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bug#14984: 24.3.50; "-bg black" command line option should automatically
bug#14984: 24.3.50; "-bg black" command line option should automatically set foreground color
Wed, 14 Aug 2019 21:07:34 -0700
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.50 (gnu/linux)
Miles Bader <address@hidden> writes:
> The Emacs defaults are white background and black foreground colors.
> If one starts emacs with just "-bg black", it results in black text on a
> black background, although most colored emacs faces are ok as they
> automatically adapt the black background.
> This is obviously not so user friendly, and it would be good if emacs
> automatically chose a foreground color to match the background color
> (absent any explicit "-fg" option).
Hm... Well, it might be more user-friendly, but I think it would be
slightly surprising to also change the -fg colour when you set -bg on
the command line. The foreground colour may be specified in .Xdefaults
I guess if there is absolutely no foreground colour specification, then
setting the foreground upon -bg black would be friendlier, but what if
the user said -bf "#000001" (i.e., "almost black")?
So I think special-casing one particular value to DWIM would be
difficult to justify, and I'm closing this bug report.
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- bug#14984: 24.3.50; "-bg black" command line option should automatically set foreground color,
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