>>>>> "APA" == Adrian Aichner <adrian(a)xemacs.org> writes:
APA> Joachim Schrod <jschrod(a)acm.org> writes:
>> ((t (:foreground "red3" :background "red3"))) t))
>> Nevertheless, the pointer doesn't get red. It has a black border and a
>> white inner area. This worked in 21.4 -- am I doing something wrong,
APA> This does NOT work for me in
APA> XEmacs 21.4 (patch 17) "Jumbo Shrimp" [Lucid] (i586-pc-win32) of Sat Feb 26 2005 on D5DC120J
Then it might only work in X? It works in
"XEmacs 21.4 (patch 15) \"Security Through Obscurity\" [Lucid] (i386-suse-linux, Mule) of Thu Oct 21 2004 on galerkin"
and also on Solaris, with a version that I don't have handy.
In fact, I use that setting unchanged since June 2000; I don't
remember the XEmacs version that I had then.
APA> Furthermore I found (by use of M-x list-faces-display), that
APA> M-x customize-face RET text-cursor RET
APA> gets me there, using the same XEmacs mentioned above.
Sorry, I don't understand that.
With customization of text-cursor one may change the color of the
rectangle that shows where point is. This works in 21.4 and 21.5.
APA> Does anyone know what the pointer face is for?
In 21.4, one can change the color of the mouse pointer with that face.
I think that's the one that's set with the specifier that's bound to
text-pointer-glyph and nontext-pointer-glyph. Come to think of that --
that variable is bound to
#<glyph (pointer) #<image-specifier global=(((x) . [cursor-font :data "xterm"]) ((tty) . [cursor-font :data "xterm"]) ((stream) . [cursor-font :data "xterm"])) fallback=((nil . [nothing])) 0x9d0>0x9cf>
Maybe I can change the color in that specifier?
I have not yet worked with image specifiers. Is that possible?
Joachim Schrod Email: jschrod(a)acm.org