Re: How are .Xdefaults files handled under Debian?
Wintermute hat gesagt: // Wintermute wrote:
> If you want to find the resource listing for ANY X program you can use
> the tool 'resedit' which comes with a normal X install. Read up on it
^^^^^^^ It's "editres" on my debian box.
> first though, it's not the most intuitive of programs, but it will
> enable you to see all of a programs resources, with their full names,
> and save certain ones to a file of your choice for later inclusion into
> your .Xdefaults/.Xresources file.
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