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Re: Possible to alter the "M-x" string that is displayed when M-x is pre
Re: Possible to alter the "M-x" string that is displayed when M-x is pressed to enter a command?
Fri, 05 Jul 2013 23:07:34 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.4 (gnu/linux)
Chris Seberino <email@example.com> writes:
>> (set-face-foreground 'minibuffer-prompt nil)
> nil gave an error for me
For me, it works - I get the default face (cyan - `M-x
describe-face default') - but - why set it to nil, instead of the
color of your choice?
I like it green to make it distinct from the input string, which
is - cyan. I don't know if this face has a name to - perhaps not,
as auto-completion only gives me minibuffer-prompt on minibuffer-
> Also setting to background color allows one to hide the "M-x".
> The problem is that that also hides EVERY command prompt..not
> just "M-x"!
*Laughter*! Yes. Perhaps we have lost focus, by now? :)
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Re: Possible to alter the "M-x" string that is displayed when M-x is pressed to enter a command?, Teemu Likonen, 2013/07/05