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comp.windows.x Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 7/7
Section - 179) Why can't my program get a standard colormap?

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I have an image-processing program which uses XGetRGBColormap() to get the 
standard colormap, but it doesn't work. 

	XGetRGBColormap() when used with the property XA_RGB_DEFAULT_MAP does 
not create a standard colormap -- it just returns one if one already exists.
Use xstdcmap or do what it does in order to create the standard colormap first.

[1/91; from der Mouse (mouse@larry.mcrcim.mcgill.edu)]

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