Defines the color scheme for black and white displays.
This file is chosen if the display cannot produce at least
Defines the color scheme for color displays. This file is
chosen if the display can produce 16 or more colors.
Defines the button and key bindings for the mouse and
Defines the window dimensions and fonts for high
resolution display (1000 pixels or more vertically).
Defines the window dimensions and fonts for low
resolution displays (less than 1000 pixels vertically).
Debug.Label (or Debug.$LANG) resides in the directory
/usr/hp64000/lib/X11/HP64_schemes. This directory is the upper level directory
for scheme files. The other five files are in subdirectories below this one
named by platform (or operating system). For example, the HP 9000 scheme
files are in the subdirectory /usr/hp64000/lib/X11/HP64_schemes/HP-UX.
Like the app-defaults file, these scheme files are system files and should not be
You can create your own scheme files, if you choose
The debugger's graphical interface supports user-defined scheme files. The
interface searches two places for user-defined scheme files and loads any it
finds after loading the system scheme files. Refer to any of the scheme files
mentioned for information about where to place your own scheme files.
Scheme files continue the load sequence for X resources
Scheme files extend the load order for finding X resources. System scheme file
resources override all other resources gathered so far, and user-defined
scheme files, in turn, override the system scheme files. Continuing from the
load order list previously, the scheme files follow, in the order
/usr/hp64000/lib/X11/HP64_schemes/< platform> /Debug.< scheme>
Chapter 8: X Resources and the Graphical Interface