5.2.1, installed Mozilla -- X reverses background colors when
bill at wiliweld.com
Sat Oct 30 08:57:17 PDT 2004
At Sat, 30 Oct 2004 it looks like Matthew Seaman composed:
> This sounds to me as if you're simply using a display which isn't
> running at least 24bit colour depth. All that's happening is that
> Mozilla is installing its own colour map in the X server -- so when
> you move your mouse pointer into or out of the Mozilla window, your
> whole display switches from the default colour map to the Mozilla
> colour map or back again. ie. it's not a bug. It's a feature of
> your graphics setup.
I will go in and do some edits to my XF86Config file after backing
It's an integrated SiS, 32mb video chipset and I was also
wondering the command that best works like "lspci -v" on other Unix
variants. I wanted to get a more accurate output if the video
cards attributes as the FreeBSD operating sees it.
I did also try Netscape7 and it did the same thing. Only two
current browser perform normally without any changes and those
are: Opera and Konqueror
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