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Re: [trinity-users] Undefined color: "WINDOW_FOREGROUND" and the old dot.trinity

From: "iadest@..." <iadest@...>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 11:39:19 +0200
Hello
Try to edit ~/.Xresourced adding:

*.WINDOW_FOREGROUND: black

Then execute command:

xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources

I had similar problems with Perl/Tk and *.BACKGROUND color. Maybe this
solution will work for Emacs too.
MCbx

A M <amm.priv2@...> napisaƂ(a):

> Hello,
> 
> I am happily using Trinity since a couple of years, and never had any
> insolvable issues with it. However, currently I am standing before a
> "blocker" confguration issue, and would higly appreciate some useful
> hint/help from the community.
> 
> This is what happens:
> 
> - I have installed a remote Centos 7 host eqipped with a complete
> Trinity 14.0.3-1.el7.x86_64 desktop. The desktop is being accessed
> via Freenx and, as this machine will also be used by people with
> French and German keyboards, the working keyboard switcher apllet
> present in the 14.03 distro seems to become a rellay indispensable
> feature.
> 
> - Everyrthing seemingly works well, the desktop looks beautiful, but
> very soon I discovered discovered that there is a couple off issues.
> In particular, I cannot start emacs on this machine, it ends up with
> this error: [ Undefined color: "WINDOW_FOREGROUND" ]. Atfter a bit of
> googling, it came out that this is a known
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> As well, I had an issue submittig a graphical app
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> I have a well-working Trinity desktop on Centos 6 with Trinity
> 3.5.13-15.1, and
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> Andy.
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