Subject: Re: Cursor Colour -- Where is it set?
From: Martin Sevior (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Aug 12 2001 - 08:39:41 CDT
On Sun, 12 Aug 2001, David Chart wrote:
> On 12 Aug 2001 23:20:52 +1000, Martin Sevior wrote:
> > OK I understand now. Somehow your text colour got changed to "White". Use
> > either the toolbar colour picker or the font dialog to change the text
> > color to something sane.
> Makes no difference. Text in the document shows up black on white, as it
> should. (Or green, or puce, or whatever I pick.) The symbols are still
> > Sounds like the defaults in gtk are getting
> > totally screwed up. The "Insert Symbol" dialog just uses the default text
> > colour and on a white background without reference to the what the user
> > has set in the document.
> Now, that sounds like the cause. I have white-on-white text in various
> places in Evolution as well, and in the sorts of places where they would
> be picking it up from gtk.
> Where does gtk keep its default text colour?
Well in principle this should be defined through the gtk style, though I
can think of no reason why anyonewould change the default text to white.
This in turn is defined in .gtkrc in your home directory. I suggest you
fire up the control panel and try choosing a new style. I any case it
appears evolution is doing something really nasty to the gtk settings. Try
filing a bug against evolution.
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