File: Gnuplot.app-defaults

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! X resources for gnuplot x11 terminal driver
! More information available in the gnuplot documentation
! From inside gnuplot, try 'help set term x11'

! User interface settings
  gnuplot*exportselection:  on
  gnuplot*fastrotate:   on
  gnuplot*feedback:     on
! gnuplot*ctrlq:        off
  gnuplot*persist:      off
! gnuplot*raise:        on
  gnuplot*dashed:       off

! Default font and font encoding
! gnuplot*font:        verdana,11,bold
! gnuplot*encoding:    iso8859-15

! Default line colors
! gnuplot*background:  white
  gnuplot*textColor:   black
  gnuplot*borderColor: black
  gnuplot*axisColor:   black
  gnuplot*line1Color:  red
  gnuplot*line2Color:  green
  gnuplot*line3Color:  blue
  gnuplot*line4Color:  magenta
  gnuplot*line5Color:  cyan
  gnuplot*line6Color:  sienna
  gnuplot*line7Color:  orange
  gnuplot*line8Color:  coral

! Default line widths
  gnuplot*axisWidth:   0
  gnuplot*borderWidth: 2
  gnuplot*line1Width:  1
  gnuplot*line2Width:  1
  gnuplot*line3Width:  1
  gnuplot*line4Width:  1
  gnuplot*line5Width:  1
  gnuplot*line6Width:  1
  gnuplot*line7Width:  1
  gnuplot*line8Width:  1

! Default point size
  gnuplot*pointsize:   1

! Default dash patterns for monochrome Displays
! 0 means a solid line.
! A two-digit number `jk` means a dashed line with a repeated pattern of 
! `j` pixels on followed by `k` pixels off.  For example, '16' is a dotted
! line with one pixel on followed by six pixels off.
! More elaborate on/off patterns can be specified with a four-digit value.
! The default values shown below are for monochrome displays
! or monochrome rendering on color or grayscale displays.  For color displays,
! the default for each is 0 (solid line) except for `axisDashes`
  gnuplot*borderDashes:   0
  gnuplot*axisDashes:    16
  gnuplot*line1Dashes:    0
  gnuplot*line2Dashes:   42
  gnuplot*line3Dashes:   13
  gnuplot*line4Dashes:   44
  gnuplot*line5Dashes:   15
  gnuplot*line6Dashes: 4441
  gnuplot*line7Dashes:   42
  gnuplot*line8Dashes:   13

! Colormap usage and preferred visual Display class
! gnuplot*maxcolors:  <integer>
! gnuplot*mincolors:  <integer>
! gnuplot*visual:     <visual name>
  gnuplot*mono:         off
  gnuplot*gray:         off
  gnuplot*reverseVideo: off

! Grayscale setting (only checked if program is invoked as gnuplot -gray)
  gnuplot*textGray:   black
  gnuplot*borderGray: gray50
  gnuplot*axisGray:   gray50
  gnuplot*line1Gray:  gray100
  gnuplot*line2Gray:  gray60
  gnuplot*line3Gray:  gray80
  gnuplot*line4Gray:  gray40
  gnuplot*line5Gray:  gray90
  gnuplot*line6Gray:  gray50
  gnuplot*line7Gray:  gray70
  gnuplot*line8Gray:  gray30