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bug#4194: 23.0.91; Cursor face not changing

From: Nikolaj Schumacher
Subject: bug#4194: 23.0.91; Cursor face not changing
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 22:56:44 +0200

Sorry for the delay. I checked this again using a build from today.

On 2009-05-31, at 17:27, Adrian Robert wrote:

On Apr 3, 2009, at 5:33 AM, Chong Yidong wrote:

Although I am able to configure the cursor face using the usual
custumization tool, the real colors/face doesn't change.

I can't reproduce this, so it's likely a bug on NS.  Adrian, can you
reproduce it?

I cannot.

Setting the background color seems to work now. The foreground color, inverse-video, and others don't stick.

Nikolaj Schumacher added later that:

The same seems to happen for the region face.  The background color
reverts to ns_selection_color sometime after the custom variables are
read.  (It works when reading the custom settings again, later.)

I looked at the code and cannot see how this could be happening. The region face is set to ns_selection_color in ns-win.el, but this should be overridden by .emacs read later. This should have been cleared up by David Reitter's changes around 2009-03-14, though since the ChangeLog entries are incomplete it is difficult to be certain when the last broken code was removed.

Anyway, if you still observe these in a recent build let me know and I'll go on a more thorough witch-hunt.

I've looked at this further, and it seems to work with an empty .emacs.
It fails with my configuration, because I set the frame's background color like this:

  (setq default-frame-alist
        '((background-color . "#040420")
          (foreground-color . "wheat")))

If I don't set the background-color, I get my customized region face.

If I manually evaluate the line after the initial frame was created, any additional frame uses the default ns_selection_color for the region. The first frame and customize-face keep my color.


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