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Re: Modify a font colour that has no colour name

From: Dan Sommers
Subject: Re: Modify a font colour that has no colour name
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2019 08:02:48 -0600
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On 12/2/19 7:35 AM, Perry Smith wrote:

On Dec 2, 2019, at 2:54 AM, Robert Pluim <> wrote:

On Sun, 1 Dec 2019 18:15:05 -0500, jonetsu <> said:

   jonetsu> Doing C-u C-x = on a org mode link shows the face that's used.
   jonetsu> Although the colour of the face turns out not to be a colour but a
   jonetsu> name, 'link'.  If a colour is put in this field, the links 
disappear so
   jonetsu> to say, and no colour is applied.  Is there a way to change the 
   jonetsu> of that face and is it possible to do it only for the links in org 
   jonetsu> (although I do not mind if all links everywhere are adopting the 
   jonetsu> colour) ?

Links in org-mode use the 'org-link' face, so you can just do 'M-x
customize-face org-link' and set the attributes you like.

Without digging into the code, is there a way to find this out (in the
general case)?

Do M-x customize-face, but don't press return; the prompt will
tell you which face you're about to customize, and then you can
press C-g.


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