This text is in the images directory. It is the
primary figure legend.
This text is from the current (".") directory. It contains the second
legend AND it controls the background. In addition,
it demonstrates an:
By using a thin color bar at the top, this page gives
just html in the figure legend.
One may put anything one wants on such a page, such as images:
How to Control Page Parameters
The color commands are
inside an html comment which looks like this:
- The image for this file is in
- The first legend for this file is in
It appears at the top of this page.
- The second legend for this file is in
"./colorbar.gif.txt". It is the text you are reading
right now. This file also contains
controls for the color of the background
and hypertext links.
Set the colors of background and links.
SlideShow: bgcolor yellow
SlideShow: text blue
SlideShow: link red
SlideShow: vlink #FF00FF
SlideShow: alink blue
More details are in the usage information that
is printed if you run the showscript command without
If you decide to put white text on a background,
it may look cool BUT it will not print on a printer
since (usually) the background is not printed
and you will get white on white.
This is an unfollowed and unfollowable link
so its color is different from the others.
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