Provided by: agave_0.4.7-2.1ubuntu1_amd64
Agave - colorscheme designer for the gnome desktop
Agave is a program for generating colorschemes from a starting color. It currently supports five different colorscheme types: * Complements: The starting color and the color directly across the color wheel * Split Complements: the starting color and the two colors that are slightly offset from the color directly across the color wheel * Triads: the starting color and the two colors 1/3 of the way around the wheel in each direction. * Tetrads: The starting color and its complement plus another color slightly offset from the starting color and _its_ complement * Analogous: The starting color and two colors slightly offset in hue * Monochromatic: The starting color and two other colors of the same hue, one lighter, and one darker Using Agave * Choose a starting color by clicking on the color button or selecting a color from the palette, and then select a scheme type from the combo box. The generated scheme will be displayed in the main window. * The left-most Color in the main window is the currently-selected color. This color can be added to your favorites list with the '+' button in the bottom right, or with the keyboard shortcut 'Ctrl+D'. * To make one of the other colors in the scheme the currently-selected color, you can double-click the colorswatch. * To copy a hexstring representation of the color (e.g. #FFFFFF) to the clipboard, right-click the colorswatch and select the 'copy' menu item.
Help Options: -?, --help Show help options --help-all Show all help options --help-gtk Show GTK+ Options GTK+ Options --class=CLASS Program class as used by the window manager --name=NAME Program name as used by the window manager --screen=SCREEN X screen to use --sync Make X calls synchronous --gtk-module=MODULES Load additional GTK+ modules --g-fatal-warnings Make all warnings fatal Application Options: -d, --debug Enable Debugging output --display=DISPLAY X display to use
Agave was written by Jonathon Jongsma <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Varun Hiremath <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). August 25, 2006 AGAVE(1)