>>> "Berndl, Klaus" <klaus.berndl@...> seems to think that:
>>The lock is also used for speedbar, and matches it's color scheme. As
>>I put the images in there at your suggestion, feel free to patch the
>>images and let me know what you think looks good. It can be
>>challenging making it look right for white and black backgrounds.
>I will take a look and maybe do a first try to change images....
>the look of IDEA IntelliJ is IMHO very nice....
>>>But there is another bug(?). The protection-symbols will be displayed
>>>with images...well, but if i run my GNU Emacs 21.3 for Windwos without
>>>images-support then there are no images for the protections-symbols
>>>(ok), but also no ascii-protection-symbols (- + #) (not ok).
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>>That may be peculiar to the windows version of Emacs. Semantic is
>>now using the same image code as speedbar, which only displays images
>>if they are available. It works by inserting the text (-, +, *), and
>>then putting the image on top. That way when image sare not
>>supported, the characters are still there. Check the ezimage
>>variable to see if images were enabled on the broken platform.
>Hmm, your answer makes me supposing that you have misunderstood me.
>You said "That way when image sare not
>>supported, the characters are still there."
>This is the problem, because in my GNU Emacs 21.3 for Windows
>images are NOT supported but the characters (- + #) for
>the protection symbols aren't there too - If i have understand
>your answer right, the characters should be still there...but they aren't... So is this not a bug? IMO it is a bug...
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I was describing the difference between unix Emacs 20.x and unix Emacs
21.x. It either shows one or the other. My hypothesis which I cannot
test is that the Windows version of Emacs 21 which doesn't support
images may have a bug, or other feature I didn't expect which causes
ezimage to try and place an image, and make the text invisible even
though the image cannot be shown.
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