Mwm*keyboardFocusPolicy: pointer Mwm*frameBorderWidth: 3 Mwm*BoundaryWidth: 2 Mwm*showFeedback: resize Mwm*focusAutoRaise: True Mwm*autoRaiseDelay: 400 Mosaic*trackVisitedAnchors: True Mosaic*useGlobalHistory: False Mosaic*catchPriorAndNext: True Mosaic*homeDocument: http://www.cen.uiuc.edu/ Mosaic*imageBorders: False ! THIS is the quintessential XResource ! I like to tile my xterms two-across, at least. And I'm an old ! monochrome monitor junkie. Sue me, I grew up on an Apple ][ XTerm*font: 7x14 XTerm*scrollbar: True XTerm*background: Black XTerm*foreground: Green ! Configuring xlock XLock.mode: random ! Use iso compliant font. XLock.font: -adobe-new century schoolbook-medium-r-normal-*-*-300-*-*-*-*-*-* XLock.background: SteelBlue XLock.foreground: Black XLock.username: And you are? XLock.password: And your problem is? XLock.info: Which part of "bite me" don't you understand? XLock.validate: *clickety-click* XLock.invalid: Thank you. YOUR account has been deleted. ! xbuffy is a nifty version of xbiff that monitors multiple ! mailboxes & newsgroups, executes commands (like starting mail ! readers) by clicking, and bitchin' stuff like playing sounds when ! new mail is recieved. XBuffy.boxfile: .xbuffyrc XBuffy.geometry: -74-0 XBuffy.horizontal: True ! xdaliclock is a cool X-based clock. I like it when I can get it. xdaliclock.seconds: False xdaliclock.geometry: 70x64-0+0 xdaliclock.font: -adobe-helvetica-bold-*-*-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-* ! xload ignores all of all of the color information. It sucks that way. XLoad.highlight: Green XLoad.foreground: Green XLoad.background: Black XLoad.geometry: 70x70-0+64
X DEFAULTS This program uses the Athena Clock widget. It understands all of the core resource names and classes as well as: width (class Width) Specifies the width of the clock. The default for analog clocks is 164 pixels; the default for digital clocks is whatever is needed to hold the clock when displayed in the chosen font. height (class Height) Specifies the height of the clock. The default for analog clocks is 164 pixels; the default for digital clocks is whatever is needed to hold the clock when displayed in the chosen font. update (class Interval) Specifies the frequency in seconds at which the time should be redisplayed. foreground (class Foreground) Specifies the color for the tic marks. The default depends on whether reverseVideo is specified. If reverseVideo is specified the default is white, otherwise the default is black. hands (class Foreground) Specifies the color of the insides of the clock's hands. The default depends on whether reverseVideo is specified. If reverseVideo is specified the default is white, otherwise the default is black.
The "-merge" argument to xrdb merges your defaults with the system defaults, so don't worry about losing other defaults you might have "forgotten" to set.if [ -f $HOME/.Xdefaults ]; then xrdb -merge $HOME/.Xdefaults fi