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> Warning Cannot Allocate Colormap Entry For Default Background
Warning Cannot Allocate Colormap Entry For Default Background
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 See AnimatorApplet.java and AnimatorApplication.java for examples of an applet and an application that implement the same functionality. Problem: Whenever I execute a Java application with a GUI, I get this Remote access to SGI Irix is very user friendly, as anything can be accessed via the floating Toolchest, which can be run remotely. Any help would be appreciated. his comment is here
Best solution is to invest few bucks into a TrueColor graphics adaptor. There is a difference in the way that colors are allocated between the generations of X11. 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. Why is this image causing the Cannot allocate collormap error?
How should I go about fixing it? can't allocate colormap entry for "brown" 11. Q: "Can not allocate colormap entry..." 10.
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. 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 It starts but during start-up it keeps warning me: Cannot allocate colormap entry for default background. It appears that shades of grey are shown as either black or white, within the XWinNMR window.
Check whether the component is getting any events, at all. Forum rules Any posts concerning pirated software or offering to buy/sell/trade commercial software are subject to removal. Invoking repaint() on a container of the component is not good enough. 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. >
Except where noted, anywhere in this trail that you see a subclass of the Applet class, you can substitute a subclass of the Panel class or, if the subclass isn't used http://www.keen.com 2. In particular, if you use absolute positioning (no layout manager), you must explicitly set the size of your components, or they just won't show up. 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
The solution is to move out of 8 bit (256) color, try 16 or 24 bit and everything is hunky-dory. Problem: All your examples are of applets. The lack of the GUI filer window is not a huge problem, but most of my users are happier with a GUI than a unix shell. For example when I run "vim -g" I get the following error: >vim -g Warning: Cannot allocate colormap entry for default background And so I cannot see colored text, everything is
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 content and the named colors do not appear in the gvim-window, allthough they are known in the X-wide rgb.txt file. To quit, use System.exit(). With both X11 and XQuartz I can start a Toolchest and run the XwinNMR program, but color handling is different.
What does it exactly mean (wrong rights?)? Next Topic:Using debugger under Windows Goto Forum: - NewcomersNewcomers- Language IDEsAJDTAndmoreC / C++ IDE (CDT)CheJava Development Tools (JDT)ObjectteamsOrionPHP Development Tools (PDT)Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project (WTP)ServerTools (WTP)- ModelingAMPAmalgamB3ATLBPEL DesignerCompareEcore ToolsEMFEMF "Technology" For custom components, however, you have to explicitly call the repaint() method on the component whenever the component's appearance should change. weblink Please don't fill out this field.
So I would like to find a work-around, if possible. How do I apply them to applications? Top nekonoko Site Admin Posts: 8132 Joined: Thu Jan 23, 2003 1:31 am Location: Pleasanton, California Contact: Contact nekonoko Website AOL Quote Unread postby nekonoko » Sat Dec 03, 2005 2:49
Or just add the component to another container, since that automatically removes the component from its previous container.
Please don't fill out this field. You might get some insight into your problem by reading Details of the Component Architecture. Using Components, the GUI Building Blocks thanks in advance. Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products.
For example, many standard components don't pass through mouse events, so the AWT can't generate Event objects for them. Screenshot instructions: Windows Mac Red Hat Linux Ubuntu Click URL instructions: Right-click on ad, choose "Copy Link", then paste here → (This may not be possible with some types of If you don't see your problem in this list, see Common Layout Problems and, for custom components, Common Graphics Problems. check over here If you have Imlib on your machine you can select color palettes for images rendered by Imlib by calling imlib_config.
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Please don't fill out this field. What must i change to get rid of this message? All Rights Reserved. Finally, if you have plenty of money and can find out, might upgrade to a 16 bit or better framebuffer.
gvim, 'cannot allocate colormap entry' I'm using gvim 5.6 on SOLARIS with Motif. In general, it's easy to convert an applet into an application, as long as the applet doesn't rely on any special applet abilities (such as using methods defined in the Applet Exception Dbc::get: Cannot allocate memory 13. X11 reproduces colors pretty much as they appear natively under Irix, particularly shades of grey for menus and buttons.
No, thanks DashboardsProjectsIssuesAgile Help Online Help JIRA Agile Help Keyboard Shortcuts About JIRA JIRA Credits Log In Watched Subcomponents Export Tools JDKJDK-1191980Cannot allocate colormap entry for default backgroundAgile Board ExportXMLWordPrintable Details help about barcode 5. Hide Permalink Defect Conversion BT2 (Inactive) added a comment - 2004-06-14 06:34 BT2:CONVERTED DATA BugTraq+ Release Management Values COMMIT TO FIX: 1.1 FIXED IN: 1.1 INTEGRATED IN: 1.1 VERIFIED IN: 1.1.1 If your component is a custom component (a Canvas subclass, for example), does it implement the getMinimumSize() and getPreferredSize() methods so that they return the correct size of the component?
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 I wouldn't use xli anyway - it's much easier to use the built-in background support in IRIX 6.5.22+. How to re-config NIS client to the new NIS server 9. Can you use another event type, such as ACTION_EVENT (handled by the action() method), instead?