[syslinux] Customized theme for Syslinux.cfg
ady-sf at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 20 20:04:07 PDT 2020
> My apologies, I am new to the syslinux forum! How did you get the arrows
> next to my message, did you add them manually?
That's how I configured my email program/client. Even web-based email
clients have such feature, in one way or another.
> 1_ Last message I was confirming the code to delete the border in
> syslinux.cfg worked, and I was looking for the code to change the tab
> dependent screen text color.
When reading the messages in the way you sent them, that's not 100%
clear. I'm glad you got it working as you want.
> 2_ I followed your instructions for code to change the tab dependent
> screen text color.
> I got it working with; MENU COLOR CMDLINE 37;40 #FF000000
> #00000000 NONE , this was what I needed, thanks!
Carefully reading usually helps. I'm glad you got it working as you
> 4_ which set of documents are you referring to, are you referring to
> only the syslinux wiki:
The Syslinux wiki contains more than 100 wiki pages. There are
additional sources of information, but the wiki should be a good
> 5_ I wanted to correct myself in the first email and I tried change up
> the way that I asked my question to make myself clearer.
When reading the messages in the way you sent them, that's not at all
clear. Next time, please just quote the relevant part of the text and
then explain the modification, for example with something like "Or
rather...", or something appropriate according to the situation.
> 6_ What is the Syslinux Mailing List public email address? I normally
> use: syslinux at syslinux.org<mailto:syslinux at syslinux.org> , is that
Once is enough, but yes, that's the email address.
> 7_ How do I avoid top-posting, I normally just reply to the last
You just avoided top-posting in your last reply, by writing the answers
_after_ the questions, not before/above them:
A: Because it fouls the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
Q: What is the most annoying thing in e-mail?
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