You can remap any of the 16 colors supported by UTS 60 terminals. The colors, sometimes referred to as pens, are defined in the UTS 60 graphics protocol description. You can substitute a different color for each pen. This option is useful for reconfiguring an image which displays nicely, but is not suitable for printing (for example, a picture with a black background).
To remap a color
Use the Picture Preferences dialog box to select a base color, and then modify the values listed in the Red, Green and Blue edit boxes until you achieve the desired color.
The values in the Red, Green and Blue boxes indicate the proportions used to create the selected color. All three colors combined at 255 intensity create white; all three colors blended at 0 (zero) intensity create black.