Category : Alternate Operating Systems - Quarterdeck DesqView, CP/M, etc
Archive   : DVX_XPM.ZIP
Filename : COLORS.XPM

 
Output of file : COLORS.XPM contained in archive : DVX_XPM.ZIP
#define colors_format 1
#define colors_width 8
#define colors_height 8
#define colors_ncolors 64
#define colors_chars_per_pixel 2
static char * colors_colors[] = {
" " , "LightGrey",
". " , "Grey",
"X " , "Red",
"o " , "Coral",
"O " , "OrangeRed",
"+ " , "Tan",
"@ " , "MediumVioletRed",
"# " , "VioletRed",
"$ " , "Gold",
"% " , "Orange",
"& " , "Pink",
"* " , "Brown",
"= " , "Sienna",
"- " , "Maroon",
"; " , "Firebrick",
": " , "Salmon",
"? " , "IndianRed",
"> " , "Yellow",
", " , "MediumGoldenrod",
"< " , "Goldenrod",
"1 " , "Wheat",
"2 " , "Khaki",
"3 " , "Green",
"4 " , "MediumSpringGreen",
"5 " , "SpringGreen",
"6 " , "Aquamarine",
"7 " , "GreenYellow",
"8 " , "MediumAquamarine",
"9 " , "LimeGreen",
"0 " , "YellowGreen",
"q " , "PaleGreen",
"w " , "SeaGreen",
"e " , "ForestGreen",
"r " , "MediumForestGreen",
"t " , "MediumSeaGreen",
"y " , "DarkGreen",
"u " , "DarkOliveGreen",
"i " , "Magenta",
"p " , "Plum",
"a " , "Orchid",
"s " , "Thistle",
"d " , "BlueViolet",
"f " , "Violet",
"g " , "Blue",
"h " , "MediumSlateBlue",
"j " , "SlateBlue",
"k " , "MediumOrchid",
"l " , "DarkTurquoise",
"z " , "LightBlue",
"x " , "MediumBlue",
"c " , "SkyBlue",
"v " , "DarkOrchid",
"b " , "LightSteelBlue",
"n " , "CadetBlue",
"m " , "DarkSlateBlue",
"M " , "NavyBlue",
"N " , "SteelBlue",
"B " , "CornflowerBlue",
"V " , "MidnightBlue",
"C " , "Cyan",
"Z " , "Turquoise",
"A " , "MediumTurquoise",
"S " , "DarkSlateGrey",
"D " , "DimGrey"
} ;
static char * colors_pixels[] = {
" . X o O + @ # ",
"$ % & * = - ; : ",
"? > , < 1 2 3 4 ",
"5 6 7 8 9 0 q w ",
"e r t y u i p a ",
"s d f g h j k l ",
"z x c v b n m M ",
"N B V C Z A S D "
} ;


  3 Responses to “Category : Alternate Operating Systems - Quarterdeck DesqView, CP/M, etc
Archive   : DVX_XPM.ZIP
Filename : COLORS.XPM

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/