Thanks for the note -- I've been using KDE 4.1 for a while now and the only two bugs I encountered were disappearing icons in the systray (for which I've already found a patch in the bugtracker) and this one. I just switched from KDE 3.5.8 (having been scared by the reports about the stability of KDE 4.0) but my KDE 4.1 experience so far has been pretty painless. Kudos!
I have another question. About a year ago You set the COLORFGBG permanently into konsole so Vim and other programs can work properly. It's set to 15;0 no matter what scheme is used. Now, If I want to run mc -b with this setting it screws up completely the colors and the dialog boxes. The obvious thing would be unset this variable but the other programs won't work anymore. BUT If I set this to "lightgrey;black" instead of 15;0 the mc without color looks ok. IS it possible to change it permamently to "lightgray;black" instead of "15;0"?
COLORFGBG is set to either 15;0 or 0;15 depending on whether the color scheme has a light or dark background - which is currently a binary decision based on the average of the red, green and blue intensities. > BUT If I set this to > "lightgrey;black" instead of 15;0> the mc without color looks okPlease investigate fixing MC first. I tried 'mc -c' and 'mc -b' and couldn't see any difference with or without COLORFGBG set.
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