John Paul Wallington writes:
Uwe Brauer <oub(a)maraton.sim.ucm.es> writes:
> Hm it is more complicated.
> I configured and compiled again, this time with explicit
> --with-menubars=lucid (INSTALL says this is the default)
> Now when I do this as a normal user, or as root (using su and setenv display)
> then the menubar/tool bars look old plain gnu one.
Does M-x describe-installation reckon "Using Lucid scrollbars" ?
Yes it does
> When I log in as root with my own KDE session and start it,
> xemacs looks like using Lucid, I say it looks because of the
> greyscale, I had a close look and it is not Lucid, just gnu looking
> more grey.
Different X Resources ?
Nope it is the same,
So two things puzzle me, the fact of different greyscale and the fact
that Lucid looks so much like old plain GNU scrollbars/menubars. But
only on this modern Laptop with high resolution screen etc.