2304Re: [jasspa] hi MicroEmacs Users and developers !!
- Mar 22, 2008Hey, if it's a console xterm type of window, then the transparent might
map to one of the ansi colors... anything displayed in that color comes
out as transparent...
If that's the case, then all you have to do is either map the right
color (for the scheme ME is using) in the xterm, or, map the right color
(the one for "transparent") in the ME scheme. You can use the scheme
editor, or edit a scheme manually. (I hacked a schemeXX.emf file
manually once, let me know if you want me to send it.) The ansi colors
(I think there are 16 combinations: 8 colors each in "bright" and
"normal" versions) are a subset of the available colors (8-bit rgb)
defined in the scheme file.
Hope this helps...
Jon Green wrote:
> Pablo Mercader Alcantara wrote:--
>> I feel very happy that a text editor like MicroEmacs exists, i love it
>> just like it is. But I had two little inconvinients using it, one is
>> the multi-byte files thing, and the other one is that i liked the
>> transparent background on linux consoles and it doesn't work with
>> micro emacs.
>> I already hear that the first one is very hard to solve, but what
>> about the second one transparent background on linux consoles, what do
>> i have to seek for ?? is there any place where i can change the color
>> maping ?? where is it ??.
>> i so that "Jeremy" wrote a message about this (#972) but no one aswered...
>> i sopose that i'll have to recompile it.
>> Thankyou guys !!!
> Hi Pablo,
> With respect to multi-byte, a few people have asked but there as been no
> real attempt to look at this in any detail. So this is one for the
> future if it really becomes necessary - for the time being then no.
> As for transparent backgrounds, you are referring to the console here,
> rather then the X-window. There is no code in here that supports the
> transparent background and will need a source code change.
> We are too busy at the moment to look at this, but if you are able to
> make the necessary changes in the termcap code then you could attempt to
> implement it yourself. I did look at it briefly about a year ago and
> felt that it would not be too difficult.
Thomas Hundt <tom@...>
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