Re: Afterstep color problem
You can run netscape with the option -install so that it will use it's own
colormap for better resolution. The downside is that when your mouse is
resting on netscape aftersteps colors will shift, but once you move it to
another application or onto the background afterstep will appear
normal ( I don't know a good term for it ).
It allows you to get the colormaps, however if you are flipping between
netscape and other apps, your eyes can go buggy.
On Tue, 17 Jun 1997, Alex Yukhimets wrote:
> Date: Tue, 17 Jun 1997 12:06:30 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Alex Yukhimets <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Alberto Ruiz <email@example.com>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Afterstep color problem
> Resent-Date: 17 Jun 1997 17:17:50 -0000
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> > This is the first time that I use afterstep. When I run Netscape in fvwm,
> > fvwm95, or almost every other wm, it works fine. But when I run it in
> > afterstep I get the following message:
> > Warning: Cannot allocate colormap entry for default background.
> > I also get a error window message saying that it could not get enough
> > color cells and that I need to close any other high color resolution
> > program, but I'm not running anything else.
> > What's the deal with afterstep?
> Afterstep is a very color-hungry application. Basically, to run it in
> 8bpp mode is a real pain. If you still want to do it, check out
> documentation in /usr/doc/afterstep.
> Alex Y.
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