At 11:29 AM -0700 5/20/2006, Garrett Hylltun wrote:
>Does anyone know what the math equations are behind getting the
>Saturation and Value of a color?
>Hmmmm, maybe I should elaborate more.
>I have sliders setup for RGB, and I actually have figured out how to
>setup a slider for Hue, but I can't figure out how to code some
>sliders for Saturation and Value.
Right. So, the same technique I think should still apply as long as you
can display the gui look'n'feel you'd like to use.
If all else fails, d/l a 30-day trial of Rev for the desired GUI
look'n'feel *after* you've got code more or less working and take the
screen shots (of, I'm guessing, buttons, menus and the like). Use a
bitmap editor to separate each of the elements and script them.
Remember you'll need to get hilited/unhilited/enabled/disabled and
armed/unarmed states for buttons and the like...
Why isn't there a decent common GUI for linux?
On Sat, 20 May 2006, Garrett Hylltun wrote:
> Hi Judy,
> Well, I don't mean the title bar and resize, just the gui elements that
> are actually affected when we use the look & feel emulation in Rev itself.
> Whether it's Gnome or KDE, the title bar and resize stuff is all fine,
> it's just that ugly motif look that comes with using the linux engine in
> Rev that's a bummer.
> Using the Windows emulated or Mac OS Platinum emulated looks far better
> than the Motif.