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[squirrelmail.git] / themes / monostochastic.php
1 <?php
2
3 /**
4 * monostochastic.php
5 * Name: Monostochastic
6 * Date: October 20, 2001
7 * Comment: Generates random two-color frames, featuring either
8 * a dark or light background.
9 *
10 * @author Jorey Bump
11 * @copyright &copy; 2000-2005 The SquirrelMail Project Team
12 * @license http://opensource.org/licenses/gpl-license.php GNU Public License
13 * @version $Id$
14 * @package squirrelmail
15 * @subpackage themes
16 */
17
18 /** seed the random number generator */
19 sq_mt_randomize();
20
21 /** light(1) or dark(0) background toggle **/
22 $bg = mt_rand(0,1);
23
24 /** range delimiter **/
25 $bgrd = $bg * 128;
26
27 /** background **/
28 $cmin_b = 0 + $bgrd;
29 $cmax_b = 127 + $bgrd;
30
31 /** generate random color **/
32 $rb = mt_rand($cmin_b,$cmax_b);
33 $gb = mt_rand($cmin_b,$cmax_b);
34 $bb = mt_rand($cmin_b,$cmax_b);
35
36 /** text **/
37 $cmin_t = 128 - $bgrd;
38 $cmax_t = 255 - $bgrd;
39
40 /** generate random color **/
41 $rt = mt_rand($cmin_t,$cmax_t);
42 $gt = mt_rand($cmin_t,$cmax_t);
43 $bt = mt_rand($cmin_t,$cmax_t);
44
45 /** set array element as hex string with hashmark (for HTML output) **/
46 for ($i = 0; $i <= 15; $i++) {
47 if ($i == 0 or $i == 3 or $i == 4 or $i == 5 or $i == 9 or $i == 10 or $i == 12) {
48 $color[$i] = sprintf('#%02X%02X%02X',$rb,$gb,$bb);
49 } else {
50 $color[$i] = sprintf('#%02X%02X%02X',$rt,$gt,$bt);
51 }
52 }
53
54 /* Reference from http://www.squirrelmail.org/wiki/CreatingThemes
55
56 $color[0] = '#xxxxxx'; // Title bar at the top of the page header
57 $color[1] = '#xxxxxx'; // Not currently used
58 $color[2] = '#xxxxxx'; // Error messages (usually red)
59 $color[3] = '#xxxxxx'; // Left folder list background color
60 $color[4] = '#xxxxxx'; // Normal background color
61 $color[5] = '#xxxxxx'; // Header of the message index
62 // (From, Date,Subject)
63 $color[6] = '#xxxxxx'; // Normal text on the left folder list
64 $color[7] = '#xxxxxx'; // Links in the right frame
65 $color[8] = '#xxxxxx'; // Normal text (usually black)
66 $color[9] = '#xxxxxx'; // Darker version of #0
67 $color[10] = '#xxxxxx'; // Darker version of #9
68 $color[11] = '#xxxxxx'; // Special folders color (INBOX, Trash, Sent)
69 $color[12] = '#xxxxxx'; // Alternate color for message list
70 // Alters between #4 and this one
71 $color[13] = '#xxxxxx'; // Color for quoted text -- > 1 quote
72 $color[14] = '#xxxxxx'; // Color for quoted text -- >> 2 or more
73
74 */
75
76 ?>