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! This is a sample .Xresources file.  The resources below are the
! actual resources used as defaults for XEmacs, although the
! form of these resources in the XEmacs app-defaults file is
! slightly different.
! 
! You can use the examples below as a basis for your own customizations:
! copy and modify any of the resources below into your own ~/.Xresources file.
! .Xresources specifies defaults for all applications, not just XEmacs; it is
! normally used to customize fonts, colors, and the like, while ~/.emacs is
! used to change other sorts of (XEmacs-specific) behavior.
! 
! In general, changes to your .Xresources file will not take effect until the
! next time you restart the window system.  To reload your resources
! explicitly, use the shell command
! 
! 	xrdb -load ~/.Xresources
! 
! The resources will take effect the next time you restart XEmacs.  (Simply
! creating a new xemacs frame is not enough - you must restart the editor
! for the changes to take effect.)
! 


! Colors and backgrounds.
! ======================
! The contrasts of these colors will cause them to map to the appropriate
! one of "black" or "white" on monochrome systems.
! 
! The valid color names on your system can be found by looking in the file
! `rgb.txt', usually found in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ or /usr/openwin/lib/X11/.

! Set the foreground and background colors of the `default' face.
! The default face colors are the base for most of the other faces'
! colors.  The default background is gray80, and the default foreground
! is black.
XEmacs.default.attributeBackground:	gray80
XEmacs.default.attributeForeground:	black

! Set the modeline colors.
XEmacs.modeline*attributeForeground:	Black
XEmacs.modeline*attributeBackground:	Gray75

! Set the color of the text cursor.
XEmacs.text-cursor*attributeBackground:	Red3

! If you want to set the color of the mouse pointer, do this:
! XEmacs.pointer*attributeForeground:	Black
! If you want to set the background of the mouse pointer, do this:
! XEmacs.pointer*attributeBackground:	White
! Note that by default, the pointer foreground and background are the same
! as the default face.

! Set the menubar colors.  This overrides the default foreground and
! background colors specified above.
XEmacs*menubar*Foreground:		Gray30
XEmacs*menubar*Background:		Gray75
! This is for buttons in the menubar.  
! Yellow would be better, but that would map to white on monochrome.
XEmacs*menubar.buttonForeground:		Blue
XEmacs*XlwMenu.selectColor:		ForestGreen
XEmacs*XmToggleButton.selectColor:	ForestGreen

! Specify the colors of popup menus.
XEmacs*popup*Foreground:			Black
XEmacs*popup*Background:			Gray75

! Specify the colors of the various sub-widgets of the dialog boxes.
XEmacs*dialog*Foreground:		Black
! #A5C0C1 is a shade of blue
XEmacs*dialog*Background:		#A5C0C1
! The following three are for Motif dialog boxes ...
XEmacs*dialog*XmTextField*Background:	WhiteSmoke
XEmacs*dialog*XmText*Background:		WhiteSmoke
XEmacs*dialog*XmList*Background:		WhiteSmoke
! While this one is for Athena dialog boxes.
XEmacs*dialog*Command*Background:	WhiteSmoke

! Athena dialog boxes are sometimes built with the Xaw3d
! variant of the Athena toolkit.
! XEmacs being nice to 8bit displays, it defaults to:
XEmacs*dialog*Command*beNiceToColormap:	true
! If you are shocked by the ugliness of the 3d rendition,
! you may want to set (even on 8bit displays) the above to false.

! Xlw Scrollbar colors
XEmacs*XlwScrollBar.Foreground:		Gray30
XEmacs*XlwScrollBar.Background:		Gray75
XEmacs*XmScrollBar.Foreground:		Gray30
XEmacs*XmScrollBar.Background:		Gray75

!
! The Lucid Scrollbar supports two added resources, SliderStyle is either
! "plain" (default) or "dimple".  Dimple puts a small dimple in the middle
! of the slider that depresses when the slider is clicked on.  ArrowPosition is
! either "opposite" (default) or "same".  Opposite puts the arrows at opposite
! of the scrollbar, same puts both arrows at the same end, like the Amiga.
!
! XEmacs*XlwScrollBar.SliderStyle:    dimple
! XEmacs*XlwScrollBar.ArrowPosition:  opposite


