This program will only run in 8-bit color mode. Best solution is to invest few bucks into a TrueColor graphics adaptor. Another solution is to configure gvim to use colors used in other applications... If you're running hog programs such as netscape or mozilla, this will happen too. my review here
Do I resize it to 72 dpi in photoshop? Outlook Express 7. It occurs when the Motif library is initialized and finds that there's no room in the default colormap to allocate its GUI colors. GVIM 5.5 (Linux) - Can't allocate colormap entry...
http://www.keen.com 2. This is the forum for you! That's pretty low for modern standards.For good viewing of photo-like images and OpenGL work, you'll want Depth 24 (or 32) and True Color.MK MK 0 Kudos Reply JakobK Advisor Options Mark Netscape will come up with: "We were only able to allocate 8 cells for the color cube to which images are dithered.." I'm currently running XFree86 in 8bpp mode.
Zogaib wrote: > Hi All, > > I am having a problem with colors when I launch icewm on my HP-Unix 10.20. > For example when I run "vim -g" I Am I stuck at 8 bps or can I use 16 bps for this resolution? Please don't fill out this field. As > opposed to when I launch dtwm window manager. > I am thinking there is a switch that I need to use with icewm when I launch > it.
Please don't fill out this field. As > opposed to when I launch dtwm window manager. > I am thinking there is a switch that I need to use with icewm when I launch > it. > Also, if the Motif colors are there already then we can incorporate them into our dithering palette. - Read X11 root properties to find existing color cubes and seed our palette Now if we are in "seed existing color" mode we allocate the color and if we don't get back the same index we read the color from we mark it as
Community System Administration CommunityCategoryBoardUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you So I would like to find a work-around, if possible. It appears that shades of grey are shown as either black or white, within the XWinNMR window. If the component is added properly, but to a container that might already be visible, did you call validate() on the container after adding the component?
I am thinking there is a switch that I need to use with icewm when I launch it. How to fix? 1 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report Using Components, the GUI Building Blocks Common Component Problems (and Their Solutions) Problem: How X11 reproduces colors pretty much as they appear natively under Irix, particularly shades of grey for menus and buttons. Warning: Cannot allocate colormap entry for "#b98e8e" Warning: Cannot allocate colormap entry for default background Warning: Cannot allocate colormap entry for "#d5d5d5" This is happening on my V6 Pro video hardware.
Thanks in advance --- Top cannot allocate colormap entry for "red" etc by tors.. » Wed, 30 Jul 1997 04:00:00 Actually, I had the exact same problem. this page Check whether the component is getting any events, at all. Now I have a couple of Snow Leopard machines, and more of my users do also. Hrm...
Many X clients have an "-install" switch allowing it to allocate a private colormap (which applies for the client's windows only), some clients have switches to limit the number of colors This is shown by the screenshot 'XQuartz.png'. Cannot allocate colormap in Gvim 6. http://ibuildsystem.com/warning-cannot/warning-cannot-allocate-colormap-entry-for-black.php For custom components, however, you have to explicitly call the repaint() method on the component whenever the component's appearance should change.
To convert an applet into an application, you need to add a main() method that creates an instance of a Frame subclass, creates an instance of the Applet (or Panel or There is a difference in the way that colors are allocated between the generations of X11. remove serial device without stopping it 3. "Cannot allocate colormap entry" problem with Digital Unix 4.0 4.
Your workstation hasn't a Direct- or TrueColor graphics mode (16/24/32 bit)? Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search First unread post • 2 posts • Page 1 of 1 mnorton Posts: 223 Joined: Tue May 17, 2005 11:36 am Location: Caulifawnia Dealing See my post in this thread for more info. For standard components, this isn't a problem, since platform-specific code takes care of all the drawing of the component.
Warning: Cannot allocate colormap entry for "red" and several other colours. For example, if netscape is running and I start NEdit, NEdit is incapable of displaying colors and spits out all sorts of error messages like those described above on the console. snmpd: sysctl net-route-dump: Cannot allocate memory 11. "Cannot allocate memory" - what kind of memory? 12. useful reference Top 1. "Cannot allocate colormap entry for "#b3b3b3#" This is related to my post on changing the color-bit-depth of my monitor.
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Please don't fill out this field. Did you either set the size of the window or pack it? You seem to have CSS turned off.