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From: Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
Subject: Preview of Tool
Date: 1996/12/23
Message-ID: <199612230718.CAA04288@pluto.solarsystem.org>#1/1
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I thought it would be nifty to have the Windows NT (TM) color schemes
for my Unix fvwm2 setup, so I have written a package to do that.  I've
to do some cleanups and a bit more on it then I might release it.

I want to know if people are interested in a package like this.
Instead of trying to duplicate your color schemes from your Windows NT
(!)  setup (I admit some are not too bad :), what I have working now
will take all of your color schemes and then translate them into a
suitable format for say, fvwm 2 beta or fvwm95 (right now it will give
you a menu of *all* your color schemes from your Windows setup).  It
requires that you actually have a Windows setup to do the obtain the
raw data however.

There are some pics near the bottom of:

http://www.rpi.edu/~veliaa/projects/fvwm_patches/fvwm_modules.html

Merry Christmas!

Andrew
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From: Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
Subject: genscheme 1.0 available
Date: 1996/12/26
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The files are probably still in the Incoming directory.

Genscheme 1.0 is a small package designed to aid you in the otherwise
tedious task of converting your Windows 95 or Windows NT 4 color
schemes to a suitable format for your Linux box.

Sample templates are included for both fvwm2, fvwm95-2 and some
resources (although fvwm95-2 works currently works a bit better for
now, for obvious reasons).  You can convert a single scheme or all
schemes.  Since it is a first release, it should be considered "beta"
quality.

RPMs should also be available where the .tar files are as well (see
below).

Begin3
Title:		genscheme - Windows 95/NT 4 (TM) color scheme to Un*x translator
Version:	1.0
Entered-date:	12/26/96
Keywords:       X11 color scheme Windows translate fvwm2 fvwm95
Description:	Genscheme is a package which helps you migrate color
                schemes from Windows 95 (TM) and Windows NT (TM) to Un*x. 
                You must have Perl version 5, the m4 preprocessor,
                and access to those operating systems (to retrieve the
                color schemes).
Author:		vel...@rpi.edu (Andrew Veliath)
Maintained-by:	vel...@rpi.edu (Andrew Veliath)
Primary-site:	sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/X11/xutils/colors
		30k genscheme-1.0.tar.gz
Copying-policy:	Freely available, but copyrighted
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From: Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
Subject: genscheme 1.0 - translate your Windows 95/NT 4 color schemes
Date: 1997/01/05
Message-ID: <pgpmoose.199701050444.28265@liw.clinet.fi>#1/1
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Genscheme 1.0 is a small package designed to aid you in the otherwise
tedious task of converting your Windows 95 or Windows NT 4 color
schemes to a suitable format for your Linux box.

Sample templates are included for both fvwm2, fvwm95-2 and some
resources (although fvwm95-2 works currently works a bit better for
now, for obvious reasons).  You can convert a single scheme or all
schemes.  Since it is a first release, it should be considered "beta"
quality.

RPMs should also be available where the .tar files are as well (see
below).

Begin3
Title:		genscheme - Windows 95/NT 4 (TM) color scheme to Un*x translator
Version:	1.0
Entered-date:	12/26/96
Keywords:       X11 color scheme Windows translate fvwm2 fvwm95
Description:	Genscheme is a package which helps you migrate color
                schemes from Windows 95 (TM) and Windows NT (TM) to Un*x. 
                You must have Perl version 5, the m4 preprocessor,
                and access to those operating systems (to retrieve the
                color schemes).
Author:		vel...@rpi.edu (Andrew Veliath)
Maintained-by:	vel...@rpi.edu (Andrew Veliath)
Primary-site:	sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/X11/xutils/colors
		30k genscheme-1.0.tar.gz
Copying-policy:	Freely available, but copyrighted
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