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       gmtlogo - Adding a GMT graphics logo overlay to an illustration


       gmtlogo dx dy scale [ -Gfill ] [ -W[pen] ] >>


       This  scrips appends the GMT logo to an "open" PostScript file.  The logo is 2 times scale
       wide and scale high and will be positioned with the lower  left  corner  at  the  position
       (dx,dy) relative to the current plot origin.


       -G     Select  color or pattern for filling the underlying box [Default is no fill].  (See
              SPECIFYING FILL below).

       -W     Set pen attributes for the outline of  the  box  [Default  is  no  outline].   (See
              SPECIFYING PENS below).

       pen    The  attributes  of  lines  and  symbol  outlines  as  defined  by  pen  is a comma
              delimetered list of width, color and texture, each of which is optional.  width can
              be   indicated   as   a   measure   (points,  centimeters,  inches)  or  as  faint,
              thin[ner|nest], thick[er|est], fat[ter|test], or obese.   color  specifies  a  gray
              shade  or  color  (see SPECIFYING COLOR below).  texture is a combination of dashes
              `-' and dots `.'.

       fill   The attribute fill specifies the solid shade or solid color (see  SPECIFYING  COLOR
              below)  or  the  pattern  used  for  filling  polygons.   Patterns are specified as
              pdpi/pattern, where pattern gives the number of the built-in pattern (1-90) or  the
              name  of  a  Sun  1-, 8-, or 24-bit raster file. The dpi sets the resolution of the
              image.  For  1-bit  rasters:  use  Pdpi/pattern  for  inverse  video,   or   append
              :Fcolor[B[color]]  to  specify  fore-  and  background  colors  (use  color = - for
              transparency).  See GMT Cookbook & Technical Reference Appendix E  for  information
              on individual patterns.

       color  The color of lines, areas and patterns can be specified by a valid color name; by a
              gray shade (in the range 0-255); by a decimal color  code  (r/g/b,  each  in  range
              0-255;  h-s-v,  ranges  0-360,  0-1,  0-1;  or c/m/y/k, each in range 0-1); or by a
              hexadecimal color code (#rrggbb, as used in HTML).  See the gmtcolors  manpage  for
              more information and a full list of color names.


       GMT(1), gmtcolors(5), psimage(1)