Re: xemacs appearance
On Fri, Jun 04, 1999 at 12:34:02PM -0800, Ben Lutgens wrote:
> When I first started using Linux, it was RedHat 5.0. The emacs it had
> with it was much more aesthetic than the one I have now. It was kind of a
> green and gold color scheme with small buttons and what not. My question is:
> wtf happened to that emacs is it an .Xdefaults/.xsesson issue? If so how do I
> go about changing my xemacs to look this way. For most everything I use vim
> but I liked the old emacs and might use it more if it was like that again.
at the bottom is the grepped emacs stuff out of my .Xresources, replace my
colours with those you like - but it should also be possible to change it
under the menu help/customize...
xemacs has some icons... if you need them, you should use that thing, but
you pay for those [silly ;-)] buttons and icons. font-lock is much slower, at
least factor 10 I'd say (making in unusable for big data fields in R-Mode on
a 2xP166), also the speed of the customizing stuff is no fun. I was used to
use xemacs, but it crashed on a friend's Cyrix 5x86 (even self-compiled). So
I tried the original emacs and was impressed. With the following stuff it
also looks nice, IMHO. I also changed the font-lock colours a bit.