man/xrandr.man | 23 +++++++++++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 23 insertions(+)

diff --git a/man/xrandr.man b/man/xrandr.man
index 9f976ad..aa82724 100644
--- a/man/xrandr.man
+++ b/man/xrandr.man
@@ -72,6 +72,10 @@ xrandr \- primitive command line interface to RandR extension
 [\-\-setprovideroutputsource \fIprovider\fP \fIsource\fP]
 [\-\-setprovideroffloadsink \fIprovider\fP \fIsink\fP]
+[\-\-setmonitor \fIname\fP \fIgeometry\fP \fIoutputs\fP]
+[\-\-delmonitor \fIname\fP]
 .I Xrandr
 is used to set the size, orientation and/or reflection of the outputs for a
@@ -118,6 +122,25 @@ is available.
 Forces the usage of the RandR version 1.2 protocol, even if the display does
 not report it as supported or a higher version is available.
+.SH "RandR version 1.5 options"
+Options for RandR 1.5 are used as a superset of the options for RandR 1.4.
+.IP \-\-listmonitors
+Report information about all defined monitors.
+.IP \-\-listactivemonitors
+Report information about currently active monitors.
+.IP "\-\-setmonitor \fIname\fP \fIgeometry\fP \fIoutputs\fP"} 
+Define a new monitor with the given geometry and associated to the given 
+The output list is either the keyword \fBnone\fP or a comma-separated list of 
+The geometry is either the keyword \fBauto\fP, in which case the monitor
+will automatically track the geometry of the associated outputs, or a manual 
+in the form
+where w, h, x, y are in pixels and mmw, mmh are the physical dimensions of the 
+.IP "\-\-delmonitor \fIname\fP"
+Delete the given user-defined monitor.
 .SH "RandR version 1.4 options"
 Options for RandR 1.4 are used as a superset of the options for RandR 1.3.

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