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     XSHOWCMAP(1)	 UNIX System V (June 1987)	  XSHOWCMAP(1)

     NAME    [Toc]    [Back]
	  xshowcmap - show colormap

     SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]
	  xshowcmap [ options ]

     DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]
	  Xshowcmap displays the contents of the currently active
	  colormap in a	window.	The created window shows a square for
	  every	color currently	defined	in the servers active
	  colormap. The	number of squares is the number	of colormapcells
	the server supports.

	  Xshowcmap has	been specially written to aid server

	  To leave xshowcmap type 'q' while the	cursor is in its

	  The following	options	are valid:

	  -bd color
		  as usual - change border color

	  -bw number
		  as usual - change border width

		  Name of the display.

	  The following	SGI-specific options are valid:

	  -inter  Use interactive mode.	Click on window	for which you
		  want to display the colormap.

	  -windowid window
		  Specify window ID for	which you want to display the

	  -visid id -cmap colormap
		  Specify the visual ID	and colormap ID	for which you
		  want to display the colormap.

     BUGS    [Toc]    [Back]
	  There	might be some -	it has been tested with	Siemens
	  servers running both monochrome and color, and with uVax
	  Color-Workstations running color.

     AUTHORS    [Toc]    [Back]
	  Claus	Gittinger (..!decvax!unido!sinix!claus)

     Page 1					     (printed 10/9/01)

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