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This isn't monochrome. Stroke and fill colors can be specified per-shape, just not in the diagram itself.

XPM isn't monochrome either, though. I always thought XPM was an elegant hack, since I could just #include my icons into the C source for my Xt or Motif applications. I don't miss the rest of Xt and Motif, particularly the pseudo-object-oriented C style code, or the twenty kilograms of O'Reilly books containing the documentation!

So, you're a straight Xlib via man pages person?

I use the same trick to include icons in my wxWidgets/C++ applications.

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