Emacs Colors are driving me crazy!
bogusdrop at myself.com
Tue Aug 13 03:57:17 CEST 2002
"Bo M. Maryniuck" <b.maryniuk at forbis.lt> wrote in message news:<mailman.1028966664.24815.python-list at python.org>...
> On Saturday 10 August 2002 02:44, TuxTrax wrote:
> > Donovan Rebbechi <elflord at panix.com> wrote in message
> > news:<slrnal6a0b.f5.elflord at panix2.panix.com>...
> > > Uncheck that box and restart KDE
> > Thanks donovan. I didn't know I had to restart KDE. Most things get
> > changed by just clicking "apply". Wierd.
> You shouldn't reastart KDE (that's not a M$ windoze), but just only resta
> rt an
> application where KDE colors are "inherited".
I stopped thinking microsoft a long time ago. So I didn't think to
restart KDE. But the fact is, nothing else worked. I did restart the
application after applying the new settings and it didn't work. As
donovan said, It was neccessary to restart kde after changing the
settings and clicking apply, to get the colors in emacs right again.
Why this is, is less important to me than the fact that it worked. Not
having emacs, halted my python programming in it's tracks. But thanks
for the input.
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