>Running Redhat 5.2. By default, my nxterms come up with black background
>and white letters. I want white background and black letters. I can start
>an nxterm with my desired colors by typing "nxterm -bg white -fg black &".
>How do I get that to be the default for every nxterm opened?
! ~/.Xresources - X resource preferences.
! You should ensure this is read by something like `xrdb $HOME/.Xdefaults'
! during X startup.
! For information about X resources and associated commands, see xrdb(1x),
! editres(1x), appres(1x), listres(1x).
! This file uses xrdb's capability of using cpp as a preprocesor.
! For documentation on cpp, see cpp(1) and the cpp info entry.
#define C_LIGHT White
! Very dark deep blue
#define C_DARK #00002F
! I prefer light on dark terminals.
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