Re: Emacs and ~/.Xdefaults
Ethan Benson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On 22/1/2000 Big Gaute wrote:
> >to my ~/.xsession. However this only has an effect if I start emacs
> >from the xterm started in my .xsession; if I launch emacs from the
> >fvwm2 menus it does not work.
> >What should I do?
> mv ~/.Xdefaults ~/.Xresources
> coming from Redhat?
No, just reading the manual:
Programs running under the X Window System organize their user
options under a hierarchy of classes and resources. You can specify
default values for these options in your X resources file, usually named
It only specifies 'usually' here, but it's still a bit confusing.
Should I file a (wishlist) bug report, do you think?
Big Gaute (not to be confused with LG)
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