Subject: Re: Harlequin HyperSpec
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: 1997/04/05
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* Bill Janssen
| Unfortunately, the copyright does not allow me to fix this problem
| without re-implementing Netscape to have user settings take preference
| over document settings.

well, I find colors completely useless, so I made a minor change to

! Normally, the user-specified colors and backgrounds will only be used when
! viewing documents which did not specify their own colors and backgrounds.
! If this resource is set to False, then the user-specified colors and
! backgrounds will always be used, regardless of the options specified in 
! the document itself.
*documentColorsHavePriority:		False

you may have to specify all the colors in the same file.  if you're under
the influence of Bill Gates, you may be out of luck.  I don't know or care.

of course, Netscape being a mass-market software vendor, this doesn't work
for <FONT COLOR="unreadable">...</FONT>.  but what could you expect?

I'm no longer young enough to know everything.