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Re: emacs -nw niggles

From: Richard Banach
Subject: Re: emacs -nw niggles
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2017 14:49:11 +0100
User-agent: Heirloom mailx 12.5 7/5/10

Mario Castelán Castro <> wrote:

| On 29/08/17 12:12, Richard Banach wrote:
| > hi,
| > 
| > it's not quite like yours ... i attach two screenshots
| > 
| > 1) with proper menu bar ... this is emacs running in its own window
| > with a color scheme it got from somewhere ... pale and cute but less
| > helpful for me
| > 
| > 2) with pretend black menu bar ... and ugly underlining ... this is emacs 
| > running in an xterm ... as you mentioned, hacking the xterm color scheme
| > might be the way to go, but i haven't tried it yet ... turing up the heat
| > on those primary colors is what i'm aiming for :-)
| I see. Thanks you for sharing the screenshots. :)
| -- 
| Do not eat animals, respect them as you respect people.


for info .........

| > .... hacking the xterm color scheme
| > might be the way to go, but i haven't tried it yet

i added

xterm*color0: #000000
xterm*color8: #000000
xterm*color1: #7F0000
xterm*color9: #FF0000
xterm*color2: #007F00
xterm*color10: #00FF00
xterm*color3: #7F7F00
xterm*color11: #FFFF00
xterm*color4: #00007F
xterm*color12: #0000FF
xterm*color5: #7F007F
xterm*color13: #FF00FF
xterm*color6: #007F7F
xterm*color14: #00FFFF
xterm*color7: #7F7F7F
xterm*color15: #FFFFFF

to my .Xresources ... i attach a screenshot of the same area .......

much more readable now (much unneeded underlining now blue) though
the colours are quite different

interestingly, the NUMERICAL output of M-x list-colors-display
is the same, though the displayed hues look different on screen ;-/

FINAL QN: can you switch off underlining (of anything and everything)
in emacs? ... that would fix the blue issue above, and would be great
as far as i am concerned



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