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From: alspr_ess
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Date: Mon, 01 Jul 2002 00:52:40 +0200













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To: Miles Bader <address@hidden>
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Subject: Re: Colors getting screwed up after set-foreground-color.
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From: address@hidden (Alfred M. Szmidt)
Date: 01 Jul 2002 01:08:02 +0200
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* Miles Bader writes:
> The definition of `message-header-to-face' (in lisp/gnus/message.el)
> says to use "MidnightBlue" for light backgrounds and "green2" for dark
> backgrounds.  I suspect this is what you're seeing.  If so, why do you
> think it's a bug?

Yes, this is probably what I am seeing.  The only reason why I
consider this a bug (or an annoying feature) is that it lacks
documentation (couldn't find anything in the Emacs manual).  It would
be nice if there was a small blurb in the manual that Emacs tries to
pick a color scheme that suits light/dark backgrounds.  And how to
disable it, if that is possible.  Because I actually prefer the
"light" colors on a dark background.

Alfred M. Szmidt

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