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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Color and Users Post 91 by Neo on Saturday 14th of October 2000 03:03:07 PM
Sorry, but I still don't understand your situation enough to make an intelligent reply. Could you state the problem in terms in more UNIX terms like X configuration files, X-servers, IP addresses, and not vendor specific terms?

For example, would be easier to understand if you formulated the situation in generic terms and not vendor specific terms and products.
 
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Graphics::Color::HSV(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Graphics::Color::HSV(3pm)

NAME
Graphics::Color::HSV - HSV color space VERSION
version 0.29 SYNOPSIS
use Graphics::Color::HSV; my $color = Graphics::Color::HSV->new({ hue => 120, saturation => .5, value => .25, }); DESCRIPTION
Graphics::Color::HSV represents a Color in an RGB color space. HSLV stands for Hue Saturation and Value. HSV is closely related to HSL. ATTRIBUTES
hue h Set/Get the hue component of this Color. saturation s Set/Get the saturation component of this Color. value v Set/Get the value component of this Color. alpha Set/Get the alpha 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 HUE,SATURATION,VALUE,ALPHA. as_percent_string Return a percent formatted value for this color. This format is suitable for CSS HSV values. as_array Get the HSV values as an array as_array_with_alpha> Get the HSVA 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. to_rgb Creates this HSV color in RGB space. Returns a Graphics::Color::RGB object. 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 2011-08-25 Graphics::Color::HSV(3pm)

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