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Re: Problem with colors in emacs


From: Dimitar Haralanov
Subject: Re: Problem with colors in emacs
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 14:52:11 -0700

        Thanx, that fixed the problem quite nicely!

                -- Mitko
        
On Wed, 10 Apr 2002 14:12:26 -0700
"Greg Hill" <address@hidden> wrote:

GH > Dimitar,
GH > 
GH > Try using M-x customize to set the value of your Default face
(under GH > Faces, Basic Faces) to white on black, and save it for
future GH > sessions.  This will put something like
GH > 
GH > (custom-set-faces
GH >   '(default ((t (:foreground "white" :background "black")))))
GH > 
GH > in your .emacs file.
GH > 
GH > --Greg
GH > 
GH > At 12:04 PM -0700 4/10/02, Dimitar Haralanov wrote:
GH > >  Hi all,
GH > >
GH > >  I have been having a problem with emacs and its colors. I
upgraded to GH > >versoin 20.7.1 and that is when it started happening.
Unfortunately, GH > >along with emacs, I upgraded quite a few other
packages, so I am not GH > >sure whether the problem isn't in one of
them.   I have attached a couple GH > >of screen shots so you can see what
is happening. As you can see, if the GH > >text does not have coloring
it appears on a white background.       Here is the GH > >command line that I 
am using:
emacs -fn 6x13 -bg black -fg white -cr red -ms GH > >yellow
GH > >
GH > 
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