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Re: [on-topic] Re: [SLUG] Netscape menu fonts (potato)
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- Subject: Re: [on-topic] Re: [SLUG] Netscape menu fonts (potato)
- From: Conrad Parker <conradp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed Jul 19 17:02:41 2000
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On Wed, Jul 19, 2000 at 04:41:34PM +1000, chesty wrote:
> For netscape look for 'Netscape.ad' somewhere on your box, for
> me its in /usr/local/netscape.
d'oh! of course, app-defaults!
most other programs store these in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/app-defaults
I recall some wierd Netscapey reasoning for Netscape's being elsewhere
last time I read its install docs (prolly about 3 years ago now :)
and, yes, you can hand-tweak the look and feel of such beautiful
programs as xclock, xload, and xedit (and some more modern
desktop-defiant proggies like xosview, gv, and xawtv).
For the logical extension to this line of thought, check out Ben
(which was the result of many a late linux party poring over
-> How Xtraordinary. Now, presumably for something like that,
you'd be using a very large number of Xresources.