Definition of nonsolid color in English:

nonsolid color

Syllabification: non·so·lid col·or
Pronunciation: /ˌnänˌsälid ˈkələr
 
/

noun

Computing
  • A color simulated by a pattern of dots of other colors, extending the range of colors available.
    More example sentences
    • A desktop scheme can yield dithered colors for some items when it is not possible to reconcile a non-solid color to the reserved colors on both displays.
    • In particular, in another arrangement, the buffer area 50 of the sample color area 44 is a predefined non-solid color.

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