All programs using color can use a color definition file called COLOR.DEF. The file can be located in the current working directory or in DAT. Programs will first look in the working directory, then in DAT. If no COLOR.DEF file is given, default is used. Be careful with color setting, unexpected results might occur, like getting a blank screen when plotting white traces on a white background. Several color settings are universal like setting colors for titles, however several color settings are specific for particular programs, see example file below. Since colors can also be used for the Postscript file, there is an option for using color on the screen but not for Postscript, since it is more likely that the user will have a color screen than a color Postscript plotter. Sending a color plot file to a black and white laser printer results in a plot with gray tones.
The COLOR.DEF file:
This file is for defining SEISAN color objects and for setting the size(of full screen) of the graphics window for individual programs. If no file available, default colors, as given at end of line below, will be used. The entries can come in any order, however the keyword MUST appear as shown below. If an object color is not defined, it will retain its default value. If a black or white background and no colors are chosen, all colors will be reset accordingly.
This file is for defining SEISAN color objects. If no file available, default colors will be used. The entries can come in any order, however the keword MUST appear as shown below. If a object color is not defined, it will retain its default value. If a black or white background and no colors are chosen, all colors will be reset accordingly. Since verison 9.0, the size of the window (% of full screen) for most graphics programs is also set in this file. The color codes are: 1: blue 2: green 3: red 4: yellow 5: white 6: black color_screen 1 ! 0: no colors, 1: colors color_hard_copy 0 ! ----------------------- color_back 5 ! background color color_trace 6 ! seismic traces, map contours color_pic 3 ! phase picking color_zoom 2 ! zoo lines in mulplt color_def 6 ! default color color_frame 1 ! frames like epimap map frames, mulplt color_title 6 ! titles on top of plots color_spec 1 ! spectras color_axis_not 3 ! axis notations color_epi 3 ! epicenters color_station 3 ! seismic stations color_map_contour 1 ! epimap contours color_map_grid 6 ! Lat-long/(x,y) grid color_label_grid 6 ! Grid labels for map color_symbol_key 6 ! Diagram key. color_prompt 1 ! Prompt text. color_section 3 ! section outline in epimap color_bval_np 2 ! bvalue, number of events color_bval_ac 1 ! ------, accumulated --- color_bval_line 1 ! ------, lsq line color_box 5 ! box for interactive input color_box_letter 6 ! letters in -------------- color_foc_dilat 3 ! focmec dilatation color_foc_comp 1 ! focmec compression color_foc_p 2 ! focmec P-axis color_foc_t 3 ! focmec T-axis color_foc_plane 1 ! focmec fault planes color_syn 1 ! synthetic picks, blue size_bvalue 50 size_sample_graphics 80 size_catstat 60 size_codaq 70 size_corr 0 ! not implemeted size_epimap 70 size_fk 60 size_focmec 70 size_lsq 60 size_mag 60 size of mulplt 0 ! set in MULPLT.DEF size_presp 65 size_rmsdep 50 size_spec 80 size_ttplot 60 size_wad_plot 60
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