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Re: setting default face background

From: Chuck Siska
Subject: Re: setting default face background
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 09:37:19 -0800

michael --

put the following in your .emacs file:

  (set-background-color "darkseagreen")

you can also try M-x set-background-color and when prompted, 
supply DarkSeaGreen.  good luck.

-- chuck siska

michael wrote:
> I am having a problem with the background face of my default font being
> white instead of the emacs background color.  ( emacs -bg DarkSeaGreen )
> I can set it by:
> M-x set-face-background default DarkSeaGreen
> but I'd like to do it in .emacs   anyone know how to access that
> variable?
> -or-
> how do I force the default face to inheret the the background color?
> I have what appear to me to be two identical setups and one inherets the
> color properly and one doesn't.
> thanks!
> michael

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