>>>>> "Hrvoje" == Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic(a)srce.hr> writes:
Hrvoje> Glynn Clements <glynn(a)sensei.co.uk> writes:
>> XCreatePixmapCursor only accepts pixmaps of depth 1, so the cursor
>> can only have two colours (plus a mask).
Hrvoje> This is strange. How come this worked right under my old, 8bit
>> My guess (and it is just that) is that on an PseudoColor display,
>> the foreground and background colours would often be allocated
>> adjacent colourmap cells, resulting in one being odd and the other
>> being even, whilst on a DirectColor display, the values would be
Hrvoje> I'm not sure I can follow you, and I'm not strong on the X terminology
Hrvoje> either, so please bear with me. As far as I know, my old visual was
Hrvoje> 8bit PseudoColor, while my new visual is 16bit TrueColor (the latter
Hrvoje> is reported by xdpyinfo.) It continues to amaze me that on a
Hrvoje> TrueColor display XEmacs is unable to get the pointer drawn right.
Hrvoje> Can this really be right?
I'm with Hrvoje here. If I remember right (my linux box is dead right
now with a scrambled partition table), my 16-bit truecolor Linux
box shows the recycle icon with the fluorescent green. My 24-bit
truecolor Sun box shows it as a puke green. My only guess is the Sun's
openwin X11 server can't do the right thing. I'm running X11R6.3 on
the Sun with the openwin X11 server, and XFree 3.xx (Redhat 5.1) on my
It would bother me less if they were the same color, but they're not.