Re: How are .Xdefaults files handled under Debian?
While I might indeed have created problems for myself, I NEVER have
capitalized an xterm entry. All of the examples for Xdefaults and
Xresources that I have seen through the years have never had "xTerm",
"Xterm", or "XTerm". While I am quite sure that the resource and resource
class keywords are case sensitive, I am not so sure about the program
Also, the resources such as srollBar seem to accept 'yes', 'true', 'on',
and 'no', 'false', 'off' as synonymous sets.
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On Fri, 5 Dec 1997, Steve Witt wrote:
> On Fri, 5 Dec 1997, Mark Phillips wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I added the line:
> > xterm.scrollBar: true
> > ...
> You've gotten a lot of good info about .Xdefaults or .Xresources but the
> answer to your question about how to enable the scroll bar in an xterm is:
> XTerm*scrollBar: on
> This info is contained in the xterm man page as is nearly all information
> about application specific X resources. Note the capitalization of the
> class name 'XTerm', it is case sensitive. The man page on 'X' has a lot
> of general information about X windows including a section on Resources.
> The man page on xrdb would also be pertinent to this.
> After you've finished this assignment ... :)
> Steve Witt (714) 730-3245
> PairGain Technologies, Inc.
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