kurt.offlineimap at granroth.com
Wed Apr 7 04:12:07 BST 2010
On 4/5/10 9:09 PM, Asheesh Laroia wrote:
>> +++ Curses.py 2010-04-05 08:25:51.000000000 -0700
>> --- Curses.py.orig 2010-04-05 08:25:12.000000000 -0700
>> @@ -436,8 +436,6 @@
>> s.hotkeys = 
>> for account in accounts:
>> accountwindow = curses.newwin(1, s.c.width, pos, 0)
>> + color = s.c.getpair(curses.COLOR_WHITE, curses.COLOR_BLACK) |\
>> + curses.A_BOLD
>> + accountwindow.bkgd(' ', color)
>> s.af[account].setwindow(accountwindow, acctkeys[index])
>> Tadah! That actually works. I can see the account status text (lead
>> str) finally!
>> I don't need those lines on an Ubuntu system, though. So why are they
>> needed on my OpenSUSE system?
> That one I have no feedback on.
What's notable is that I need the curses.A_BOLD or it still won't show
up. That implies that the normal white, this scenario, just won't show
up on my terminal. I thought that maybe it's just using the default
text color and since my default color is black, it didn't show up. But
no... I can change the terminal text color to whatever I want and it
still won't show up without the patch.
Can I take the lack of responses to mean that nobody else sees this?
Maybe nobody else uses OpenSUSE?
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