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X resources for keboard layout in ~/.Xresources

I am looking to define the keyboard layout in the ~/.Xresources file. I tried many variants such as: Xkb.layout: blah,blah Xkbgroup: ctrl_shift_toggle Xkboption.grp_led: scroll but ...
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Perl plugins don't work on my rxvt-unicode! [closed]

I wanted to add some features to my urxvt so I changed my .Xresources file. for the global effect of plugins I copied them all to /usr/lib/urxvt/perl. but still no multi tab, clickable link or ...
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Load X resources when KDE starts on Linux Mint

I previously was using MATE and XTerm always starts with a black background. I'm not sure why, but when I start XTerm in KDE, I get a white background. This is terrible for me so I want to change this ...
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.Xresources font names

Many references describing the manipulation of bitmap font face and size for xterm via the ~/.Xresources config file suggest the use of an entry like XTerm.VT100.font: ...
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Why do some letters or escape sequences not render correctly in urxvt?

With a special combination of shell (zsh w/ syntax hightlighting), terminal (urxvt) and configuration with Xresources, I noticed a strange issue with font rendering that only seems to occur with some ...
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Why whould xterm behave differently than x-terminal-emulator when it points to the same executable?

lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 14 Apr 19 14:36 /etc/alternatives/x-terminal-emulator -> /usr/bin/xterm Running it using these 2 calls: /usr/bin/xterm /etc/alternatives/x-terminal-emulator First ...
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configure xscreensaver through X resource database

I want to get rid of the xscreensaver config file in my home .xscreensaver. I read in man xscreensaver, that: Options to xscreensaver are stored in one of two places: in a .xscreensaver file in ...
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Is it correct to set the $TERM variable manually?

I set the $TERM variable adding the line XTerm*termName: xterm-256color to my .Xresources file. When I did it I didn't know what exactly that meant (I was following an online guide to change the look ...
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Unable to change xterm colors from .Xresources

I'm configuring the look of xterm modifying the .Xresources but I'm having some trouble changing the colors. I tried with XTerm*vt100.background: #000000 XTerm*vt100.foreground: ...
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Doubts about creating a .Xresources file.

I want to customize the look and feel of my xterm and have read that the way to do it is creating a .Xresources file and saving there the desired configuration. I've also learned that this file can ...
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My ~/.Xresources is disabling gtk antialiasing

When booting into my window manage (xmonad), gtk fonts are anti-aliased, but for some reason urxvt has problems with variable names in my ~/.Xdefaults (it fails to parse the variable names as colors ...
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How can I find the default (font) resource XTerm is using?

If I launch xterm with its default bitmap fonts and then select the 'Large' font from the 'VT Fonts' menu (via ctrl+right mouse), I get a very usable bitmap font with apparently good Japanese ...
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Facelifting XClock while using Xrender: A long and winding road

Basically, xclock is a great tool, and every basic X setup would have it "onboard". However, configuring xclock (analog) while keeping XRender active is definitely not for the faint of heart. In ...
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Running an xterm remotely with ssh -Y, defies the coloring I setup in .Xresources

The xterm seems to not read the colors I set in my ~/.Xresources file when I connect to a Linux PC remotely. Basically, if I'm sitting in front of my PC and I run an xterm from Xsession, the colors ...
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Xresources color settings

I'm using Gentoo with XMonad and set all the colors in .Xresources file. The problem is that for some apps setting *.background and *.foreground is not enough since they override the settings for some ...
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How to prevent a Qt/GTK app (Calibre) from using colors defined in .Xresources?

I have colors defined in .Xresources. They look lovely on urxvt, and utterly ghastly on Calibre. Calibre does not appear to have any way to disable or override those colors, so is there any way I can ...
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Xterm with Solarized only showing dark background without font colors

I am trying to get the Solarized color scheme for xterm, but have not had much success with it. I am running Debian 6 and downloaded the Xresources to ~/.Xresources. After loading the new settings ...
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What is `#override` in .Xresources?

I haven't used .Xresources much, but in the docs that I have looked over, from time to time I see mention of the #override command. Or modifier. Or whatever it is. That's the problem; I don't know ...