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Taras D wrote:
Hi everyone,I would suspect you installed the X Server functionality which in turn
installed the X Windows version of that program. To start xemacs without
it starting a new window use the "-nw' command line option (xemacs -nw).
You should be able to do this from the non-X cygwin terminal (the one
you refer to as the black windows)
Can anyone tell me why the following has occurred.
When I first installed cygwin, I pretty much just installed xemacs (no
emacs and a whole bunch of other stuff). Xemacs could be started from
the bash script (black background) with the command 'xemacs &'. It
would start in a new window with a white background.
Now that I have installed a whole bunch of other cygwin things:
1) I find I need to run startxwin.sh, then type 'xemacs &' in the
shell with a white background (no longer runs from the black
2) xemacs now starts with a grey bacground (?!)
How come this has changed? Is it a different version of xemacs?
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