Thanks Frank,

I couldn't repair the damage - no matter how many changes and xrdb's I did
the results were always slightly different from waht I was hoping for... but
I noticed your xrm suggestion and that was perfect.

For the record, I just added -xrm 'xt5250*color1:yellow' to xt5250 and saved
it as 3 different files: yellow5250, blue5250 and green5250.

I know it's a long way round, but hopefully other people will have the
benefit of a HOWTO or FAQ explaining where xt5250 ends and xterm starts...

Thanks,

Brendan

On Thursday 23 August 2001 12:51, you wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 10:09:14AM +0100, Brendan Bispham wrote:
> > Got that working yesterday, but unfortunately got loads of other
> > intermittent problems. Some have disappeared but some remain.
> >
> > So this morning, I reinstalled xt5250 and started afresh:
> > The fieldexit no longer works (shows +), and worse the Fkeys dont work
> > (eg F3 shows 'OR', F4='OS'...)
>
> Keyboard mapping for xterm is also handled by X-resources. Because you
> changed the resource class name of xterm, the mapping is not read
> anymore. I didn't notice this, because I doubled my whole xt5250
> resources to xt5250-2 in order to test it, and all worked fine.
>
> Perhaps it's really easier to follow the already posted other aproach,
> using a separate resource file for colors and using xrdb to load it.
> But then, you have also to load a resource file with your old colors, if
> you want these.
>
> If You only want to change the background color, You can also
> change the copied xt5250 script, reverse the -name change and
> load a single resource with -xrm 'xt5250*color0: azure' instead.
>
> My english is not so good, so I hope, You understand, what I mean.
>
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