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Pamtouil User Manual(0) 						  Pamtouil User Manual(0)

       pamtouil - convert a PNM or PNM/alpha image into a Motif UIL icon file

       pamtouil [-name=uilname] [pamfile]

       You  may  abbreviate  any  option  to its shortest unique prefix.  You may use two hyphens
       instead of one to delimit an option.  You may separate  an  option  from  its  value  with
       whitespace instead of =.

       This program is part of Netpbm(1)

       pamtouil  reads	a PNM or PAM image as input and produces a Motif UIL icon file as output.
       If  the	input  is  PAM,  it  may  be  either  a  regular  grayscale  or  color	image  or
       grayscale+alpha or color+alpha.	Where the alpha channel is present, pamtouil renders pix-
       els that are more than half transparent as transparent in the output.

       In the UIL's colormap, pamtouil uses the color names from the RGB database -- the same one

       uses.   Where  a  color in the input does not exactly match one of the colors named in the
       RGB database, pamtouil uses the closest color named in the RGB database.

		   Allows you to specify the prefix string which is printed in the
		   resulting UIL output.  If not specified, will default to the filename
		   (without extension) of the ppmfile argument.  If -name is not
		   specified and no ppmfile is specified (i.e. piped input), the
		   prefix string will default to the string 'noname'.




       Before May 2002, pamtouil was called ppmtouil and had no way to specify transparency.

       Converted by Bryan Henderson from ppmtouil.c, which was converted by  Jef  Poskanzer  from
       ppmtoxpm.c, which is Copyright (C) 1990 by Mark W. Snitily

netpbm documentation			   05 May 2002			  Pamtouil User Manual(0)
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