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       ascolor - create color schemes for AfterStep


       ascolor   [-b|--base-color   color]   [-a|--angle  angle]  [-f|--file  file]  [-s|--string
       xmlstring] [-i|--save-image file]  [-t|--type  type]  [-c|--compress  level]  [-o|--output
       file]   [-n|--no-display]  [-r|--root-window]  [-h|--help]  [-v|--version]  [-V|--verbose]


       ascolor is a simple GUI to create color schemes for AfterStep.  ascolor writes the  result
       into  a  file  named  color  scheme in current directory or in the directory given with -o
       option (see below).

       There are 4 parameters to the color scheme: Angle, Hue, Saturation  and  Value.   Pressing
       arrow  keys  in  ascolor  window  will change the currently selected parameter.  To select
       parameter press 'a', 'h', 's' or 'v' keys.

       ascolor will also create .mini file suitable to be used as  minipixmap  in  the  AfterStep

       Rename  and copy both colorscheme and .mini files into ~/.afterstep/colorschemes directory
       and refresh AfterStep menu. New entry should show  up.   Select  it  to  apply  new  color


       -b --base_color color
              base color to use

       -a --angle angle
              initial angle

       -f --file file
              an XML file to use as input

       -s --string xmlstring
              an XML string to use as input

       -i --save-image file
              save image to given file

       -t --type type
              type of image to save

       -c --compress level
              compression level of image

       -o --output file
              output to file

       -n --no-display
              do not display the GUI

       -r --root-window
              draw result image on root window

       -z --default-scheme
              use color and angle from default scheme

       -h --help
              display this help and exit

       -v --version
              display version and exit

       -V --verbose
              increase verbosity

       -D --debug
              show debug messages




       This  manual  page  was  written  by Robert Luberda <>, using help2man(1)
       program, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).