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Re: Icon displayed wrong

From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: Icon displayed wrong
Date: Sun, 20 May 2007 00:18:14 +0100
User-agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20070326)

Richard Stallman wrote:
> Is the inconsistency in icon style visible in the version that will be
> Emacs 22.1?  Does it look bad?

The prerequisites for hitting this bug are:

1. No XPM support or a monochrome display.
2. User has set the Emacs.tool-bar.attributeForeground XResource to
something other than black.

Point 1 limits the potential audience of the bug to people with X on a
monochome display, and Windows users without the xpm image library. I
don't know how many of the first group exist but I think it will be very
small, and the process for setting XResources is sufficiently difficult
on Windows that anyone capable of doing that is surely capable of
downloading and installing xpm libraries.

In trying to reproduce this bug, I saw another bug that makes the
tool-bar icons inconsistent regardless of whether we replace these icons
or not. Changing the foreground of the tool-bar face in .emacs does not
take effect for the icons that are displayed when Emacs starts. Likewise
when a user uses customize-face to change the tool-bar face, only
tool-bar icons that have not yet been displayed are affected.

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