Remco Blaakmeer writes:
> On Sun, 25 Jan 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> > Is there a list of all the variables used in the .Xresources file?
> No, that list would be far too large. Many programs have a file in
How large is "too large"? 8-)
> /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults/ that contains some defaults. You are not
> supposed to edit these files, but anything you put in .Xdefaults will
> override them.
> Also, you can use the editres program to find out what resources a program
Thanks for the tip. I just found out another "command" that I didn't know that
I had. 8-)
> knows of. You can use this program to change them, but it can not display
> the current values. It is a program you can do cool things with, though.
> Imagine changing the color or the font of one specific button. It can save
> any changes you made to a file that you can merge into Xresources.
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