[Gllug] Emacs open-new-frame problem.
nix at esperi.demon.co.uk
Fri Jun 29 21:50:48 UTC 2001
On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Rich Walker gibbered:
> Emacs, KDE, ...
Neither knows about the other, so they should get on famously :)
> Emacs configured (somehow) to have yellow default text, black
> background for it. Works in font-lock-mode.
OK. (The configuration is probably done via
(set-face-background 'default "Black")
(set-face-foreground 'default "Yellow")
but there are other ways, especially in XEmacs, which has a ludicrous
degree of (over-)configurability where faces are concerned).
> However, opening a new frame results in black background for quite a
> lot of text, and white background for the rest. Hugely annoying.
Ah, thank you RMS for `initial-frame-alist' versus
> Anyone got any ideas? I guess it's an inconsistency between the X
> resources and the .emacs, but I just can't face the necessary hours
> of poking it...
Not necessarily. In any case, this is easily resolvable.
Try (as a horrible kludge) sticking in
(setq default-frame-alist initial-frame-alist)
--- (disclaimer; at some point, they changed to plists in XEmacs, but I
can't remember if this happened before or after the Emacs/XEmacs split;
they may be default-frame-plist and initial-frame-plist in your Emacs.)
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