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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Color and Users Post 40 by arn_ch on Wednesday 27th of September 2000 04:38:42 AM
We work with Digital Workstations and some NT-Workstation which communicate by a reflection software (WRQ) with the UNIX-Server.
We changed our main application (GIS-System) to true-color. Since the change two of our users with the reflection software can't start the application anymore. One is working properly. The two users which make the troubles work also properly when we change the the number of colors on the graphic card to 256 colors.
Is there under UNIX a color-entry per user? (or something similar that can affect this phenomenon)

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Graphics::Color::CMYK(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				Graphics::Color::CMYK(3pm)

NAME
Graphics::Color::CMYK - CMYK color model VERSION
version 0.29 SYNOPSIS
use Graphics::Color::CMYK; my $color = Graphics::Color::CMYK->new({ cyan => 120, magenta => .5, yellow => .25, key => .5 }); DESCRIPTION
Graphics::Color::CMYK represents a Color in CMYK color model. Cyan stands for Cyan Magenta Yellow Key (or black). ATTRIBUTES
cyan c Set/Get the cyan component of this Color. magenta m Set/Get the magenta component of this Color. yellow y Set/Get the yellow component of this Color. key k Set/Get the key (black) component of this Color. name Get the name of this color. Only valid if the color was created by name. METHODS
as_string Get a string version of this Color in the form of: CYAN,MAGENTA,YELLOW,KEY as_percent_string Return a percent formatted value for this color. as_array Get the CMYK values as an array equal_to Compares this color to the provided one. Returns 1 if true, else 0; not_equal_to The opposite of "equal_to". AUTHOR
Cory G Watson <gphat@cpan.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Cold Hard Code, LLC. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.12.4 2011-08-11 Graphics::Color::CMYK(3pm)

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