|Subject:||RE: Dark mode by default|
|Date:||Sat, 12 Sep 2020 23:58:21 +0000|
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Från: Tim Van den Langenbergh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Datum: 2020-09-13 00:41 (GMT+01:00)
Ämne: Re: Dark mode by default
> The recent proposal to use dark mode by default brings up a technical
> question: I thought Emacs's default foreground and background colors
> were not hardcoded by Emacs but were taken from the user's "general"
> config (i.e. the desktop environment).
> Does this mechanism fail to work for some reason, or have desktop
> environments just stopped providing that info?
Under KDE on OpenSUSE Tumbleweed Emacs gets default colours from
my Desktop Environment settings.
I have also noticed that if I define background, foreground, as well as
color0, color1,..., color15 in my .Xresources file Emacs prefers those settings
over my DE settings.
I have noticed there are users who are unfortunately stuck on Apple's MacOS, I
think they may have issues setting a colour scheme (I once had a job where
MacOS Yosemite was required, I couldn't find a way to change theming settings).
As for Microsoft Windows, I unfortunately don't know if it has any sort of
standard for theming settings.
-Tim Van den Langenbergh
There are users like me who don't run a desktop like KDE or Gnome on their shiny GNU/Linux OS either but prefer a simpler window manager instead.
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