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Konstantin L Kouptsov
Thu, 17 Oct 2002 18:08:09 -0400
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I am a little disappointed with the default colors in my emacs settings.
I have an Emacs version 20.7. When I open a new emacs window, it is
colored dark green by default (which is fine). When start typing new
text, the text is shown as black on the white background. When I turn
the font-lock mode on, some of the keywords (c or latex) are colored in
a number of colors with the correct (dark green) background (which is
fine also), but the regular text remains black on white background. I
was trying to change either its color or the background with no results.
I expect the regular text to have the same background color as the rest
of the buffer. Probably there is something missing in the font-lock.el
or similar files.
What to do?
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