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Re: make ps-print-buffer-with-faces all bold

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: make ps-print-buffer-with-faces all bold
Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2016 22:42:38 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.4 (gnu/linux)

myglc2 wrote:

>> Last, aren't there other attributes than
>> foreground and background? Perhaps you can
>> find a function that returns the whole
>> thing, and then just set it to bold?
> The ps-print.el public interface requires
> this custom structure.

OK, because if you use `describe-function' you
get a whole lot of stuff!

But perhaps PostScript in this case (?) only
uses what you mention?

Actually it all I use for faces. Foreground,
background, and bold or not (the foreground).

    (modify-face 'erc-header-line "white"  "magenta"  nil t)

The fourth argument is the foreground boldness;
the third is "stipple".

A lot of the properties are not supported in
the Linux VTs. Maybe they look cool in X?

Ironic thing is, rms wanted to make Emacs
a word processor for the masses. Instead it
stayed, and became even more so, a text editor
and programming tool for the computer elite.

           Family: unspecified
          Foundry: unspecified
            Width: unspecified
           Height: unspecified
           Weight: normal
            Slant: normal
       Foreground: blue
DistantForeground: unspecified
       Background: unspecified
        Underline: nil
         Overline: unspecified
   Strike-through: unspecified
              Box: unspecified
          Inverse: nil
          Stipple: unspecified
             Font: unspecified
          Fontset: unspecified
          Inherit: unspecified

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