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XmGetColors

XmGetColors

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NAME

XmGetColors --- A function that generates foreground, select, and shadow colors  

SYNOPSIS

#include <Xm/Xm.h>
void XmGetColors(
Screen * screen,
Colormap colormap,
Pixel background,
Pixel * foreground,
Pixel * top_shadow,
Pixel * bottom_shadow,
Pixel * select);
 

DESCRIPTION

XmGetColors takes a screen, a colormap, and a background pixel, and returns pixel values for foreground, select, and shadow colors.

screen
Specifies the screen for which these colors should be allocated.
colormap
Specifies the colormap from which these colors should be allocated.
background
Specifies the background on which the colors should be based.
foreground
Specifies a pointer to the returned foreground pixel value. If this argument is NULL, no value is allocated or returned for this color.
top_shadow
Specifies a pointer to the returned top shadow pixel value. If this argument is NULL, no value is allocated or returned for this color.
bottom_shadow
Specifies a pointer to the returned bottom shadow pixel value. If this argument is NULL, no value is allocated or returned for this color.
select
Specifies a pointer to the returned select pixel value. If this argument is NULL, no value is allocated or returned for this color.
 

RELATED

XmChangeColor(3), XmGetColorCalculation(3), and XmSetColorCalculation(3).


 

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