Commit b7314ef7 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* doc/emacs/display.texi (Colors): Mention list-colors-sort.

parent a9410bdf
2012-02-04 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* display.texi (Colors): Mention list-colors-sort.
* files.texi (File Conveniences): Mention image animation.
2012-01-31 Chong Yidong <cyd@gnu.org>
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......@@ -524,16 +524,18 @@ specify a color for a face---for instance, when customizing the face
or an @dfn{RGB triplet}.
@findex list-colors-display
@vindex list-colors-sort
A color name is a pre-defined name, such as @samp{dark orange} or
@samp{medium sea green}. To view a list of color names, type @kbd{M-x
list-colors-display}. If you run this command on a graphical display,
it shows the full range of color names known to Emacs (these are the
standard X11 color names, defined in X's @file{rgb.txt} file). If you
run the command on a text-only terminal, it shows only a small subset
of colors that can be safely displayed on such terminals. However,
Emacs understands X11 color names even on text-only terminals; if a
face is given a color specified by an X11 color name, it is displayed
using the closest-matching terminal color.
list-colors-display}. To control the order in which colors are shown,
customize @code{list-colors-sort}. If you run this command on a
graphical display, it shows the full range of color names known to Emacs
(these are the standard X11 color names, defined in X's @file{rgb.txt}
file). If you run the command on a text-only terminal, it shows only a
small subset of colors that can be safely displayed on such terminals.
However, Emacs understands X11 color names even on text-only terminals;
if a face is given a color specified by an X11 color name, it is
displayed using the closest-matching terminal color.
An RGB triplet is a string of the form @samp{#RRGGBB}. Each of the
R, G, and B components is a hexadecimal number specifying the
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