shige 10/27 2005
| Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2005 18:01:56 +0200 (CEST)
| From: Petr Mikulik <mikulik@...>
| To: Shigeharu TAKENO <shige@...>
| Cc: merritt@..., gnuplot-beta@...
| Subject: Re: color loop for gd.trm
| > | So your goal is not to reduce the total number of colors, instead
| > | it is to have the same default colors on all terminals?
| > No. I only want to realize x11 or win term's color loops on png
| > term simply.
| Then there should be these groups of color terminals, each group with the
| same color sequence:
| x11, windows, pm, wx
| png, gif, jpeg, ...
| svg, cgm, wmf, ...
| xfig, corel, ...
| postscript and other paper printings:
| postscript, pdf, pslatex, pstex
| But both should not "differ too much". Maybe a "screen_color_sequence"
| option for postscripts?
I don't know such option of postscript terminal.
| It would be really great if someone unitifies the sequence for at least 16
I am sorry I can't understand many good opinions from many
authors well, and I seem the topic have spreaded too widely. So I
explain my opinion.
In png terminal, we can set any color sequence. And some users
want to know how to set it to the same one of x11 (or win) term.
I use the color sequence setting of png terminal, but the test
command don't make the same image because png terminal use
original color over the user setting.
So, I think I will be able to set simply if png terminal has the
color loop option.
Is not useful to introduce such looping option (limitation of use
of colors) to png terminal ?
Shigeharu TAKENO NIigata Institute of Technology
kashiwazaki,Niigata 945-1195 JAPAN
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