On Sun, 27 Jun 2004, Kevin Cahill wrote:
> gnuplot -xrm 'gnuplot*line1Color:tomato' -xrm \
Note: if you do this on a regular basis, you'll be better off putting
those entries in your ~/.Xdefaults or ~/.Xresources file.
> But when I put this trick in my makefile
> all : defects DEFECTS
> .PHONY : all
> DEFECTS : DEFECTS.gpt
> gnuplot -xrm 'gnuplot*line1Color:tomato' \
> -xrm 'gnuplot*line2Color:DarkSeaGreen' DEFECTS.gpt
> gnuplot2pdftex DEFECTS
It's kind of hard to see what your problem may be, since you don't give
any clue as to what's in 'DEFECTS.gpt', nor what the script
'gnuplot2pdftex' is. But from the context, it's relatively clear that
you're using a different terminal driver than X11 now.
Your problem is that you missed the context. These are X11 Resources,
not generic gnuplot options, i.e. they affect *only* the x11 driver.
Check the help on the terminal driver you're actually using to see if and
how you can modify its colour table.
Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@...)
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