COLOREDIT(1) General Commands Manual COLOREDIT(1)
coloredit - alter color map segment
Available only on Sun 386i systems running a SunOS 4.0.x release or
earlier. Not a SunOS 4.1 release feature.
coloredit is a SunView application for altering the colors of objects
(windows) selected with the cursor. These colors may be manipulated in
o select color name from a list
o specify the hue/saturation/value for a color
o specify the red/green/blue levels for a color
The coloredit window consists of four sections.
colorlist An interactive window that lists the available colors for
selection. This list can be scrolled up and down with a
scrollbar, and comprises the contents of the .rgb file.
Select a color and the corresponding RGB and HSV value
appears in the colorbar section. coloredit first searches
the working directory for .rgb, your home directory, and
finally, /usr/lib this file.
colorbars An interactive window with two sets of three sliding bars.
One set is for defining the hue saturation value of the
color desired. The second set is for defining the red-
green-blue ratios. The color can be specified using either
set of sliding bars.
palette A display subwindow divided horizontally into two equal
parts. The top part shows the background color; the bot-
tom, the foreground color. If the object has more than 2
colors, all the colors are shown. The background color is
color Index #0. The color with the highest Index Number is
the foreground color.
logo A display subwindow containing the Sun logo in the cur-
The set of command buttons in the colorbars subwindow is as follows.
Grab The next object selected will have its color map segment colors
displayed in the coloredit window. These colors may then be
Disassociates the colormap segment and the last object with
which those colors were associated. The window returns to its
Undo Returns the colormap segment to the original colors that the
object being colored had when coloring began. Returns the
object to its original colors.
19 February 1988 COLOREDIT(1)