!
! If you want to turn off a toolbar, set its height or width to 0.
! The correct size value is not really arbitrary.  We only control it
! this way in order to avoid excess frame resizing when turning the
! toolbars on and off.
!
! To change the heights and widths of the toolbars:
!
! XEmacs.topToolBarHeight:		37
! XEmacs.bottomToolBarHeight:		0
! XEmacs.leftToolBarWidth:		0
! XEmacs.rightToolBarWidth:		0

XEmacs*topToolBarShadowColor:		Gray90
XEmacs*bottomToolBarShadowColor:		Gray40
XEmacs*backgroundToolBarColor:		Gray75
XEmacs*toolBarShadowThickness:		2


! If you want to turn off vertical scrollbars, or change the default
! pixel width of the vertical scrollbars, do it like this (0 width
! means no vertical scrollbars):
! 
! XEmacs.scrollBarWidth: 0
! 
! To change it for a particular frame, do this:
! 
! XEmacs*FRAME-NAME.scrollBarWidth: 0


! If you want to turn off horizontal scrollbars, or change the default
! pixel height of the horizontal scrollbars, do it like this (0 height
! means no horizontal scrollbars):
! 
! XEmacs.scrollBarHeight: 0
! 
! To change it for a particular frame, do this:
! 
! XEmacs*FRAME-NAME.scrollBarHeight: 0


! To dynamically change the labels used for menubar buttons...
! 
! XEmacs*XlwMenu.resourceLabels: True
! XEmacs*XlwMenu.newFrame.labelString: Open Another Window

! To have the Motif scrollbars on the left instead of the right, do this:
! 
! XEmacs*scrollBarPlacement: BOTTOM_LEFT
!
! To have the Athena scrollbars on the right, use `BOTTOM_RIGHT' instead

! To have Motif scrollbars act more like Xt scrollbars...
!
! XEmacs*XmScrollBar.translations: #override \n\
!     <Btn1Down>:     PageDownOrRight(0)    \n\
!     <Btn3Down>:     PageUpOrLeft(0)

! Fonts.
! ======
! XEmacs requires the use of XLFD (X Logical Font Description) format font
! names, which look like
! 
! 	*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-*-*
! 
! if you use any of the other, less strict font name formats, some of which
! look like
! 		lucidasanstypewriter-12
! and		fixed
! and		9x13
! 
! then XEmacs won't be able to guess the names of the bold and italic versions.
! All X fonts can be referred to via XLFD-style names, so you should use those
! forms.  See the man pages for X(1), xlsfonts(1), and xfontsel(1).


! The default font for the text area of XEmacs is chosen at run-time
! by lisp code which tries a number of different possibilities in order
! of preference.  If you wish to override it, use this:
! 
! XEmacs.default.attributeFont:  -*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*

! If you choose a font which does not have an italic version, you can specify
! some other font to use for it here:
! 
! XEmacs.italic.attributeFont:  -*-courier-medium-o-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
! 
! If you choose a font which does not have a bold-italic version,
! you can specify some other font to use for it here:
! 
! XEmacs.bold-italic.attributeFont:  -*-courier-bold-o-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
! 
! And here is how you would set the background color of the `highlight' face,
! but only on the screen named `debugger':
! 
! XEmacs*debugger.highlight.attributeBackground:		PaleTurquoise
! 
! See the NEWS file (C-h n) for a more complete description of the resource
! syntax of faces.


! Font of the modeline, menubar and pop-up menus.
! Note that the menubar resources do not use the `face' syntax, since they
! are X toolkit widgets and thus outside the domain of XEmacs proper.
! 
! When X Font Sets are enabled with ./configure --with-xfs (eg, for
! multilingual menubars and XIM), some .font resources (those specific to
! the Lucid widget set) are ignored in favor of .fontSet resources.
! Note that you need to use fontSet (or FontSet) in that case even if you
! want to specify one font:
!
! *menubar*FontSet:	-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
!
! There is no harm in having both resources set, except for the confusion
! you suffer.  Sorry; that's the price of backward compatibility.
!
*menubar*Font:		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
*popup*Font:		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
*menubar*FontSet:	-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*, \
			-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-120-*-iso10646-1, \
			-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-120-*-jisx0208.1983-0, \
			-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-120-*-jisx0201.1976-0
*popup*FontSet:		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*, \
			-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-120-*-iso10646-1, \
			-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-120-*-jisx0208.1983-0, \
			-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-120-*-jisx0201.1976-0

