>>O.K., I know that I did this once long, long ago ... it seems to me that
>>even when I did do it, it was by accident and I've never been able to do
>>it again. But once, I changed the colors that uniterm defaults to. Now
>With ancient versions of Uniterm, Uniterm would set itself, on startup,
>to whatever colour palette had been in use when you last saved the
>setup file. Don't know if this is still true, but worth a try.
>To check it, boot up with the control panel in place, and then run
>Uniterm. Hit 'help' to get to the help window, open the control panel
>DA, and set up whatever colours you want. Then close the control
>panel, and do a Uniterm 'Save Setup'. Might work...
>Paul Smee, Computing Service, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1UD, UK
THANKS Paul ...
I had been trying that because I thought that was how I did it before.
Nothing would work. I needed a kick in the *to get me to use my head
and your message did it.
You see, I had been calling Uniterm from NeoDesk.
It apparently holds the screen colors in a different place than the
Anyway, the trick is to use the original desk accessory to set the colors
instead of the NeoDesk one.
Once I did this everything saved out just fine. Now I can be perfectly
happy again ... weeeelllllllll....... maybe not perfectly ...
Michael A. Reiss |