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Re: mode-line foreground


From: Tim X
Subject: Re: mode-line foreground
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2011 09:56:21 +1100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Bogolisk <address@hidden> writes:

> Tim X <timx <at> nospam.dev.null> writes:
>
>
>> What version of Emacs? This is important as there have been a few
>> changes in mode-line faces since emacs 21.
>
> 23.2
>
>> 
>> How are you customizing the face i.e. in your .emacs or by using
>> customize?
>
> Yes, customize-face
>
>> 
>> If you run M-x list-faces-display and click on the sample text for the
>> mode-line face, what does it show? If you click on the face name and
>> customize it, does that help?
>
> describe-face in the original frame show the customized colour. But describe-
> face in any new frame show mode-line's :foreground as #101010.
>
>> 
>> What environment are you running udner i.e. X, xterm, console, windows,
>
> gnome+X. sled 10 or 11, I don't remember because I'm at home right now.
>

Have you customized default-frame-alist and initial-frame-alist? Sounds
like you may be setting the modeline face in one and not other other. 

Note that I don't set these variables i.e. they are at their default and
have heavily customized faces, running under emacs 23.3 and emacs
24.0.50 and I don't see this problem, so I suspect it is something in
your .emacs file or one of the packages you load. 

I would sugest moving your .emacs to something like emacs-backup and
then start emacs with clean defaults, customize the mode-line using M-x
cusotmize-face and see if the problem persists when you create new
frames. If it doesn't, then you know it is something in your setup. If
it still persists, you will have a simple recipe to use for logging a
bug report. 

BTW, check you don't have something in your .Xresources that may be
changing face colours. 

Tim

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tcross (at) rapttech dot com dot au


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