! Font in the Motif dialog boxes.
! (Motif uses `fontList' while most other things use `font' - if you don't
! know why you probably don't want to.)
! 
XEmacs*XmDialogShell*FontList:	-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
XEmacs*XmTextField*FontList:	-*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
XEmacs*XmText*FontList:		-*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
XEmacs*XmList*FontList:		-*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*

! Font in the Athena dialog boxes.
! I think 14-point looks nicer than 12-point.
! Some people use 12-point anyway because you get more text, but
! there's no purpose at all in doing this for dialog boxes.

XEmacs*Dialog*Font:		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-140-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*

! Dialog box translations.
! =======================

! This accelerator binds <return> in a dialog box to <activate> on button1
XEmacs*dialog*button1.accelerators:#override\
<KeyPress>Return: ArmAndActivate()\n\
<KeyPress>KP_Enter: ArmAndActivate()\n\
Ctrl<KeyPress>m: ArmAndActivate()\n

! Translations to make the TextField widget behave more like XEmacs
XEmacs*XmTextField.translations: #override\n\
	!<Key>osfBackSpace:	delete-previous-character()\n\
	!<Key>osfDelete:	delete-previous-character()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>h: 		delete-previous-character()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>d: 		delete-next-character()\n\
	!Meta<Key>osfDelete:	delete-previous-word()\n\
	!Meta<Key>osfBackSpace:	delete-previous-word()\n\
	!Meta<Key>d:		delete-next-word()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>k:		delete-to-end-of-line()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>g:		process-cancel()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>b:		backward-character()\n\
	!<Key>osfLeft:		backward-character()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>f:		forward-character()\n\
	!<Key>osfRight:		forward-character()\n\
	!Meta<Key>b:		backward-word()\n\
	!Meta<Key>osfLeft:	backward-word()\n\
	!Meta<Key>f:		forward-word()\n\
	!Meta<Key>osfRight:	forward-word()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>e:		end-of-line()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>a:		beginning-of-line()\n\
	!Ctrl<Key>w:		cut-clipboard()\n\
	!Meta<Key>w:		copy-clipboard()\n\
	<Btn2Up>:		copy-primary()\n

! With the XEmacs typeahead it's better to not have space be bound to
! ArmAndActivate() for buttons that appear in dialog boxes.  This is
! not 100% Motif compliant but the benefits far outweight the
! compliancy problem.  
XEmacs*dialog*XmPushButton.translations:#override\n\
    <Btn1Down>:         Arm()\n\
    <Btn1Down>,<Btn1Up>: Activate()\
			Disarm()\n\
    <Btn1Down>(2+):     MultiArm()\n\
    <Btn1Up>(2+):       MultiActivate()\n\
    <Btn1Up>:           Activate()\
		        Disarm()\n\
    <Key>osfSelect:  	ArmAndActivate()\n\
    <Key>osfActivate:   ArmAndActivate()\n\
    <Key>osfHelp:	Help()\n\
    ~Shift ~Meta ~Alt <Key>Return:	ArmAndActivate()\n\
    <EnterWindow>:      Enter()\n\
    <LeaveWindow>:      Leave()\n

! XIM input method style 
! ======================= 

! ximStyles is a (whitespace or comma-separated) list of XIMStyles in
! order of user's preference.  
! Choose a subset of the following styles or reorder to taste
XEmacs*ximStyles: XIMPreeditPosition|XIMStatusArea\
            XIMPreeditPosition|XIMStatusNothing\
            XIMPreeditPosition|XIMStatusNone\
            XIMPreeditNothing|XIMStatusArea\
            XIMPreeditNothing|XIMStatusNothing\
            XIMPreeditNothing|XIMStatusNone\
            XIMPreeditNone|XIMStatusArea\
            XIMPreeditNone|XIMStatusNothing\
            XIMPreeditNone|XIMStatusNone

! XIM Preedit and Status foreground and background
XEmacs*EmacsFrame.ximForeground: black
XEmacs*EmacsFrame.ximBackground: white

! XIM fontset (defaults to system fontset default)
! XEmacs*EmacsFrame.FontSet: -dt-interface user-medium-r-normal-s*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
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