbmtoepson.html
--- old/userguide/pbmtoepson.html	2018-01-04 14:26:14.586024719 +0100
+++ new/userguide/pbmtoepson.html	2018-01-04 14:27:56.466847698 +0100
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ pbmtoepson - convert a PBM image into Ep
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ print density for you consistent with yo
 <p>This option was new in Netpbm 10.23 (July 2004).     
 <dd>These options determine whether the output uses "adjacent dot
 printing" or not, whatever that is.