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Re: Colours gone

From: Richmond
Subject: Re: Colours gone
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:55:44 +0000
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.60 (gnu/linux)

Eric Abrahamsen <> writes:

> Richmond <> writes:
>> Emanuel Berg via info-gnus-english <> writes:
>>> Richmond wrote:
>>>> Maybe it has to be in the context of gnus running?
>>>> The link above was broken.
>>> Thanks for telling me, now the URL is fixed.
>>> The correct one should be:
>>>> But I found this, not sure what it is
>>>> telling me.
>>> That's something else, to see how the colors
>>> look when actually displayed.
>>> It sounds like you have it misconfigured
>>> somehow.
>>> You don't need anything on these URLs, they are
>>> just examples how it can look and what you
>>> can do.
>>> Just require everything, then set the faces,
>>> byte compile, correct warnings and
>>> errors, do it again, done. Easy.
>> I am afraid I am completely out of my depth. I don't know where these
>> faces came from. I see they are in the file .gnu-emacs, but I have never
>> edited that file.
> Looks like you're using this person's dotfiles:
> As for why you're doing that, no one else can tell you :)
> That's also the config that's doing automatic new-group subscription,
> from your earlier message. If I were you I would set this code aside and
> start your config from scratch. It's a bit of a pain to start with, but
> will result in fewer subsequent mysteries.

I think this may have come from OpenSUSE. At the top of the file it

Copyright 1993-2001 Werner Fink
Copyright (c) 1996-2001 SuSE Gmbh Nuernberg, Germany.
All rights reserved.

I never edit these files, neither .gnu-emacs or .gnu-emacs-custom, so I
don't know what is going on in there.

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