Martin Buchholz writes:
xwininfo on a netscape window:
Visual Class: TrueColor
xwininfo on a xemacs window:
Visual Class: PseudoColor
As a result, display of images in XEmacs is noticeably suboptimal.
How do we fix this?
Should we fix it? The user might have chosen an 8-bit display
for a reason. One reason, 24-bit displays have in the past been
noticably slower than 8-bit displays. So if we do this thing of
evil, will XEmacs scroll slower, display images slower, etc.?